The Perfect Dress For Your Body Type

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The Perfect Dress For Your Body Type

23 May 2016
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Relationships & Family, Blog


If you have ever tried on a wedding gown and you felt that you weren't happy with how the dress looked, it may be that you are wearing the wrong type of wedding gown for your figure. There are different types of dresses that are perfect for every type of body.

Ball Gown

A ball gown is one of the best options for a wedding dress for those who have a more boyish figure. However, this isn't a good option for brides who have a petite body type because they will seem as if they have been swallowed up, given the size of the dress.

Mermaid Dress

If you have more of an hourglass shape, you will need a dress that will help you show off your curves. The mermaid dress is a great option because it hugs your body well. Do not wear a dress that has too many ruffles or tiers. The downside of the mermaid dress is that it is often found to be too constricting.

Toga

A toga is a good option if you are not that tall. The toga has an unbroken line that makes your frame look longer. This is not a recommended dress if you are pear-shaped. Otherwise, you will look very unbalanced.

A-Line Dress

An A-line is a dress that starts off narrow at the top and works its way out along the shape of the body, creating an A. The great thing about this type is that it is flattering for everyone. This is the type of wedding dress for brides who are not specifically looking for something sexy.

Trumpet Dress

The trumpet dress has a skirt that flares out at the knees toward the hem to create a trumpet. This is an ideal dress for brides who are curvier and want a dress that they will find easier to move in.

Scooped Neckline

A dress with a scooped neckline is ideal for brides who are more busty, but do not want to show too much cleavage. Brides who like strapless gowns should choose a gown that has a dip below the neckline, rather than one that simply goes across. Also, if you add fabric on the bodice that has a sheen to it, this can draw attention to the cleavage.

Of course, these are simply guidelines. In the end, what matters is how you feel about how you look in a particular dress. Bridal shop experts, like those in Bridal Elegance, can help as well.