Your wedding dress should complement you from every single point of view. It should complement your style, your personality, your wedding – but more than anything, it should embrace your body in a stunningly harmonious way.

How to choose a wedding dress based on your silhouette? We have some tips for you – so read on, inspire yourself and then come find the perfect wedding gown for yourself!

• Are you a pear-shaped silhouette? If so, you will need to draw the attention away from the lower area of your body – and A-line skirts do this marvelously. Focus on an intricate bodice and pretty detail-work in the upper area of your body and you will look absolutely breath-taking.

• If your body is apple-shaped, you should draw the attention away from the midsection part of it. Instead, focus on the upper area – you can even wear a simple, elegant skirt and an intricate corset to create the ideal balance between your upper and lower body.

• Brides with rectangular-shaped silhouettes should focus on creating volume in both the upper and the lower area. A tulle skirt with a very detailed bodice, ball gowns, dresses with ruching on the bodice – they are all amazing choices for those of you who want to accentuate your bodies and create superb, womanly curves.

• As for hourglass-shaped ladies, they will be more than happy in pretty much every type of wedding dress there is. However, we advise on emphasizing the middle area to add a bit of drama to your look. For something more unconventional, you could even wear a long skirt or a pair of flared pants and a crop top in the upper area!

Looking for that one dress, the one you will feel at home in? Come visit Amanda Lina’s Sposa Boutique and allow us to help you find the perfect wedding gown for you. Come visit us and you will never regret it!

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