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Here are some gowns that'll flatter your body type.
When choosing a wedding dress, prioritize finding a style that suits you. This is significantly more important than adhering to what a wedding dress is "supposed" to look like. It would help to make a list of things to consider, such as
If you're looking for a wedding dress that's unique and sultry without exposing too much of your décolletage—one that's elegant and bold without overstepping into the daring zone, you might want to consider going for an off-shoulder gown. It's one of the
They’ll hug your curves in all the right ways.
A mermaid-cut wedding dress is characterized through a form-fitting bodice that fans out towards the bottom of the skirt resembling a mermaid tale—hence the name. It is definitely on the sexier side of the wedding dress family, as the shape is made
Looking for a wedding dress with sleeves? Try these!
Sleeves in any form can make a bridal dress feel elegant, refined, and sophisticated. There’s surely a design for everyone, whether you’re a minimalist bride averse to frills and froufrou deets, a bohemian bride with a penchant for anything billowy, or a
For every kind of bride.
While Princess Diana’s wedding gown was all the buzz in 1981, you can’t honestly say you’re going to peg that for your own wedding, right? Fashion has shifted a lot since, and if you refuse to be a basic bride, then please
The bridal bliss continues as another designer brings us a collection of dresses fit for a fairytale wedding.
They say a woman's most prized dress is her wedding gown. It should capture her persona perfectly down to the very last bead sewn into it. Taking her signature mark of clean lines and elegant silhouettes, Vania Romoff breathes life into these
This is the first step to finding the wedding gown of your dreams.
To continue our month-long bridal special, we introduce to you to six of the most common bridal gown silhouettes any bride-to-be should know about. Before you move into the details like embellishments, slits, and fabric, the first step is always to know