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Top 5 Wedding Dress Styles

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Here is a simple silhouette guide to get you started on your wedding dress journey. Before we start think of your best features and keep them in mind while you look at these 5 silhouettes:

Ball gown: A traditional fitted bodice paired with a dramatic full skirt. It draws attention to the smallest point of your waistline.

Sheath: A slim cut that follows the body’s natural shape, it closely traces your body’s outline, while others drape a little straighter. Both are great choices for less formal or beach weddings.

Mermaid: It is slim through the bodice and hips before flaring out. This is a sophisticated dramatic look, brides  with more curves are able to pull off this dress wonderfully.

A-line: Trim on the top with a skirt that subtly widens gradually. This is perfect for slender brides that are neither top or bottom heavy.

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Short: Hemlines tea-length and higher. Elegant and contemporary, perfect for daytime or less formal ceremonies, or for anyone trying to make a statement.

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