One of the most significant days of your life is your wedding, and you deserve to feel and look your very best. Your ideal bridal style depends on finding the ideal wedding dress that accentuates your own attractiveness and flatters your body type. It’s simple to become confused with so many different styles, materials, and details to take into account. But don’t worry! You can look amazing as you make your way down the aisle thanks to our thorough guide to finding the best dress for your body type.
If you have an hourglass body, your waist is thinner in the middle and your bust and hips are about the same breadth. The secret is to draw attention to your waist and emphasize your curves.
The mermaid, trumpet, and fit-and-flare styles are wonderful selections since they draw attention to your natural contours. Fitted ballgowns and A-lines are also suitable.
Choose a dress with a clearly defined waistline, such as a belt or sash, to highlight your waist. Pictured above is Braga, within the Atelier line by WONÁ Concept, that represents an elegant mermaid style.
Shape of a Pear
Your hips are broader than your bust and your waist is well-defined if you have a pear-shaped physique. Your proportions should be balanced in order to highlight your upper body.
Ideal fashions: Ball gowns and a-lines are ideal since they emphasize your waist while hiding your hips. A dress with an empire waist can also look good.
To attract the eye upward, select a dress with elaborate bodice elements like beading, lace, or embroidery. You’ll see a beautiful ball gown in Rossana, within the All About Love line by Milla Nova.
Figure of an Apple
Your waist will be bigger than both your bust and hips if you have an apple-shaped form. The secret is to lengthen your frame and provide the appearance of a defined waist.
A-line dresses with empire waists are the best because they constrict just below the bust and give the waist a more defined appearance. Ball gowns can also be attractive because they balance the figure by adding bulk to the bottom half.
Detailing: To lengthen your upper body, think about wearing a V-neck or plunging neckline like Fresia from Personality 2023, by WONÁ Concept. Choose minimum waist details.
Your bust, waist, and hips will all be around the same size if you have a rectangle-shaped body. The objective is to define your waist and give the appearance of curves.
Perfect Dresses: Sheath gowns with waist embellishments can also be flattering, as you can see from Jazz, within Atelier by WONÁ Concept. Fitted ball gowns and A-line dresses with fitting bodices assist define curves.
To accentuate your waistline, choose a dress with a peplum, sash, or belt. Curves and visual interest can also be added by using textured fabrics and accessories.
The secret for tiny brides is to lengthen your body and stay away from overpowering your diminutive size with too much volume or intricacy.
Sheath, trumpet, and modified A-line gowns are good choices since they give off a longer, thinner form. A big ball gown can overwhelm your body, so stay away from them. One of our favorite trumpet dresses is Elena, in Olives, Greece, Love by Milla Nova.
In order to generate length, choose vertical accents like vertical lace or beading. Moreover, a V-neck or high neckline helps lengthen your body.
Tall brides should avoid trends that make them look excessively extended and should try to balance their height with proportional details.
Ideal fashions: Sheath, A-line, and ball gown dresses are all fantastic options since they emphasize proportion and balance. We’re looking forward to the much anticipated Calypso line by Milla Nova, as pictured below is a fantastic A-line dress in Zoraida.
Choose dresses with horizontal accents, such as a waistline or horizontal lace, to break up your look.