Friday, 23 May 2014

Descriptions of strapless wedding dresses

Brides-to-be in summer are beautiful and charming, and a beautiful strapless wedding dress will make you more out of the ordinary. In recent years,strapless wedding dress is more popular than other styles. It can be sexy or sweet. Now,let's enjoy its own charm.

This is a simple design strapless neckline wedding dress, by selecting heavy sense material to make close fitting tailoring design. White sequins brighten the luster of the wedding, and white flowers design is the punch line of the dress, foiled the dress more subtle, so is the bride.

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This dress sets the bride off exceptionally elegant, letting the bride who wears white wedding dress exuding an enchanting flavor. Concise strapless wedding dress with close fitting tailoring, but inadvertently reveals luxurious feelings.

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Its wide skirt is in stark contrast to the sheath and column design, petite bride's figure appears graceful appearance. The upper body fitted dress is streamline tailored. Delicate embroidery show the dress with modern and vintage coexist combined with chapel train can look thinner. So fantastic.

What's more,bride with flat breasts is better to choice strapless wedding dress that can highlight your chest curve sense, with V-shape or sweetheart design wedding dress to add your feminine flavors. So,you can't miss this one.

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Differences between empire and A-line wedding dresses 2014

When it comes to plus size wedding dress,most people may think of empire and a-line wedding dress. Yes,the two styles are really the best choice for plump brides. But,how to distinguish them? Then,we will help you to distinguish the two style of wedding dresses 2014 through two aspects.
Applicable body shapes

A-line dress is one of the most versatile and suitable for almost every body type. On a rounder bride, the smooth, vertical lines can give the illusion of a slimmer figure, while adding height to a shorter frame. Column-shaped brides can achieve a curvy image with a full skirt, as well as hide a fuller lower body. To accentuate or remove focus from certain body parts, simple modifications can be made to the fabric, waistline or neckline. Such is the versatility of the A-line wedding dress.
The empire cut is one of the most versatile, but is best suited for small-chested brides as it will draw focus to the neckline. Besides,very slim women should refrain from wearing empire dresses with these lines to prevent from looking too skinny. What's more,for pregnant brides, the Empire wedding dress is perfect for hiding a baby bump, as the smooth flow of the dress can cover it. Empire style wedding dresses never fail to impress.

A-line dress can be a full-length one with a long train for chapel weddings, or a knee-length one for the modern, adventurous bride. The Princess cut wedding dress  focuses on smooth lines which create a slimming effect. Vertical seems running from the neckline to the seems help for a narrower waistline while being bust flattering. Different variations of the Princess Line style can be altered for brides with a range of hip sizes.
Empire wedding dresses are great for brides with pear-shaped figures as they hide the hips and thighs, while enhancing the bust line. Characterized with high waistlines which gather just below the bust area, they flow smoothly down to the hem, creating an hourglass illusion. The Empire wedding dress can be altered to suit the different levels of formality, by adding and removing certain elements of the gown.