Are You Planning to Do a Wedding? Check These 10 Different Types of Wedding Dresses Every Bridal Need to Know

 Peplum Wedding Dress

This wedding dress has a short flare or a flounce attached to the bodice that overflows over the skirt that follows the wedding dress. The key to finding the perfect peplum dress for you is the cut and the flare.

Lace Tattoo

Why hide it if you can flaunt it? Wedding dresses with lace tattoos along the necklines, backs or sleeves are becoming a new craze for every bride. They have sheer fabrics along the back or sleeves with floral embroideries to give a see through outfit.

Sheer Overlay

How about going the unconventional way and layering up your wedding dress? A sheer overlay dress has an extra sheer netting type fabric that covers the main dress, forming a see through illusion of the overall outfit.

Mini Dress With Tail

Again, if you’re up for a theme, destination or a beach wedding, a mini dress with an asymmetrical train is your go to option!

Sheath Dress 

It is a form fitting dress that goes along your usual body curves, with almost zero flare. However, if you are heavier on the bottom side, we would not be happy to recommend this since it might make you look unbalanced.

A Line Dress

A line dress is the most popular wedding dress style and suit on every body type, depending on the right neckline. This dress tapers steadily through the bust forming the edges of letter ‘A’ along its silhouettes.

Trumpet Dress

Very similar to a mermaid dress, a trumpet dress clings lesser to the body and has a loose flare that may start at the knees or a little above them.

Mermaid Dress

If you have the curves and the right confidence to flaunt them, a mermaid dress is a perfect pick. The dress clings tightly along your curves, flaring right below the knees like a mermaid.

Tea Length Dress

If you are up for a retro bridal look, time travel with an elegant tea length dress. Perfect for a beach or destination wedding, it usually has a flared skirt ending at your knees or calves. You can always experiment with the right length of your skirt though!

Ball Gown

Also known as the Basque Gown, the Ball gown is known for its huge flare that is stitched to the gown to keep it at its place. It usually has a body hugging bodice with a cliched waist, followed by protruding flares, giving volume to the whole dress.

The gown is good choice for brides who want to add curves and volume to their whole stature.


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