Lauren Conrad wedding gown tips

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Lauren Conrad claims there are three simple tips for buying a wedding dress.

The former The Hills star has wedding fever after announcing her engagement to fiancé William Tell in October.

She’s now sharing her dress tips with the readers of her blog and warns buying the gown can be harder than expected.

“Every little girl dreams about what she’ll look like in her wedding dress. But when it comes time to actually shop for gowns, it’s easy to feel lost in the racks upon racks upon racks of white dresses,” Lauren posted on her website laurenconrad.com.

When it comes to selecting your perfect dress, Lauren advises baring three tips in minds; don’t knock it till you try it, find the kindest cut for your figure and always bring a trusted advisor.

And by 'trusted advisor', 28-year-old Lauren doesn’t mean drag along all of your close girlfriends and cram them into a dressing room.

Instead keep your entourage limited and take someone whose opinion you value.

“If you’re anything like I am, then you probably had a vision of what your wedding dress would look like long before you got engaged. But when it comes time to actually try on dresses, you might be surprised by what ends up striking your fancy.

“I always imagined myself in an elegant ball gown with lots and lots of tulle. But just for fun I decided to try on some sleeker, more sophisticated gowns when I was dress shopping. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked the sleeker dresses,” she revealed.

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