How to choose a wedding dress

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Wedding gown shopping can seem overwhelming at first, but doing your research to know what styles, and terminology, to ask for when you walk through the door for that first appointment helps. Here's a quick and easy guide to breakdown the various wedding gown silhouettes, and which body types are ideal for each style.
A-line wedding dress
A-Line: Slightly more flowy than a ball gown, A-lines have fitted bodices through the waist and cascade out towards the ground, resembling the outline of an uppercase "A." Ideal for all body types.
Trumpet/Fit-and-Flare dress
Literally "fit-and-flare:" fitted through the body and flairs out mid-thigh. This cut is between a modified a-line and a mermaid cut. Ideal for brides looking to accentuate a small waist. Think: hourglass figures and petites.
Mermaid wedding dress
Mermaid: Sleek and sexy. Fitted on the body from the chest to the knee, then flares out close to the knee. Ideal for brides looking to show off their curves.
Sheath/Column wedding dress
Sheath/Column: A narrow shape that flows straight down from the neckline to the hem. Ideal for lean frames, and athletic body types. Also great for hourglasses who are looking to flaunt their curves!
Tea-length wedding dress
Tea-length: a short-cut wedding dress that fit for the girls which have the long legs and love jumping
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