He finally announced your engagement and no matter how excited you are, a question keeps popping up in your mind – ‘what will I wear on our special day?’ You’ve had ideas in the days gone when you had that hour glass shape that would slide into any dress.
As fate would have it you’ve added a few pounds or have shed some weight, and cannot seem to picture a wedding dress that suits your shape. Well, if you are one of these brides- to- be, close your eyes, breathe in and relax – Gal Bridal has got you covered.
With a wide collection of wedding gown designs including those for the full figured bride, your wedding day journey just got better. Here is a guide to getting that wedding dress that suits your shape.
The Empire Line Gown
Think of a wedding dress with a raised waistline which sits just below the bust with the rest of it flowing all the way to the hem. While you may fancy the empire line wedding dress, you have to think through your choice before picking it.
With the fabric flowing over the hips and tummy area, this silhouette is perfect for brides with a pear shaped body. It is also suited for a bride with a smaller bust as it draws attention to the neckline as well as pregnant brides who do not necessarily wish to extremely show off the bulging bump.
A line Gown
With the resemblance of an A, this type of gown is one of the timeless classics that brides love. The simplicity of this wedding dress allows one to accentuate what they like and leave out what they might be too conscious about.
If you are one of those brides who would love to show off all those curves on your special day, think of getting a sheath wedding gown for your wedding. The wedding dress which tightly clings to all the contours of the body is best worn by lean figures.
The sheath wedding gown gives petite figures a more elongated look. However concealing what you’re uncomfortable with will be tricky. Gal bridal will help you figure what works for you.
A mermaid wedding gown will bring out your sexy side. The silhouette that clings to the body from the chest to the knee before flaring up all the way down is perfect for slender figures. However, if you are confident enough to show off your curves, there is nothing wrong with trying out this wonderful silhouette.