Choosing the right wedding dress for your body shape

sing the right wedding dress for your body shape 

Choosing the right couture wedding dress for your body shape

​Choosing the right wedding dress for your body shape is probably the most important choice you'll make in your exciting adventure of wedding planning. So, let's be just a little honest. Brides with all the responsibility of planning the "Big" day over look one of the most important part, the GOWN.... or, so we tend to think so.  Searching for the ideal dress can last a very long, draining, and overwhelming time, "if" you do not know the main points on how to directly related your body type to the dress. It is however very wise to know to which type of figure shape you belong to. Knowing this will significantly help you to choose the perfect dress that will flatter your  figure, covering up its shortcomings and emphasize every virtue. 
In other words, Let the games begin.
There are 5 "Types" of Body Constitutions
There are 5 "Types" of Body Constitutions
1: The "Pear" (A-type):
     A physique in which wide, lush hips predominate, a thin enough "wasp" waist, narrow shoulders


2: The "Inverted triangle" (V-type):
     This includes girls with broad shoulders, narrow hips and delicate waist


3: The "Hourglass" (X-type):
     The possessor of this figure is very lucky: it is considered perfectly proportional, it is easier to pick up any wedding dress and be completely flattering.


4: The "Apple" (O-type):
A figure with an indistinct waist, but slender legs and hips

5: The  "Rectangle" (H-type):
     Almost equal contours of shoulders, waist and hips.

Choosing the Right Silhouette

Choosing the Right Silhouette 

Once you have defined your ravishing figure, the task of choosing your gown is so much easier, not to mention Exciting! 

Let's begin, shall we:

 
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 For all you "Rectangle" darlings, it is best to be suited in an A-line. Reasons why you ask? Well it's not a bad option

* a magnificent decoration
*visually increasing the hips and highlighting the waist
*gives your figure seductive proportions.
needs I say more! 

For all you "Rectangle" darlings, it is best to be suited in an A-line.
Caring on to all you "Triangle" love bugs, you can be sure to safely give preference to a Lush styles. 
Reasons are everything:
*They draw attention to the lower part of the body
* not shifting unnecessary (key word) emphasis on the shoulders, let's face it... who wants that? Umm, NO ONE!
* A dress with a closed top or with a V-neck, the latter will seem graceful and refined. 
Charming!
Caring on to all you "Triangle" love bugs, you can be sure to safely give preference to a Lush styles.
And now on to all you Hourglass- "X" "Sand cup" figures... pretty much, absolutely any style of wedding dress is suitable for you. Do be so modest, show it off girl! If you got it, show it (in a nice conservative way, geez... or not, really up to you, wink).
*This ideal parameters of such figure can be further emphasized by a tight-fitting
Trumpet or Mermaid dress.
 And now on to all you Hourglass- "X" "Sand cup" figures... pretty much, absolutely any style of wedding dress is suitable for you.
Perhaps your mama gave you that "Apple" of no legs, small height and also forgot to throw in a pronounced waistline. That's okay, we can blame your daddy. 
It is however important to distinguish your waistline. 
So that being said:
 *Choose a dress with a corset
* decorative belt 
* multi-layered skirt. 
Why? They will make the figure more fragile and feminine. 
Perhaps your mama gave you that "Apple" of no legs, small height and also forgot to throw in a pronounced waistline
For our beautiful glam gals who rock that "Pear" shape, we can defiantly distract those fluffy thighs
* Choose a gown with open shoulders 
* or with long sleeves.
For our beautiful glam gals who rock that "Pear" shape, we can defiantly distract those fluffy thighs
Now that your know what is it you are looking for, we do hope that you will choose KC Haute Couture. American - European finest wedding dresses.

​Ciao Babe,
The New and Improved KC Haute Couture, formerly known as Gloria Ara  

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