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amazing dress? She knows what she envi- sions, but will that type and style look incredible on her?
The goal of reading this article is to become informed. Remember that you are the final critic when it comes to selecting your gown. Just because one style is not recommended for your particular figure doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try on this style at the boutique and decide for yourself.
When selecting the perfect wedding dress, deciding on the type of silhouette is a great place to start. This is the overall look of the gown, and most dresses can be categorized into the following three types of silhouettes.
Ball Gown
The ball gown is the traditional wedding dress shape. When you think of Cinderella
or Princess Diana on their wedding days, this is the style of dress they modeled. The fitted bodice, leading to the puffiest skirt known to mankind, characterizes this sil- houette. This style of dress will accommodate almost any bridal figure, although, it is not recommended for petite brides. Too much dress and not enough bride can lead to an overwhelming look that smaller women want to avoid.
The A-line gown is a beautiful shape that flatters all types of bridal figures. This silhouette is known for its slimming waist that flares out to a wider hemline. The remarkable feature of this gown is its adaptability. The A-line dress is suitable for the bride that plans an elaborate wedding and is also suitable for the bride that plans a more casual wedding day. While combining these excellent features, don’t be surprised if this silhouette becomes your favorite.
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