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Knowing the correct style dress for your body type can make a difference when it comes time for the plus-sized woman to purchase her wedding dresses. If you are knowledgeable about what works best with your body type, you can turn your gown-buying day from a nightmare into a dream.


If you are a full-figure, you most likely want a dress that will not add width or weight to your figure. you want something that will be slimming to you. The basic wedding dress silhouettes that work on most plus size figures is the a-line wedding dresses. A plus-sized bride should consider wearing an a-line wedding dress that has an empire waistline. A-line style is the best style to create an hourglass illusion and it helps to hide your fat hips. This empire waistline starts under the bust, and flows outward with a wider amount of fabric at the floor. This draws attention away from your full waist.


Avoid layered wedding dresses as this only creates a bulky look and causing you to appear larger than you are. You will also want to avoid tight-fitting plus size wedding dresses as well as spaghetti straps when possible. If you want to keep from appearing bottom heavy then avoid ball gown wedding dresses. In order to avoid attention to your waistline, don't purchase a wedding dress that has beading, pleating, or anything of the like at the waist.


Remember, plus size women can be beautiful too – you just need to know what you are doing when purchasing a plus size wedding dress. With the proper knowledge, as stated above, you'll be as beautiful and as confident as ever when you walk down that aisle on your wedding day.

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