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Wedding Dress Styles
A wedding dress can make or break a wedding. It is the focal point of the wedding as the bride walks down the aisle. A wedding dress is what all girls dream of wearing one day in the future and finding the perfect one can be a very difficult task. There are many different styles and types of wedding dresses that a bride can choose among. So much so that it can make your head spin. Popular wedding dress styles are always changing as fashion trends change. Therefore, a bride may find it difficult to choose a style that is right for them, but that is still within the newest trends. Below is a list of different wedding dress styles a bride has to choose from. All of these, you can find at the elite shop of Brisbane designers When Freddie met Lilly.
The Empire Style
The empire wedding dress is defined by a waistline that is raised and that sits a little below the bust. The rest of the dress then flows down from this waistline to the hem of the dress. The empire style is very versatile and as such can accommodate to any level of formal occasion. An example of an empire dress would be the Grecian Gown, a full silk gown with a plaited strap and ties that give the dress an amazing texture.
The A-line style
The A-line or princess dress has a shape fitted around the bodice and flows out to the ground. The shape resembled the outline of an uppercase A. The dress forms an unbroken line that flows from the bust to the hem.
The Column Style
The column style wedding dress has a shape that is narrow and flows straight down from the neckline to the hem. This style of dress hugs the body and accentuates all of your curves. The simplicity of this dress can be dressed up for more formal weddings by mixing various necklines and sleeve lengths.
The Ball Gown Style
If you are envisioning a wedding straight out of a fairy tale, then the ball gown style is what you have been envisioning. The shape is formed with a fitted bodice and a large skirt. The skirt of the dress can either be in one piece or in separate pieces. A large traditional wedding will suit this classic style wedding dress and it will sure to be a crowd pleaser. Fine the perfect ball gown style when you talk to the Brisbane designers at When Freddie met Lilly.
The Mermaid Style
The mermaid silhouette forms to the body from the chest to the knee, and then flairs out to the hem. This is a sexier option of wedding dress styles that shows off a woman’s curves and allows them to be confident and comfortable. It is a dramatic style that woman either love or hate. An example of a mermaid style gown is the Tallarah Gown, which is a sleek and simple fitted silk gown that has a soft tulle mermaid skirt.
What style of wedding dress a bride chooses can largely be dependent on the bride’s body type and the type of wedding. To find the perfect wedding gown, that suits you, stop by at When Freddie met Lilly in Brisbane today!