Finding a wedding dress while still considering your body figure is not that actually difficult, you will just need to choose wisely while thinking how you will highlight your best features while camouflaging those areas that you want to hide.
If you are on your way to searching your wedding dress, then here is a quick guide to help you look best for your big day. But keep in mind that these are just suggestions the final decision still depends on you and your style.
1. Wedding dresses that look for everyone includes an A-line silhouettes, Queen Anne necklines, tank or scoop necklines, and cap sleeves.
2. For brides with full hips, better go with an A-line silhouette since this will help in concealing your fuller hips. However, you should also avoid overly full skirts since this will let you look heavy and sheaths which would help in emphasizing your fuller hips.
3. For very slender brides you can go with ball gown silhouette, spaghetti straps, dropped waistlines, flared skirts, and low necklines which would also help in adding curves and enhancing the waistline especially for a ball gown silhouette.
4. For a bride who has thick-waist curve, better stay with empire silhouette since this will hide your thick waist. You should also avoid wearing a princess silhouette gown since this will draw the attention to your waist instead of taking the attention away from it.
5. For brides with full body figure a better type of wedding lunadress would be an A-line silhouettes, full skirts, basque waistlines, open necklines or V-neck, long sleeves to hide your chunky arms, and lots of detailing near the neckline to draw the attention away from the face. You should avoid wearing spaghetti straps wedding dress, open clingy fabrics, ruffles, tulle skirts, and poufy sleeves.
6. For a bride with an hour-glass figure, you can wear a sheath silhouette or a mermaid silhouette to help in emphasizing your curves, V necklines or a portrait necklines to emphasize the shoulders, or a strapless spring wedding gown. Better stay away from dresses that have too much beading and detailing, or full or ruffed gowns, high necklines, and pouf sleeves when it comes to dresses that you should avoid.
7. For petite brides, a good recommendation is to go for sheath silhouette or princess silhouette to make you appear taller. You could also try an empire waist gown, high neckline gowns or short sleeve or sleeveless type of wedding dresses that matches your bridal jewelry.