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How To Have A Fantastic Fairytale Princess Dress Aesthetic With Minimal Spending.

If you love the Cinderella fairytale, you’ll know how important it is to have a fantastic wardrobe that embodies your regal character. This can be challenging, however, when your budget is tight and you don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars on a dress. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to get the look with minimal spending. First off, keep in mind that one or two different dresses will suffice for some stories: one for official events and another for a poofy night out on the town. If you’re planning more than two outfits (or three if it’s your honeymoon), then consider turning to thrifting stores instead of department stores. Fairytale princess dress aesthetic is quite popular, so there will be plenty of options that are used but still in great condition. This way, you get more looks in your wardrobe while keeping the spending low.

A thrift store can be a little overwhelming, especially if it’s new to you. If this is the case, then start small. Try just looking at a few racks of dresses and see what catches your eye. Make a few mental notes of things you like and keep them in mind when you go home to do some online research on those items.

How To Have A Fantastic Fairytale Princess Dress Aesthetic With Minimal Spending :

1. Look for a solid color dress.

Cinderella’s dress is dull in its original form; this is on purpose. It represents the uniformity of Cinderella’s life with her stepfamily and her duty as the household servant. Disney plays off this image when Cinderella returns from the ball only to be wearing a vibrant blue dress, signaling that she has been set free from her duties as a servant and that she will now live happily ever after in an elegant and refined manner with her Prince Charming.

This is why you should keep your color scheme simple when shopping for a princess dress. Stick with solid colors that stand the test of time and don’t vary much. Choose black, white, beige, brown and off-whites for your dresses to create a conservative look that’s classy and timeless. This will allow people to look at you in the 1980’s, in the 2000’s and way into the future without confusion or embarrassment.

2. Look for an item with a little bit of lace or embroidery on it.

Cinderella begins her life as a peasant girl who knows nothing of beauty or gracefulness. Most of her time is spent on tasks that are unpleasant and repetitive. Over time, she gains not only an understanding of extravagance but also the desire to be a part of it. Even though Cinderella isn’t blessed with a mother who will take her to the market or help her pick out new clothes, she still finds little ways to make herself feel fancy and elegant. If you look closely at Cinderella’s costume, you’ll notice that there’s some lace here and there; like on her sleeves and around the collar of her dress.

This is one of the places that you can create your own embellishment! You don’t have to go out of your way to add lace or embroidery to your dress, but it’s a nice touch that will make people pay attention to you. You don’t have to throw an extravagant amount of money on an item; a single lace trim on an inexpensive white dress will show people that you care about your look.

3. Look for a high waist dress.

A high waist is not only more flattering and less revealing than a low waist but also adds more sophistication and elegance to your look. High waists are usually made of silk or satin, so you can easily find one that’s well-kept and has a great color. By going into high waist dresses, you give off the impression that you intend to be taken seriously as a woman and not just a girl pretending to be a woman. High waist dresses are appropriate for weddings, parties and other formal occasions where you want to look your best.

4. Look for an item with sleeves.

A noblewoman’s rule is always to be dressed in what she deems appropriate for the venue; this includes high necklines and modest coverage on her arms. Your sleeves don’t have to be puffy or short; a long, flowy sleeve will create a feminine and regal image.

5. Go for quality when you can, but don’t break the bank.

You can go all out by buying handmade boots and accessories but you don’t want to sacrifice quality when you buy your dress. This is where thrift stores come in handy! You’ll be able to buy a high-quality, long sleeved gown with a high waist and elegant neckline that fits you perfectly without breaking the bank. Quality is important because quality lasts. You won’t have to worry about what people think of your appearance or how they’ll perceive you if they’re only focused on your clothing.

Aaron Finch
There are many labels that could be given to describe me, but one thing’s for certain: I am an entrepreneur with passion. Whether it's building websites and social media campaigns for new businesses or traveling the world on business trips - being entrepreneurs means constantly looking at yourself in a different light so as not get bored of your own success!