A-line wedding dresses 2013

A‑line dress­es are ready to chal­lenge the exis­tence of ugly fig­ures! A mod­er­ate­ly puffy skirt, smooth­ly expand­ing down­wards, cre­at­ing the effect of a “glass”, which medieval ladies could not achieve using rigid corsets. But, as it turned out, you can be slim with­out bul­ly­ing your body, and the A‑shaped sil­hou­ette of the dress is a con­fir­ma­tion of this.

A‑line wedding dresses — features

The main fea­ture of the cut of such out­fits is that the nar­row top of the dress does not squeeze, but visu­al­ly stretch­es the fig­ure of the girl who put it on. Thanks to this cut, any fig­ure becomes like an “hour­glass” — the fab­ric hugs a high lush chest, nar­rows to the waist and then expands again more and more towards the bot­tom of the skirt, cre­at­ing a strong con­trast and sim­i­lar­i­ty to an “hour­glass”. Thanks to this, a girl with a prob­lem­at­ic fig­ure can also wear such an out­fit — the cut of the skirt will hide full hips and legs.

What out­fits of this style are the most rel­e­vant in the cur­rent sea­son?

  1. Lace wed­ding dress A‑silhouette. This is an out­fit for a real queen. Lace is an exquis­ite, airy, light and expen­sive mate­r­i­al. Del­i­cate lace blends per­fect­ly with the smooth cut of the A‑line dress and will add fem­i­nin­i­ty and sen­su­al­i­ty to the bride. Lace can cov­er both the entire dress and its indi­vid­ual ele­ments — for exam­ple, only a corset or a skirt.
  2. Wed­ding dress A‑silhouette, satin. This mate­r­i­al is heav­ier. It well empha­sizes the line of the sil­hou­ette and shines beau­ti­ful­ly in the sun. There­fore, it is more suit­able for more slen­der girls.
  3. Short A‑line dress. These pat­terns are much rar­er than the long ones. How­ev­er, this year they were extreme­ly pop­u­lar. They are suit­able for full girls, as they per­fect­ly hide over­ly lush hips. How­ev­er, they do not go well with under­sized young ladies, as they make them visu­al­ly even low­er.
See also
Witness at the wedding
Out­fit col­or

This year, in addi­tion to the tra­di­tion­al snow-white dress, an ivory A‑silhouette wed­ding dress has become increas­ing­ly pop­u­lar. This shade empha­sizes the grace of the fig­ure and is per­fect for both white-skinned brides and charm­ing dark-skinned women.