Most plus size brides find it a challenge to pick out a wedding dress that is going to be complimentary.
Are you having a problem figuring out which wedding dress style will be best for you if you?
Have you come to find out that most bridal shops don't carry your size?
There is a way before going shopping to look for wedding dress designers who design plus size wedding dresses.
Bridal shops carry very few plus size wedding some may not have them at all.
So brides who are plus size have to try on gowns several sizes too small. They clip the back of the dress to fit the back and wrap a too small dress around them.
When you are a plus size bride, unfortunately, you don't have that choice. So what do you do to figure out which necklines and dress silhouettes will look best on you?
You start by doing research. Looking at your current wardrobe. You probably weren't expecting me to say that. Why start here?
Because likely you have tops, blouses and dresses in various necklines.
Identify which necklines and silhouette skirts look the best on you. Since a good focal point for all brides is to draw attention to your face. Pay particular attention to the neckline and bodice.
Think about it . . . Do you look best in a V-neck, sweetheart, off-the-shoulder, square, scoop, etc? Any neckline that is complimentary on you in your everyday wear . . . will most likely look good as neckline choices for a bridal gown.
Need some basic fashion guidelines for plus size brides? Based on your height-- here are some general guidelines for the most flattering necklines, bodice, sleeves, and skirt widths for brides who are shopping for plus size wedding gowns.
For brides 54 in general:
For brides 54 and 57:
For brides taller than 57:
These suggestions are not rules, just suggestions of styles to try. Some may work for you some may not.
Now let's take a look at the next page to see specific wedding dress styles to see what will be flattering for your body shape.
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