Wedding dress and body shapes

A newspaper

(We Love Your Shape), said the man in his head that asked you to be his bride .

Lets begin with the shape of your ass, sometimes you have start with the thing you love or hate.   So women we all know our shapes.   Lets just say that we all want a body we don’t have.

 

When you begin the journey of trying on dresses try on a lot I mean a lot. Its fun first of all and you’re going to feel good about the one you’re going to know that its the dress you want .

 

Each shape has a its advantages and disadvantages , your job is to see the beautiful you and ignore what  you say to yourself at time ( we all do it) lets be nice to ourselves  looking in the mirror and you’re putting on a wedding dress smile feel pretty, because you are .

 

Lets break this down , we are all wanting to be better version of ourselves , but don’t beat the current you to pieces.

 

 

You are Beautiful , know that. you are !  Say it!  Out loud  ” I feel pretty oh so Pretty”  you know the song . Love  west side story.

Back to it , So these are the basic styles of wedding dresses but its your day  , just don’t wear pants please.

 

If it fits it ships

 

 

 

So you’re a rectangle congrats , now they call us straight-lined .

“I just want curves”   So you thats what you shall get . A dress that will create curves where you don’t have them. Try a sheath wedding dress in a wispy charmeuse that’s cut at an angle; the curving side seam will give you a sexy silhouette. a High waist ball gown that cinches in at your natural waist and descends into a full, flowing floor-length skirt: It will capitalize on your slenderness and camouflage a lack of hips.

Keep in mind: If you have a small bust, look for a bodice with some ruching to create volume.  a good push up can go a long way.

Ball Gown Wedding Dress

 

 

If You’re Apple-Shaped

Look for: A dress that cinches in at the smallest point on the waistline, then flares out into a gradual A shape. Opt for a bodice with a lot of texture to it―think ruche or lace detailing―that will camouflage and fit snugly, creating a corset like effect. The most slenderizing neckline for you is one with a deep V, which will draw eyes toward the vertical, not the horizontal.

Keep in mind: Avoid trumpet wedding dress styles, which emphasize the area where your body is widest and flare out at the legs and the knees, where you are most slender.

 

 

If You’re Pear-Shaped

Look for: A skirt that gradually flares out in an A formation from the natural waist to the floor, highlighting the narrowness of the midsection and floating away from the hips and thighs. (Sturdier fabrics, such as duchesse satin and taffeta, are especially effective, since they won’t cling.) A spaghetti-strap bodice or a V neckline will also showcase a more slender upper body.

Keep in mind: A classic A-line silhouette lends itself to formal weddings, but it can also be dressed down when made from a more casual fabric, like eyelet lace or raw-silk shantung.

 

 

 

Hourglass

You have a big chest, big hips, and a thin waist (that is, curves in all the right places).

  • Wedding Dress Dos: An A-line wedding dress with a dropped waist will show off your figure; pair it with a sweetheart neckline to show off your chest. Or for something a little more curvaceous, try a fit-and-flare gown like a mermaid or trumpet style
  • Wedding Dress Don’ts: A ball gown or Empire-waist silhouette may make you look disproportioned.

 

Hourglass Mermaid/ Trumpet Natural Sweetheart Wedding DressHandmade Flower(s) Sheath/ Column Hourglass Wedding Dress

 

 

 

Now we have talked about the dress take a moment and think about whats going under the dress, get sexy own your body.  don’t be shy  be excited and do it right , There is something for every shape out there. Don’t get discouraged and remember to be singing ” I am pretty o so pretty ”

I am definitely wearing this under my dress!!! Hot

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