Choos­ing the right wed­ding dress is an art! You have to take into account the pecu­liar­i­ties of your appear­ance, the for­mal­i­ty of the cer­e­mo­ny, even the sea­son! In order to deter­mine the best mod­els of wed­ding dress­es from a huge vari­ety, you need to know which fig­ure they are best suit­ed for.

Models of wedding dresses for full

Among the styles for own­ers of appe­tiz­ing forms, one of the most suc­cess­ful is con­sid­ered to be an A‑line dress with an A‑line sil­hou­ette.

The mod­el of the wed­ding dress “fish” can also visu­al­ly elon­gate the fig­ure and bal­ance the pro­por­tions.

Greek-style out­fits with a high waist and a loose, flow­ing bot­tom will hide the tum­my and slight­ly plump hips. Such mod­els of wed­ding dress­es and for preg­nant women are well suit­ed.

In order to hide the extra cen­time­ters in the hips, you can also try mod­els of princess-type wed­ding dress­es with a fluffy skirt and a corset. Try to choose mod­els of wed­ding dress­es for full ones with ver­ti­cal cut lines in order to visu­al­ly stretch the lines of the body.

Models of wedding dresses for short

In this case, too long, lush and volu­mi­nous out­fits should be avoid­ed. The minia­ture young lady will sim­ply get lost in all this. Among the mod­els of wed­ding dress­es, pay atten­tion to those where ver­ti­cal lines pre­dom­i­nate. This applies to cut and fin­ish.

Mod­els of short wed­ding dress­es are the per­fect solu­tion. It can be fluffy skirts with a train, asym­met­ri­cal skirts or a fluffy tutu.

The best mod­els of wed­ding dress­es for short girls are in most cas­es fit­ted. Sheath dress, play­ful baby­doll or knee-length Greek dress.

See also
Wedding shoes for the bride - with heels, platform, wedges, red, blue and green

The top of the mod­els of wed­ding dress­es can be pre­sent­ed in the form of a corset, a beau­ti­ful neck­line, thin straps. Asym­met­ric straps remain fash­ion­able: one of them is dec­o­rat­ed with a scat­ter­ing of stones or flow­ers, the sec­ond com­plete­ly expos­es the shoul­der.