Albina Wedding Gowns
A bride’s wish is a combination of wanting to be elegant and dressed appropriate for the event type- formal or not-, to put value on the body shapes, to come with a pattern not to simple, not too decked out as to fall into the cheesy category afterward.
From this fear of not becoming ridiculous as to choose a too daring bridal look, with deep cut at the cleavage, with split skirt part until high at the leg and so on most of the brides prefer the simple decent pattern, with accent on the embellishments. In this way, Albina wedding gown is your proper answer.
First of all, to clarify your thoughts Albina wedding gown is a dress style part of the Pronovias collection. Its look shadows the fact that it is kind of a common pattern: A-line dress, lace used as fabric, strapless corset with sweetheart neckline, chapel train in folds. It has no waist part marked- it just follows the tight line until the middle way and then continues with slightly larger part. As accessory added this dress combines with a long veil, longer than the train of the dress, with the selvage embroidery style. It can be easily confused with a mermaid cut and so many brides take it as a too risky style to be chosen. Why? Because it accentuates especially the silhouette, with its tight line. But Albina style is an A-line dress and so it can have a wide range of possible brides to wear it.
The inconvenient may appear to those that need to create a balance in proportions, between hips and shoulders and they should not choose the uncovered top part, as well as in the case of petite brides: with the train added, with the no waist line marked properly and plus such a log veil the impression created may be the one of an even shorter bride.11