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The Perfect Gown For Your Wedding Day

on May 17, 2012

Hi everyone! It’s a lovely morning today and I heard ringing wedding bells. Are you getting married or planning to? I know, wedding is a very important day to all ladies out there no matter how old we are. We wanted to make it the perfect day of our life. From wedding cake to our wedding gown! Most brides have their own dream wedding gown but to find the perfect wedding dress that fit you, it’s essential for you to understand your body shape and figure. With that, you will feel more comfortable, feeling more and looking beautiful that you ever expected.

Let’s take a look at the few common body figures and shapes: –

Pear Shaped – tried to look for dress that gradually flares out in a A line formation from the natural waist to the floor. This will highlight and narrow away your hips and tights. A gown that comes with a spaghetti strap bodice or a V neckline will help to showcase a more slimmer upper body. Do not look for trumpet or mermaid style as it will draw more attention to your bottom.


Busty – look for strapless gowns which has a slight dip along the neckline. A ball gown wedding dress will also help to hide a bit. Or you can choose A line silhouette which you will be looking great. Avoid spaghetti straps as it will make you look more heavier.


Apple Shaped – opt for a body that have a lots of texture like lace details. This will help you to camouflage and fit snugly which will create a corset-like effect. A deep V neckline will help to draw attention towards the vertical and not horizontal. Remember avoid trumpet dresses cause you do not want it to emphasize your widest and flares body part.


Small Chested – with additional fabric will help to fill up your upper body and create illusion for curves. Tried look for lightly padded halter styles as it will help to do the trick too. For small chested people, it would be nice it you could get yourself a self adhesive silicone bra as it will provide a nice boost as many wedding gown are strapless and backless.


Petite – best is to keep it simple. Trumpet, sheath and modify A line dress would be fine for you. Find a higher waistline dress style so that it will help to lower half of your dress. Then you will appear longer and taller. Another thing is try to find small details instead of huge bows. Avoid any gowns that are calf length as this will make your legs look shorter.


Tall – the main purpose here is to emphasize your natural height and shape. Look for a low waistline and floor sweeping hem. This will definately reflect your long proportion. Tried to avoid ruffles and rosettes. Simple and elegant is best suits you.


Straight Line – look for a ball gown that cinches your natural waist and descends a full flowing floor length dress. This will capitalize your slenderness and camouflage a lack of hips. Or maybe you can tried a sheath dress that will cut on the bias.


Plus Sized – an Empire dress that begins just right under your bust and flows gradually to a floor length A line. Ensure that it does not start from the chest which later it will resemble as maternity wear. Tried to look for fabrics like satin as it will provide structure rather than too flowy.


Now that you have known your figure and shape, I hope you will find the perfect wedding gown for your wedding day. Remember always wear the right undergarments when putting or trying on your wedding gown as it will effect the outcome as well. And don’t be to rush when trying your gown as you want them to fit well and being comfortable. If you have the budget, special taylor your wedding gown, you will be looking gorgeous and beauty.

Good Luck & Enjoy

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