Tuesday, 30. August 2016 - 02:50 Uhr

Wedding Dresses Choosing Tips for Plus-sized Body Brides

 Some wedding dresses for plus-sized are perfect. You need to know sth about the dresses.


Whether you want to create the illusion of a smaller frame or celebrate your curves, we've got you covered (or uncovered).


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Asymmetrical pleating and neckline-to-knee embellishments make this curve-hugging gown more slimming.


An empire waistline creates a lengthening effect while these fluttery chiffon sleeves act as the most ethereal cover up.


A lace illusion neckline is equal parts daring and demure, and it’s an especially slimming look when paired with a cummerbund-style waistline.


Minimize your waistline with design details that draw the eye inward (think bodycon seams, but with crystals).



A high neckline, sheath silhouette and slight train are the ultimate trio to help you look long and lean.


A dark colored sash is a simple way to make your middle look trim.


Intricate silver embroidery adds infinite allure but not a bit of bulk to a simple silhouette.


A scoop neckline shows off your voluptuous shape and lets you avoid a strapless bra!



A basque waistline enhances an hourglass figure. This modern, less severe interpretation gets it right.


Strategic draping on an unembellished gown can add drama and define curves.

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Monday, 29. August 2016 - 23:09 Uhr

Wedding Dresses Choosing Tips for Busty Body Brides

Many women admire busty body figures, however, they need to select carefully for right and also cheap wedding dresses. If you're a busty bride, you've got two choices: reveal or conceal. Either way, finding the right gown starts with pinpointing the perfect neckline.


A square neckline looks great on almost anyone, but it's especially great for the well-endowed because its not too revealing.


Strapless gowns can be tough for brides with a larger bust, but the straight-across version actually minimizes your assets.


If you're set on a sweetheart neckline, try one with straps and a full skirt to balance your busty frame.



Another sweetheart idea we love? This "modesty" lace detail that keeps your cleavage in check.



This structured off-the-shoulder neckline offers a subtle curve that minimizes a large bust.


Plunging V-necklines are typically too risque for big-busted girls, but this more subtle dip gets it right.


Generally slinky material is a no-no for larger busts, but the draped cowl neckline makes this 20s-style gown more of a go-to.


A subtle dip won't hide your curves completely, but it will soften your sex appeal.




Illusion "skin-baring" details are a big-busted girls bestie. Sheer scoop/sweetheart neckline is every bit ethereal.




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