Styles Of Wedding Dresses For The 2012/2013 Season

There are five main types of wedding gowns for you to choose from including; ballerina dress, A-line dress, mermaid dress, sheath dress, and empire waist dress. Brautkleid Berlin

Ballerina Dress

Also known as a full skirt or ball bridal gown, the ballerina dress is a classic and elegant choice. It is fitted on the upper half of the body and contains a full skirt on the bottom portion of the dress. The top is typically decorated with fancy beads, lace, and other embellishments. A special, airy fabric is usually used for the skirt portion to add layers and give more volume. Those with a pear-shaped, thin, petite, or hour glass body are more likely to stand out with a ballerina dress.

A-Line Dress

Like the ballerina gown, the A-line dress is also very elegant and classic. As its’ name hints, the A-line dress is designed in the form of the letter “A.” This dress is ideal for women with wider hips and waist because the gown has a slope waist that is followed by a skirt. The skirt flows away from the body, and therefore helps conceal any imperfections near the hip/waist area.

An A-line dress is perfect for just about anybody; it can make a person look slimmer, taller, and altogether more beautiful. Your natural glow on the day of the wedding is surely to be enhanced by the embroideries and delicate designs placed on the dress.

Mermaid Dress

Mermaid dresses are named after the mermaid-like shape they form. The mermaid dress is tight-fitting throughout most of the body (especially the top portion) and becomes wide from the knees down. Mermaid dresses are often confused for fish tail gowns; one main difference is that fish tail dresses end with a train trail, whereas mermaid gowns do not. When paired with bell-type sleeves and a more conservative neckline, the dress becomes even more admirable.

Women ready to show off their fit body will find the mermaid dress to be perfect. The dress compliments a woman’s natural curves, emphasizing the waist, bust, and hips. Those with a small waist or small bust size can benefit from this type of dress. It will enhance these physical aspects, making your bust appear larger, and giving you a curvy waist line. No matter how beautiful the dress may be, women with a bigger waist, petite body, and pear-shaped figure should avoid the mermaid gown.

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