Wedding dress comes in many silhouettes. So how to choose the one that flatters your figure?
Here are usually six styles as follows:
Column: this style is straight and sleek, this often-strpless dress has no waistline.
Who it flatters: perfect for the petite and short waisted women, a column's continuous line adds height to a small frame. Curvy girls should steer clear of its slender shape.
Princess: a flared, vertically seamed skirt gives this dress a regal feel
Who it flatters: this styke looks fantastic on most figures, but pear-shaped girls benefit most from this dress, which hides fuller hips while balancing the torso.
A-line one: a fluid line gently flares from the underarm to the hem on this angular shape.
Who it flatters: anyone can wear an a-line dress, but it's an especially savvy choice for thick-waisted or voluptuous women who want to minimize their curves.
Mermaid: this sexy dress hugs the waist and hips, then flares from the knees.
Who it flatters: if you are tall, curvy, or long-waisted, an hourglass-shaped gown is a showstopping pick.
Ball gown: a close-fitted bodice meets a full,floor-length skirt in this formal bridal dress
Who it flatters: short-waisted and pear-shaped girls should choose this style.
Slipdress: super slinky, this lingerie look skims the body from the bustline to hem
Who it flatters: you need to be in amazing shape to rock this slim-fit cut.
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