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Dress Guide | Silhouette - Asymmetrical

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.

Asymmetrical Known as one shoulder design, i.e. one side of shoulder is being covered while collarbone on the other side of shoulder is being exposed.

Rose red with Asymmetrical deisgn, 3D floral bodice with tulle dress. (Evening dress style no. ED 1098)

Champaigne gold with Asymmetrical deisgn, strapped bodice with multi-layered tulle dress. (Evening dress style no. ED 2036)

Asymmetrical A-line dress with black French Chantilly lace. . (Evening dress style no. ED 9050)

Good for: The asymmetrical cut brings attention to collarbone, shoulder and arms and is good style if these are your best features.

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

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