Fashion Definition: Explanation & description of tea length dresses, with examples of tea length wedding dresses
What is Tea Length?
dresses have a skirt that extends just past the knees, ending at about the middle of the calf. (This style is slightly shorter than Ballerina Length
Tea Length Wedding Dresses
Tea length wedding dresses are a shorter style, and thus, they are typically worn by brides planning a wedding with a more informal setting. (See "Formal Wedding Dresses vs. Informal Wedding Dresses
" for more information on informal wedding dresses.)
Tea length dresses are also used as a second dress, worn during or after the reception. For this purpose, tea length wedding dresses are a great option, giving the bride much more freedom to dance the night away!
A tea length wedding dress can easily be worn on upcoming anniversaries, without altering the skirt!
Informal Wedding Dresses
Destination Wedding Dresses
Destination weddings are intimate and romantic, and tea length wedding dresses provide the perfect balance between carefree-whimsy and dressed-up formality.
(For more information, see: Reception Dresses)
With a full skirt blooming with playful floral detailing, Mori Lee Bridal Gown 6716
is the perfect display of tea length reception dresses:
Tea Length Mother of the Bride Dresses
Tea length dresses provide the perfect blend of both modesty and ease of movement, making them a style beloved by mothers of brides and grooms.
Tea Length Bridesmaid Dresses
Tea length bridesmaid dresses can be as formal or informal as you'd like them to be, making them perfect for almost any setting!