It doesn't matter if it's the very first wedding dress you've tried on or the 25th: When you finally slip into that perfect gown, you just know that you've found the one. It can be exciting (and sometimes a bit of a relief) to know that the hunt for your wedding dress is finally over. Even so, two experts say there may be some benefit to trying on at least a few more gowns before you make your purchase.
Trust Your Gut
All of this is to say that you shouldn't force yourself to try on more wedding dresses if you're certain you know you've found the look you love. And if the idea of having too many options to choose from overwhelms you, then there's no harm in quitting while you're ahead. "There is way too much pressure on the gown buying decision," Greenberg explains. "It's just an outfit. If something makes you feel flawless and effortless, then that is your gown." Dress shopping should be fun and exciting, don't apply undue pressure if you don't have to. If you have found a dress that you love, and you don't feel like you need to try anything else on, then that's the right answer for you. "Go with your gut and you won't regret a thing."