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Guide to Wedding Dress Silhouettes

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guide to wedding dress silhouettes

Beginning the search for your dream wedding dress? We’re here to teach you the basics so you feel confident + prepared for your bridal appointment! Keep scrolling to view the different kinds of wedding dress silhouettes, as well as a few of our favorite styles for each one! Be sure to screenshot your favorite for inspo at your bridal appointment!

A-Line: An a-line wedding dress has a fitted bodice through natural waist and gently flares from waistline to hem.

Guide to wedding dress silhouettes
Willowby by Watters Drizzle

Ball Gown: A ball gown wedding dress features a fitted bodice and a dramatic flare at the waist with a very full skirt!

Guide to wedding dress silhouettes
Calla Blanche Keeya

Mermaid: Mermaid wedding dresses flare at or below the knee, which creates a dramatic + daring silhouette.

Guide to wedding dress silhouettes
Alyne Maelie

Sheath: A sheath gown boasts a snug fit and contours the body from head-to-toe, without any dramatic flares.

Guide to wedding dress silhouettes
Ines Di Santo Nera

Trumpet: The key trait that makes a trumpet differ from a mermaid is the skirt! Trumpet wedding dresses begin to flare at the thigh to elongate the legs. This also gives a bit of a more subtle flare than the mermaid silhouette shown above!

Guide to wedding dress silhouettes
Jenny Yoo Loretta

Now that you know the basics, you’re ready to start shopping for your wedding dress! We’ll have you try on each silhouette at your bridal appointment, so if you’re not exactly sure what you’re looking for, we’ll help you narrow it down!

Tap the button below to view upcoming availability + secure your bridal appointment!

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