A Line Wedding Gowns
The A-Line wedding gowns suite most bodies that is mostly the reason why they are indeed one of the most popular wedding dresses designs. The main characteristics of an A-Line dress consist of the following: fitted bodice, natural, dropped or Empire waist line and full skirt.
The more traditional A-Line wedding gown features a long skirt with a chapel train; however, brides that are a little bit more playful and want a more chic and unconventional wedding gown can try out a short A-Line dress.
This type of a wedding gown, as I said in the beginning, is proper for all silhouettes. If you have a more rounded body, the A-Line dress can actually draw the attention to your bust and create a nice figure via the A line skirt that is capable of hiding the more problematic parts: hips and thighs.
Also, if you are a more petite lady, an A-Line wedding gown is, again, a good choice as it creates volume and curves and gives an illusion of a fuller and curvier silhouette. Another high point of this wedding dress style is that it has the capability of elongating your figure. A-Line dresses do not look all the same; you can choose a dress that has pleats or beadings on the waist line, which emphasizes even more that part of your body. You can choose simple bodices or embellished bodices; you also have to be careful at the type of the skirt you choose. If you are more petite, try to avoid fuller skirts and go for a more decent one as it can overwhelm you a little bit. You can choose a skirt that has almost a sculptural structure: with horizontal draping and other details. One of the best waist lines for a more rounded figure is the Empire one: it underlines the part of your body right under the bust and the flowing skirt that follows will offer you a beautiful silhouette.
Also, when choosing your wedding gown, you should take in account the fabrics out of which it is made: if you want a lighter and flowing material, you can go with charmeuse; if you want a more structured material, you can choose organza.11