>>Bridal Silhouettes

    During you bridal appointment, one of the questions you'll be asked by the stylist is what types if the dress you'd like to wear. You might already have an idea of how you want you dress to look, but knowing exactly how to describe your dream gown will come in handy as you're working with the stylist to find the One. We designs various of styles for our brides. Here are some popular wedding dress sihouettes that you'll definitely want to know about.

    >Ball gown wedding dress

    If you are ever dreamed of having you own fairytale moment, then this is the silhouette for you. Ball gown are one of classic wedding dress sihouettes and will instantly give you the Cinderlla effect on the big day. A ball gown features a fitted bodice with a wide, full skirt, most often achieved by using crinoline of layers of tulle. Since the full skirt glides over your hips and lower torso, this silhouette is great for brides who want to cinch in their waist.

    >A-line wedding dress

    Aline skirt is named for the way it created an "A" shape on the body, flares out from the waist more than you'd see on a sheath gown. This sihouette is idea for all styles, wheather your wedding is bohemian, classic, beachy, or something is between.

    >Mermaid wedding dress

    The mermaid is know for being one of the most fliratious wedding dress silhouettes, since it's extremely fitted throughout the bodice, waist and hips. This sttention-grabbing silhouette flare out at the knees and is often paired with beading, rushing or ruffled shirts for added wow factors.

    >Sheath wedding dress

    The sheath wedding dress fits close to the body and falls straight to the floor below your hips, with a very mininal flare. The wedding dress silhouette is very easy to move around. Sheath wedding dresses are a flattering option for slim fighures and petite brides who don't want to be overpowered by their gowns.

    >Fit-to-flare wedding dress

    Brides who want to show off their figure without committing to the dramatic mermaid silhouette should consuder a fit-and-flare wedding dress instead. This-toned-down version still hugs your body through the chest and waist, while being a little more forgiving through the hip, derriere and thighs. The skirt flare out above the knee, giving you a little bit more freedom with your legs.