How to mask its curves?

Which dress will highlight your most beautiful assets?

Opt for a dress that highlights your silhouette. Discover our advice to choose your wedding outfit.

WEDDING DRESS FOR TALL AND SLIM SILHOUETTE

You have a model size, you can a priori afford everything. If your silhouette is irreproachable, it will be ideally highlighted in a sheath or mermaid dress. If you are very thin, maybe you will opt for volume with ruffles. In any case, avoid high heels and high hairstyles, especially if you are shorter than you.

ROUND SILHOUETTE WEDDING DRESS

It is especially necessary to avoid tight or too voluminous dresses. A dress cut empire, curved just below the chest, will better serve your assets and mask your curves. You can also opt for a strapless dress, with a pointed bustier that flattens the belly and lengthens the silhouette, accompanied by a slightly flared skirt. If you think your arms are too chubby, you can opt for three-quarter sleeves which will lengthen them delicately. The accessories will remain your best friends to show off your best features.

WEDDING DRESS FOR PREGNANT WOMAN

Pregnant women are also advised to wear a flowing empire-style dress to emphasize the décolleté and not to insist too much on the curves of maternity. A short empire dress is also a good solution if you have pretty legs.

WEDDING DRESS FOR SMALL AND PETITE SILHOUETTE

You can afford just about anything, except perhaps calf-height skirts or oversized dresses that tend to pack. A sheath dress will lengthen your waist, a strapless skirt-bustier combination will also work wonders. Finally, you will be particularly crunchy in a short dress.

WEDDING DRESS FOR SILHOUETTE IN “H”

If you don’t have the size marked, avoid the sheath dress that will make you look like a tube. Instead, opt for contrasting cuts that will optically create a waist. A strapless bustier with a voluminous skirt will look great.