Dress Guide | Silhouette - Ball gown
Silhouette means the overall cut of a gown. It is one of the most important elements to focus on. Not only does it set the mood of the entire gown, the right silhouette also flatters brides’ figures.
Full skirt or known as ballerina dress. It usually goes with a fitted bodice and natural or dropped waistline that emphasizes a very full skirt.
Victoria ball gown with dedicatedly beaded bodice, featuring ruffles decorated train. (Wedding dress style no. WD 306)
Sweetheart ballerina ball gown featuring diagonal flanges dress and stunning cathedral train. (Wedding dress style no. WD 302)
Bateau Alencon lace ball gown with open back deisgn, featuring stunning cathedral train (Wedding dress style no. WD 310)
Sweetheart lace ball gown, featuring sparkling tulle underlay and floral shaped cathedral train. (Wedding dress style no. W 303)
Good for: Skinny – a full skirt adds curves and volume Tall – good for brides who don’t wish to emphasize their heights Thick waist – the full skirt helps to create a “slim-waistline” visual effect Full hip – can be hidden under the skirt
Bad for: Small chest - the tight bodice but wide skirt will tend to draw attention to a smaller bust. If you are also skinny, a ball gown with voluminous embellishment such as flower appliqués or fine pleats on chest fits you best. Tiny frame – the excess fabric can overwhelm tiny body
Other silhouette:- A-line http://goo.gl/asFfbk Fit-and-flare http://goo.gl/qYFE2W Mermaid http://goo.gl/GL1eaF Ballgown http://goo.gl/IgRvJX