Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Choose the perfect #Wedding Dress for your Special Day!

Many women dream of their perfect wedding from the time they're little girls, and it's likely that no other wedding detail is more fantasized about than the wedding gown. It's the symbol of that big day and shining moment. The idea of being princess for a day is appealing, and you're likely very excited about shopping for your dream dress. Consider these wedding dress silhouettes that are flattering for plus size frames to help guide your shopping experience.

Empire Waist
The empire waist dress is a popular choice because it looks fabulous on nearly any body type. The waistline on this dress is high, falling just below the breast, and the dress flows freely below that. It skims the body in a way that is feminine and flowing, but not frumpy.

The A-line is another silhouette that is flattering to most women. This style tends to elongate the torso, and its flowing drape at the hips provide the illusion of a small waist. One of the biggest advantages to this style is that it lends itself to any type of fabric, so it can be a good choice for a wedding in any season and can be easily personalized to fit any bride's personal tastes.

The mermaid silhouette hugs the body tightly and flares at the bottom. It can really show off your curves and be quite flattering. However, this cut isn't for every body. Plus size gals who are short or bottom heavy may want to look into something a bit less form fitting, but most tall ladies can pull this one off stunningly. If you've got it, flaunt it!

A sheath is another form-fitting dress. It is straight and curve-hugging throughout, and many plus size ladies may fear they can't pull it off. Show off your sexy side by giving this silhouette a shot. With the right body shaping undergarments and a heavier fabric, the sheath dress can truly enhance your feminine form.

The princess dress is one of the most widely known and timeless designs in wedding gowns. Its benefits include flaring at the hips to hide any perceived imperfections and create the illusion of a smaller waistline. This gown is lovely in a light, free-flowing fabric and is often seen in warm weather weddings.

There are few limitations in wedding gowns for plus size brides. You can choose from any silhouette or designer including Da Vinci, Alfred Angelo or Mori Lee plus size wedding dresses

Enjoy your shopping experience!

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