Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Wedding Dresses To Suit Larger Busts

Every bride wants to look and feel the most beautiful they have ever done on their wedding day. It is important when shopping for your wedding gown that you choose a dress that flatters your body, no matter what size or shape you are. It's fair to say that for most women they have an area of their body that they dislike and will try their best to hide. As a larger-busted bride you may want to show off your assets or you may want to hide them as much as you possibly can. There is a wide range of wedding dress styles and shapes to choose from so it can be somewhat daunting as to where to begin, especially with bridal wear fashion still focusing very much on strapless. One of the top priorities that you are likely to have when searching for your wedding dress and being larger chested is that it gives you proper support. So how do you find a wedding dress that is beautiful yet comfortable with enough structure to provide you with the right amount of support and lift all day, and night long?

The bridal boutiques or factory outlets all have Sales Assistants that will have encountered brides of every shape and know what the wedding dresses look like on. They will be able to provide you with sound advice as to what dresses they have in store that will be the most flattering to your own individual shape. A wedding dress that always looks stunning on hourglass figured brides is an A line skirted gown which gives definition to your curves and flares out around the waist. A bodice that has lots of ruching that sweeps across sideways and comes to a point at your waist can be very complimenting to your figure, as can a princess cut wedding gown. Drop waisted*dresses are perfect for a bride who wants something that shows off her hips a bit more as they immediately elongate this area.

Corset style or lace back wedding dresses are an excellent choice for top heavier brides, especially in a strapless style. They give you instant support and lift whilst making you feel secure and overall provide an illusion of a streamlined look. Many of the corset dresses can make you look and feel a couple of dress sizes smaller, which is something many brides aim to achieve on their wedding day. With them being lace backs you can also have them pulled in nice and tight for the ceremony and photographs before asking one of your bridesmaids to loosen it later on in the day ready for the wedding breakfast and an evening of dancing!

Many larger busted ladies may instantly say no to trying on a wedding gown without straps with the fear that it may fall down at some point during the course of the day. Rest assured that providing you have chosen good underwear and it has been correctly fitted that no amount of dancing with your arms in the air will make your dress disappear.

If you are a bride who is aiming to not make your bust line appear any larger than it already is then we would advise you to stay away from halternecks and high necklines. Sweetheart, scoop and v necks are the most flattering necklines. Empire line wedding dresses should be avoided as these will end up swamping you and looking much like a maternity dress.