There is one shape that seems to be the considered the official shape of wedding dresses and this is the A-line style. Many brides even have the impression that all wedding dresses are cut with an A line shape. The truth is that when we imagine a bride, we see her wearing a lavish gown with a full skirt. This is the classic image of a bride, however, although things have changed a lot in this field. Nowadays our brides can choose from a wide array of styles – one more beautiful than the other.
There are five popular styles to consider when choosing a gown for the big day: the A-line, the mermaid style, the ball gown style, the empire waist and the sheath style. Not to mention of the multiple variations of style made by our designers for each of these models in part. The A-line wedding dress remains the most elegant and formal one. In our opinion, it is the emblem of a beautiful bride. All shapes are beautiful, but only one can fit your figure. You must learn more about your body shape and the gown style that flatters you at most!
Don’t be an ignorant bride who doesn’t even know what looks good on her! It’s cleverer to do your homework and note down the styles that fit and flatter your figure in a unique way. The more conscious of your natural beauty you are the easier you will be able to find the right gown! The A-line wedding dress has been considered the ideal dress for a wedding for many years. Even today our designers use this model for their creations. In some cases they manage to alter in a special way to suit different types of silhouettes and look different from the conservative style. We think the A-line wedding dress is just perfect.
There’s no wonder why it suits so many brides and body shapes! This style comes with a fitted bodice and an A-line shaped skirt. The tight bodice and the lavish flared skirt form a balanced pair. We like dresses that hug the waistline and flatter the bust. Those who have wide hips should consider an A-line gown for their wedding. This shape is ideal to conceal large hips or add more shape to those who have narrow hips. The full skirt that resembles the A letter can do wonders with different body shapes. The tight bodice is right for brides with a bigger bust. Those with smaller breasts can try a halter style to balance the look. But wearing a good bra can solve this problem. Full bust brides need more support in this area so they should go for a corset style.
Connect with Postolache Ana-Maria via: