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A classic bridal shape, the A-line elongates the body and can be cut slender and narrow or feature a wide hem. A flattering style for all shapes, it creates the illusion of being tall and slim.
Chic and cosmopolitan, a cocktail gown can be short and sweet or ballerina length, an unusual colour or just a non-traditional style. It is a contemporary alternative to a classic gown and a perfect option for a cocktail wedding.
Featuring a fitted bodice and a skirt that begins at the hip and drops to the floor, the drop-waist sits slightly below the natural waistline creating the illusion of a longer torso.
A romantic, ethereal and flattering style, an empire-line gown features high waistline that sits below the bust with a skirt that falls straight to the ground and accentuates most figures.
A mermaid shape articulates the curves of your body with a slim-fitting bodice combined with a skirt that flares out from the knee.
The elegant peplum silhouette was originally featured by Dior in the 1940s and is still turning heads today. The flattering design is a sweet little frill that extends from your waist to hips or just above.
Short or long, a ruffled dress is full, gathered shape that falls from the hips in ruffled folds of fabric. Inspired by the gowns of Spanish maidens, the ruffled dress is a great way to add volume to your dress.
Classy and elegant with a simple bodice and a skirt that is fitted at the hips and falls straight to the floor, the sheath is great for brides who want a minimalist, chic look.
Vintage-style wedding dresses are right on trend today, from 1950's ballgowns with tight-fitting bodices and full skirts to tea-length 1960s frocks. Look to lace, tulle, graceful silhouettes or a beaded 1920s inspired gown for a look that's traditional with a modern twist.
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