When facing the situation of choosing the right wedding dress for the biggest event of your life you are confronted with a lot of options, but the bridal magazines advice the brides-to-be to start first with the proportion since a dress is the one that may look great on the model you see in the photo and at the same time it may look never OK on you so long as the lines are wrong in regard to your own proportions. The beauty (and the luck I might add!) of the nowadays brides is that a many styles and designs are available to describe the entire variety of wedding gowns styles existing out there in the magic world of bridal fashion.
And this is because fashion designers started to create dresses that not only match the tall slim maids with the waist and curves of a mermaid but they offer also possibilities to customize the specific dress according to your body sizes and shapes with less costs than you would otherwise think of being charged. Beside the fact that you must know correctly the proportions of your body, you must learn about the styles of the wedding gowns that make a bride look fabulous in the most important day of her life. These styles come in five definitive styles, or better said the five styles that are the most spread in the bridal fashion are the most favored by the brides-to-be while shopping for the attire.
These formats define the following styles of a wedding gown: the A-line or Princess format defines a style that easily accommodates plenty of structural details, such as a separate bodice from skirt implying the usage of contrasting fabrics. This style is versatile and dramatic at the same time and is the one to be the most favored for almost all the body shapes managing to hide the undesired curves or roundness when they are not desired to be outlined or remarked. This is also the style that La Sposa wedding gowns have in their design with delicate addition of silk accessories – in the format of ethereal ruffles cascading down the length of the skirt – to wrap the overall aspect of the dress in elegant and unique look.
The next one is called the “empire” style which defines a raised waistline to begin right from under the bust allowing the rest of the dress to flow down to the border. This style is also fit for all the body shapes, but the most favored one is the body that has smaller bust accenting the neckline creating at the same time a nice definition of the overall aspect of the bride.
The column style is the one that wraps the body as in a sheath, in this way emphasizing all the curves of the body, therefore is more suitable for the figures that are lean allowing these ones to move easier than a body which has fuller shapes. The ball gown style is anotherone one used in La Sposa wedding gowns style with a richness of tulle ruffles that embellish the aspect of the skirt which is connected to a strapless bodice that has an addition of small tulle pleats to complement in a floating way the general look of a gown that makes you think of the sensitive and undulating Flamenco female dancers.11