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Find Your Perfect Wedding Gown/ Prom Dress

Type 1. Apple Shape: Body has a large frame where your bottom and hips are full as well as your torso and you have little waist definition.

 

Apple Shape Wedding Gowns

 

Our Recommendations.

Necklines: Flatting Necklines --- Strapless, Sweetheart

Silhouette: Empire, Ball Gown

Tips: Create an elongating silhouette with high waistlines and a skirt that flows away from the body. A fitted bodice with corset back will also create a proportioned silhouette.

 

Type 2. Hourglass Shape:Your shoulders and hips are about the same width and you have a well-defined waist

 

Hourglass Body Shape Wedding Guide

 

Our Recommendations.

Necklines: One Shoulder, Strapless, Scoop

Silhouette: Sheath, A-Line, Ball Gown, Dropped Waistline, Mermaid

Tips: Take advantage of your defined waist, playing up an embellished style in bridal gown design. Fitted gowns will also show off your curvy figure. The best way to accentuate your natural beauty with an hourglass body type is to make sure the gown hugs your smaller body parts.

 

Type 3. Inverted Triangle Shape:You have broad shoulders and your hips are slightly narrower than your shoulders

 

inverted triangle shape wedding dress guide

Our Recommendations.

Necklines: Halter, Strapless, One Shoulder

Silhouette: Sheath, Empire, Ball Gown, A-Line

Tips: Do not cover your shoulders! Covering your shoulders may make them look wider than they actually are. Show them off! Skirts with texture and fullness also balance out your upper half.

 

Type 4. Pear Shape:The bottom half of your body, hips, thighs, and bottom, are larger than your upper half

 

Pear Shape Wedding Dresses Guide

Our Recommendations.

Necklines:  Strapless necklines,Halter necklines with a circular collar

Silhouette: Empire, Ball Gown, A-Line

Tips: You can enhance your upper half with the appropriate bridal gown design. To achieve a more proportioned look, you could also add depth to your upper half by wearing a sort of sleeve and skirt that loosely flows into your lower half to flatter your feminine figure.

 

Type 5. Rectangle Shape:Your shoulders and hips are about the same width and there is not a lot of waist definition

 

Rectangle Shape wedding dress guide

Our Recommendations.

Necklines:  Portrait neckline or the Strapless neckline

Silhouette: Sheath, Empire, A-Line, Ball Gown and Mermaid

Tips: An empire waist will successfully help you to define the waist well.Additionally, when there is finely crafted beaded detail around the waistline, or a lovely, colored sash in the choice color to coordinate with your bridal party colors around the waist, this will also help you to achieve the desired look to flatter your figure.You can also play up your bodice with asymmetrical pleating or lace appliques and this vice-versa with the skirt of your wedding dress as well.

 

Type 6. Small Bust:The bottom half of your body, hips, thighs, and bottom, are larger than your upper half

 

wedding dresses guide for small bust bride

Our Recommendations.

Neckline: Bateau, Jewel or Sweetheart neckline

Silhouette: Empire, Ball Gown, A-Line

Tips: Choose a rouched or embellished bodice to create the illusion of a fuller bust line. Add shape to your body as well by wearing a fitted bodice.

 

Type 7. Large Bust:The bottom half of your body, hips, thighs, and bottom, are larger than your upper half

 

wedding dress guide for large bust bride

Our Recommendations.

Neckline: Square necklines, V-Neck styles and Off the Shoulder

Silhouette: Ball Gown, A-Line

Tips: If you would like to de-emphasize your large bust to balance out the rest of your body’s shape, you would opt for a more open neckline that will draw the attention upward.