What Style Suits Me
A - Line Style
An A-Line style dress is a fitted bodice shape with an A-line skirt. It hugs the waist, so it flatters slim waistlines while making the most of the bust. If you have wider hips, the A-Line will also cover them up effectively. If you have a fuller figure, you may choose not to have a dress which hugs the form quite so closely. The tighter bodice will tend to draw attention to a smaller bust.
Column style dresses have a straight weft and vertical seams. They hug the figure and look great on tall, willowy women with perfect figures. It will give you that catwalk look! The unbroken line will also work well for a more petite figure. It does sit quite close to the body, so if you have fuller hips, this will tend to emphasize them.
This is another fairytale look. Starting the waistline beneath the bust works well for smaller busts, and the long line makes petite brides look taller. It adds height and balances a smaller bust. The Empire line with an A-line skirt will also do a marvellous job at concealing wider hips. For the ultimate romantic style, this one won't let you down.
The mermaid style contours to the body from the chest to the knee, then flares out to the hem. It is a close fitting form for brides that want to emphasize their curves and create a truly stunning silhouette. This daring design is best worn by slender figures, both short and tall. If you are on the voluptuous side and want to accentuate your curves, then this may also be the perfect dress for you.
If you have a slim-hipped figure and a full bust, the Ballgown Style shape (also known as Full Skirt or Ballerina) will balance top and bottom perfectly, giving you that "fairytale bride" look. This style is generally thought of as one of the most romantic shapes.