Styles of wedding dresses

Wedding dress with corset

For every girl, the wed­ding day is one of the most sig­nif­i­cant events in her life. There­fore, many of them begin to pre­pare for this day sev­er­al months in advance. And a spe­cial role in all the prepa­ra­tions of the girl is giv­en to the choice of a wed­ding dress.

To help the bride look grace­ful, fem­i­nine and sophis­ti­cat­ed on her wed­ding day, dress design­ers offer an up-to-date and com­fort­able option — a wed­ding dress with a corset.

The corset of a wed­ding dress will help tight­en the bel­ly and sides, lift the chest, giv­ing har­mo­ny and grace to any fig­ure. In addi­tion, it helps to keep your pos­ture and look grace­ful on this solemn day.

For girls who need to cor­rect their fig­ure, it is nec­es­sary to select a spe­cial slim­ming corset sev­er­al sizes small­er, which will help to make the sil­hou­ette slim­mer. For those who do not already have sig­nif­i­cant prob­lems with the fig­ure, the corset will only per­form a dec­o­ra­tive func­tion.

Some girls refuse the pro­posed options for dress­es with a corset due to incon­ve­nience. After all, you will need to spend the whole day in a wed­ding dress, and not every­one is ready to be in such a cramped posi­tion for a long time.

Oth­ers find this style of dress too open, which will make them feel awk­ward, which is absolute­ly unac­cept­able on the wed­ding day. There­fore, before buy­ing a dress with a corset, you need to try it on and check your feel­ings in such an out­fit.


The most pop­u­lar and favorite option for a wed­ding dress with a tight top is puffy dress­es. Indeed, for girls, the wed­ding day seems some­how mag­i­cal, and there­fore they them­selves want to look like princess­es from a fairy tale.

Lush dress­es come in two vari­eties:

  • sewn like ball gowns;
  • expand­ing down­wards, the so-called A‑shaped. This style of wed­ding dress is not suit­able for girls of short stature and with large vol­umes.
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Anoth­er attrac­tive mod­el of a wed­ding dress with a corset is the mer­maid dress. This style of dress is char­ac­ter­ized by a tight-fit­ting sil­hou­ette and the pres­ence of a fluffy skirt from the knee line. Such a dress is suit­able only for girls with a slim fig­ure, oth­er­wise the wed­ding dress will look extreme­ly slop­py on the bride.

Wed­ding dress­es dif­fer not only in style and puffi­ness of the skirt. The corset of the dress can also be made in sev­er­al ver­sions.

When choos­ing a wed­ding dress with a trans­par­ent corset, which is most often made of lace or embroi­dered mesh fab­ric, you need to pay atten­tion to the fact that such an out­fit does not look too reveal­ing or reveal flaws in the fig­ure.

A pre­lim­i­nary fit­ting will help you choose the right pat­tern on a trans­par­ent corset, which will advan­ta­geous­ly empha­size the girl’s fig­ure. Such a corset, embroi­dered with rhine­stones, pearls and stones, will make the image of the bride daz­zling in the lit­er­al and fig­u­ra­tive sense. Del­i­cate lace, in turn, will add fem­i­nin­i­ty and romance to the wed­ding dress.

The choice of an elon­gat­ed corset in a wed­ding dress will allow you to tight­en the fig­ure to a greater or less­er extent in cer­tain places, while cre­at­ing the per­fect sil­hou­ette.

The chest in such a corset visu­al­ly increas­es, and the hips and waist are well tight­ened. Such mod­els of a wed­ding dress with a corset to the hip will add grace and sophis­ti­ca­tion to the image of the bride. To empha­size the waist­line in a dress with an elon­gat­ed corset, a wide belt can be used. Such a corset looks great both in puffy wed­ding dress­es and in more tight-fit­ting mer­maid-type mod­els.

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An excel­lent design inven­tion was the mod­el of wed­ding dress­es, con­sist­ing sep­a­rate­ly of a corset and a skirt. On the bride, this set looks like a full dress. In such a wed­ding dress, the girl will feel much more com­fort­able dur­ing the cel­e­bra­tion, since the volu­mi­nous skirt will not weigh down the upper part and pull the yoke down.

Color solutions

Today you can find a wed­ding dress for every taste and col­or. The vari­ety of col­or schemes of the wed­ding dress is sim­ply amaz­ing. How­ev­er, the vast major­i­ty of girls, when choos­ing a wed­ding dress, pay trib­ute to tra­di­tions and buy a clas­sic white out­fit.

The his­to­ry of a snow-white wed­ding dress lies some­where in the dis­tant past, and no one can answer with accu­ra­cy what caused the choice of this par­tic­u­lar col­or. In the mod­ern world, a white wed­ding dress is asso­ci­at­ed with the inno­cence, per­fec­tion of the bride, the puri­ty and final­i­ty of her inten­tions in choos­ing a life part­ner.

The best solu­tion for those who opt­ed for a tra­di­tion­al wed­ding dress, but want to add orig­i­nal­i­ty to it, can be dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments of a dif­fer­ent col­or. It can be a tied belt, trim on the bot­tom of the dress or col­ored ele­ments on the corset. But in this case, the col­or scheme should be select­ed for the suit of the groom and the gen­er­al dec­o­ra­tion of the wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion.

How to lace up

Many brides, when choos­ing dress­es for a cel­e­bra­tion with a corset, are faced with the fact that they do not know how to lace it up cor­rect­ly.

First you need to choose the most con­ve­nient lac­ing option for your­self:

  • on hinges;
  • on slots;
  • on hooks.

To tie a wed­ding dress, satin rib­bons, silk braid or a spe­cial cot­ton cord are usu­al­ly used.

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A lot depends on how cor­rect­ly the corset will sit. If you tight­en it too much, then the bride will expe­ri­ence dis­com­fort through­out the cel­e­bra­tion and be con­stant­ly dis­tract­ed. An over­ly relaxed corset can fall off and, again, will bring a lot of incon­ve­nience to the main hero of the occa­sion.

You need to lace up the corset when the girl has already put the dress on her­self. That is why it is not pos­si­ble to lace up the corset on your own with­out out­side help. While tying the corset, the bride needs to hold her breasts with both hands so that it does not flat­ten dur­ing the tying process.

Corset lac­ing starts at the top, the rib­bon is insert­ed into the loops from top to bot­tom and crossed before the next loops. You need to make sure that the tape is not twist­ed, oth­er­wise the lac­ing will look slop­py. In order to fix the chest, you need to tight­en the knot at this lev­el of lac­ing. Then you can move on to lac­ing in the waist area, which is usu­al­ly pulled the most care­ful­ly.

After the tape has passed through the last loops, you can adjust the degree of tight­en­ing. To do this, you need to take both ends of the rib­bon in one hand, and gen­tly pull the rib­bon at the inter­sec­tion with the oth­er. If nec­es­sary, the pro­ce­dure can be repeat­ed sev­er­al times.

In addi­tion to the usu­al lac­ing, there are more mod­ern mod­els of dress­es with zip­pers. A corset with a zip­per can only be dec­o­ra­tive, since it does not tight­en and there­fore does not cor­rect the fig­ure.