Plus size bridal gowns come in an array of styles. But which style will flatter your figure? Which styles should you avoid?
These style details have been found by fashion experts to compliment plus size women.
You most likely want a dress that will not add width or weight to your figure. You want something that will be slimming to you.
The basic wedding dress silhouettes that work on most plus size figures are the princess wedding gown style, and the a- line wedding dress style.
Asymmetrical front details on plus size bridal gowns, work wonders for slimming the figure. It directs a persons focal point away from your trouble areas.
"All of the plus size brides I have worked with have all liked the way this style instantly shapes and slims their figures!"
The empire style wedding dress is also good if you dont have a prominent bust since this style focuses attention on the bust. This style is good for camouflaging a thick waist and is good for the short bride who wants to appear taller.
The sheath wedding dress will work on figures that are balance and have a defined waist. The mermaid style can work on your figure if you have the height, have balanced proportions, have a defined waistline and just a little full figured.
Next you want to determine which overall gown silhouette will enhance your figure. Knowing your body shape type will help you identify which styles of plus size bridal gowns will emphasis the positive while de-emphasizing the negative.
Most women fall in to these classifications-- click on the links below for more information.
There are two other shape types for plus size women, which are the apple shape or square shape.
What are the best styles of plus size wedding gowns for these shapes? The apple and square shapes are best dressed in an a-line and princess line silhouettes.
The empire waist wedding dress style will work also if there is enough fullness to hide the waist and stomach areas. If you have a protruding stomach, this style can hide or call attention to it. It depends on the fabrics used and the placement of the raised waistline seam.
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