Monday, October 10, 2011

Style of Wedding Gowns

Know the basic styles of wedding dresses before you start shopping is necessary.
The empire wedding dress is another versatile cut, fitting for most body shapes, lighter fabrics such as silk, chiffon or lace best complement the flowing form of the empire dress.This style flatters brides with small busts and big hips because it highlights the bust and waist while concealing the hips.
2.A-Line Gowns
The dress is fitted at the bodice and then flows out to the hemline on the ground. A-Line Gowns also can known as Princess Gowns, the princess or A-line dress is one of the most popular choices among brides because of its flattering cut that resembles the capital letter A.
3.Ball Gown
A favorite for fairy tale-themed weddings, the ball gown reminds wedding guests of Cinderella and royal princesses. Ballgown wedding dresses usually feature a fitted bodice and full, puffy skirt. Often ornate in design, these dresses create a mood of classic fairytale romance, with a fitted bodice and a large, full, circular skirt that is most appropriate for a formal wedding.
4.Mermaid Dresses
The mermaid style dress works at both a casual beach wedding and a formal country club affair. The dress fits snug against the body from the chest to the knee and then flares out to the hem in a triangular shape with a small train.
5.Sheath/Column Dresses
Sheath dresses, also called column dresses, fit the body tightly and may be knee-length or floor-length. the column dress can also feature a softer, more floating skirt and is best suited to a bride with a "smooth outline" because the dress fits so closely. The tight fit of the column dress can restrict the bride's movement