Fashion has decided, women with curves are back to life. At last free from the canons set for decades by walkways, the wedding dress sector seems to have focused on the patterns suitable for curvy women.
Whatever its physicality, every future spouse has the right to shine on the day of their wedding. And those with more curves, in particular, can now wear even the dresses of the Wedding Couture.
Here is some advice to choose the right wedding dress for curvy women …
The curvy women know it very well: the soft silhouette has nothing to envy to that filiform, just choose the right outfit, which can enhance a body with more generous curves.
Curvy women, in particular, should choose soft fabrics, such as silk, chiffon and georgette. Yes lace and lace, but only for some detail. Instead, do not recommend taffeta and tulle dresses, which are more suitable for slim brides, looking for greater volume.
Do not focus on what you consider your faults, but about the merits. If you do not like your arms, choose a dress with wide sleeves (short or long) or a cover, perhaps highlighting the decolleté. If you think your breasts are too prosperous, point to a V neckline, more discreet, using the intimacy that supports it properly.
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Who told her that curvy women can not wear a corset? Of course, it’s better not to wring too much, more to stay comfy all day, but if you have the so-called pear-shaped physique, with generous hips and lean upper part, you can freely wear a busty wedding dress.
If your body is made of apple, instead, choose a V-neckline so that the figure slides, or a neckline at heart. No to the straight or American neckline if you are abundant in the top.
In any case, curvy women should enhance life expectancy. Choose a model that looks good on the waistline, perhaps with a princess or a large skirt. Yes even in semi-mermaid or straight line slides, but just emphasizing life with a precious belt or band.
Better opt for a soft skirt, without tulle padding. Often curvy women tend to add volume to conceal themselves. Do not hide, but exalt your silhouette.
As for the colors, not too white and changing fabrics. Better opaque shades, such as cream, ivory or champagne. Finally, not too much overseas: a simple one, in tulle, without embroidery.
One last tip? Do not be afraid to shine, whatever your body is.