When preparing for a wedding, one of the significant factors to look into is of course, the wedding dress. In choosing her wedding dress, the bride has to keep in mind that a perfect or good fit and style will surely make her stunning.
One common style is the hourglass which has a tight waist, a bursting middle and a defined top. The bride has an option whether to have it fully embroidered or just leave it plain. To emphasize her sexy body, the bride with large bust, full hips and thin waist should opt this style of wedding dress.
The A-line cut of wedding dress is considered a very classic design. Since the dress appears like the letter ‘A’, hence it’s name the A-line cut. The skirt is flaring with a sloping waist and tapering top. This style best suits a bride with a figure that has more bulk on the waist and hips.
Another design or shape is the mermaid wedding dress that mimics a mermaid’s tail. A distinguishing feature of this dress is that it has a narrow top which flares out down the knees. An evolution of the mermaid dress is the fishtail wedding dress that has the same shape although its train is longer. If the bride has small bust and waist, this design is appropriate. Because the overall line of this type of dress distinct, it gives a taller appearance to small-figured women.
Also closely fitting is the sheath wedding dress that specifically has a hem stopping before the knees. To show off the sexy figure of a woman but not showing too much detail, simple materials are often used to produce this type of dress. This is a good choice of dress style to place emphasis on long legs and slender hips.
A historical, well-loved style is the empire-waist dress which is designed to fit around the bust line tightly and from there the dress falls straight. This type of wedding dress is great for women who have small busts and less perfect hips. Brides who want their breasts to appear larger should wear this dress because of the effect given by the dividing line of the fabric and this type of wedding dress also gives a thinner appearance for the figure.
Instead of the usual black evening dress, this white dress is called the column or straight cut dress. Since this type of dress has a shape which similar to dresses that a lot of brides have worn already, it makes them more at ease to wear it. However, if the dress is designed using soft or thin fabric, it can show bumps or lumps because there is no underskirt. If the wedding is not too informal, the bride with an appropriate figure can wear this dress beautifully.
Another design is the gathered skirt which has pleats and folds at the waist or hip level or at the meeting of the skirt and bodice. Fairy tale princesses wear this type of dress. Wearing this kind of dress is apt for tall and slim young brides because their hips become emphasized thus giving a little smaller appearance as an effect of the skirt’s volume.