Ti Adora - STYLE 7958 LANDEN
1. Avoid ballgowns with heavy fabric, this can overwhelm your smaller frame.
2. Elongate your torso with a natural-waisted dress like an A-line or fit-and-flare gown.
3. A V-neck style will add length and draw the eye to your face.
Calla Blanche - 16109 Nadine
1. Play up your height with a high neck and long sleeves on your wedding gown.
2. To downplay your height, stay clear of empire waists and opt for ball gowns with low waists.
3. If you have slender arms, look at sleeveless and strapless necklines that shift attention to your upper body.
Calla Blanche - 16127 Paulette
1. A-line or ballgown silhouettes look best on pear-shaped figures!
2. Try an embellished or detailed bodice to accentuate your chest and waistline.
3. Try adding a belt that draws attention to your small waist.
Rebecca Ingram - Daphne Lynette
1. Go for a corset wedding gown that accents and flatters your natural curves.
2. For a ballgown, try a structured bodice and full skirt to keep the flattering shape of your curves.
3. Stick with a sweetheart neckline to complement your feminine shape.
1. If you’re a bride-to-be with strong shoulders, opt for a v-neck bridal gown.
2. Try an A-line dress with a flowing skirt and enhanced waistline.
3. Show off toned arms with a halter top or strapless style.
NOTE: Please keep in mind, there are exceptions to every rule. The most important thing is that you feel comfortable and happy in whichever style you choose!
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Credit: (Calla Blanche, Maggie Sottero,Rebecca Ingram, Madison James, Ti Adora)