It is very crucial for you to identify the most flattering shape for your figure when it comes to selecting a wedding dress for your big day. This will not only ensure that your looks on your wedding day turns out to be stunning but also that you feel more comfortable. This page briefly outlines the descriptions that will act as a guide to assess your body type before choosing your perfect wedding dressing. This outline provides you with the dos and donts for each body type.
If you are one of those ladies with big hips, big chests, as well as thin waists then consider the following recommendations:
Wedding Dress Dos: the best wedding dress that will show off your figure perfectly is an A-line wedding dress that comes with a dropped waist. You can wear it with a sweetheart neckline to display your chest in an ideal manner. Alternatively, you can consider something that is a bit curvaceous such as a fit-and-flare gown(trumpet or mermaid style can do better)
Wedding Dress Don’ts: never even think of put on a ball gown or Empire-waist silhouette; it may mess your figure up and make you appear disproportioned.
In case you have a naturally proportioned body then you have an advantage of maintaining your body shape and figure even if your weight fluctuates between the time of purchasing the wedding dress and the wedding day. This simplifies things for you because you can purchase the dress anytime and keep until the wedding day without any issues arising.
Wedding Dress Dos: try a Princess-line silhouette with a portrait or halter neckline, this will help in elongating your figure.
Wedding Dress Don’ts: you can try any other dress apart from a sheath; it might exaggerate your short waist.
Your figure is almost same as the one described above but with an undefined waist and with a straight line from your shoulders to your hips.
Wedding Dress Dos: the ideal dress for you is the Empire-waist wedding dress; this dress is good at giving a long and lean appearance to figures like yours.
Wedding Dress Don’ts: the worst is for you to put on a Princess-line or Basque waist-it will draw a lot of attention to your middle.
If your figure is heavy at the bottom and small at the top just like a pear, then consider the following:
Wedding Dress Dos: A strapless ball gown or a Basque waist will be more suitable for your figure.
Wedding Dress Don’ts: consider avoiding a sheath, frankly, mermaid, and trumpet sty gowns.