wedding ball gown

Regard­less of how a girl looks in every­day life, on the wed­ding day she is trans­formed, becomes more fem­i­nine and tru­ly charm­ing. This hap­pens due to the spe­cial mag­i­cal mood on this excep­tion­al day, as well as due to the bride’s dress. They say that it suits absolute­ly every woman, dec­o­rates her and makes her a princess. Espe­cial­ly if it’s a clas­sic out­fit — a ball gown or a mod­el with an A sil­hou­ette.

Features of a wedding ball gown

The main dif­fer­ences of this bride’s attire are as fol­lows:

  • fluffy and very volu­mi­nous skirt;
  • under­lined waist­line;
  • corset;
  • open shoul­ders.

The skirt is sewn from light­weight fab­rics that fall in waves and form and hold pleats and pleats well. Most often it is organ­za or silk. This out­fit is impos­si­ble with­out a pet­ti­coat, because with­out it the desired sil­hou­ette will not work. It is this detail of the dress hid­den from pry­ing eyes that gives it the very splen­dor for which this mod­el is pri­mar­i­ly val­ued.

The corset is dec­o­rat­ed with:

  • lace;
  • beads;
  • rhine­stones;
  • sewing with gold or sil­ver threads.

Clas­sics are thin straps or their absence. But asym­met­ric mod­els also look great, which bring indi­vid­u­al­i­ty and a spe­cial, unique style to the image of the bride.

This is a win-win option for almost any fig­ure: the skirt hides pos­si­ble extra vol­umes on the hips, or, con­verse­ly, boy­ish­ly angu­lar lines. The corset col­lects the whole image: lifts the chest, nar­rows the waist. Visu­al­ly, the bride in such a dress looks much slim­mer. It looks like an airy weight­less cloud or a mir­a­cle of pas­try crafts­man­ship — a light cake. The look is com­ple­ment­ed by appro­pri­ate acces­sories: both a veil and a dia­dem are per­fect. High heels are required. The hair­style should also be in har­mo­ny with the cho­sen image. The ide­al option is a neat styling of curls col­lect­ed at the crown or back of the head, that is, one that grace­ful­ly opens the neck and shoul­ders.

See also
Wedding hairstyles of the stars

The only prob­lem that a princess-style wed­ding dress will not elim­i­nate, but, on the con­trary, will only empha­size even more, is the girl’s short stature. In this case, it is bet­ter to aban­don such a style so as not to look ridicu­lous. Too fluffy skirt with small stature should be absolute­ly exclud­ed from the wardrobe, espe­cial­ly for such an impor­tant event as a wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny.

The subtleties of A‑line wedding dresses

Such an out­fit is not infe­ri­or to the ball­room in beau­ty and fem­i­nin­i­ty, it also hides cer­tain fig­ure flaws. In addi­tion, it suits girls of any height: each in such dec­o­ra­tion will look sophis­ti­cat­ed, ele­gant and incred­i­bly cute and ele­gant. This is a big plus of this mod­el, mak­ing it very pop­u­lar among many brides. Such wed­ding dress­es are called A sil­hou­ette, or in the West­ern man­ner A line, because they resem­ble the let­ter A in their appear­ance: nar­row at the top, grad­u­al­ly expand­ing down­wards. These mod­els are not too demand­ing on acces­sories: as a rule, the most sim­ple and con­cise ones will look best with such an out­fit. Heels, fash­ion­able hair­style, dis­creet jew­el­ry — this is what will com­ple­ment the image, make it tru­ly com­plete and stun­ning.

The dress is sewn from a dense and heavy enough fab­ric so that its inter­est­ing trape­zoidal shape is per­fect­ly kept through­out the hol­i­day. It is also embroi­dered with beads or rhine­stones, gold and sil­ver threads, embroi­dery, and lace are also appro­pri­ate. Satin rib­bon bows at the waist line look great.