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How to choose the right wedding dress

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If you are self conscious about your body shape here are some tips to help you choose the right wedding dress for your special day.

If you are planning on getting married, one of the most important points that you need to consider is the style of wedding dress that you are going to wear. Making the right choice generally comes down to selecting a dress that complements your body shape, but how do you know where to start? Here, we will explore some of the most common styles and who they have been designed to suit.


This style of dress is ideal for those who are self-conscious about any weight they are carrying in their 'middle.' This is because this style flows down from the shoulders to a flared skirt creating an A-shape.

Ball Gown

If you are self-conscious about weight in your thighs and hips, the ball gown style is one that is becoming increasingly popular. This style, which used to be reserved for formal parties, has now been adapted into a fantastic form of wedding dress.


With a raised waistline that runs just below the bust, this style of dress is ideal for those who are self-conscious about their breast size. This is because the location of the waistline helps support them.


If you are worried about your height, the sheath is the ideal type of wedding dress. This dress makes any bride look much taller because of the length of the lines.

Remember, before you take the time to go and visit a wedding dress store, it is important that you at least have an idea of what you want. You may also want to take into account wedding outfits for both mother of the bride and groom as well while you are there. While the idea of wedding dress shopping may sound fantastic, the reality is that if you have tried on 24 dresses, and you're still no closer to a decision it can start to get rather depressing!

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