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A wedding is a great time for families to come together. It makes sense, then, that for many brides an inherited wedding dress can be a beautiful thing. You’re wearing a dress steeped in family history down the aisle, all to start your own chapter in the story! However, not every bride-to-be will immediately fall in love with the wedding dress passed down from a previous generation; because fashion evolves and tastes differ, you may end up with a wedding dress you just don’t want to wear!

We all know that jeans are the ultimate item of clothing – they’re comfortable, go with everything and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. That is, if they fit well. We’ve all been there before – bought what we thought was the perfect pair of jeans in our regular size, only to try them on at home and be presented with a huge gap at the waist, an awkwardly long hem or an unflattering baggy leg.

When it comes to dresses, the key is how it fits. Dresses we buy from high-street shops are made to standard US sizes, categories we do not all fit in to. It is common that we go shopping for a dress and find one size fits in some areas and not the others, which can be extremely frustrating when you thought you had found the perfect outfit.