Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a chapel and a cathedral train? Or a bateau neckline versus a scoop-neck? Well, we are here to help! Our knowledgeable and friendly staff is always available to answer any questions that you may have, and to help you achieve your perfect look. We are going to feature a small series of blogs that help you understand all of the bridal “lingo”! So sit back, grab a latte and read up on all the terms of the bridal world!
Flared gown that widens gradually to form a full or slim a-shape. The a-line gown disguises the hips, buttocks and legs.
- Universally flattering for any body type
Body hugging sheath that flares at or below the knee. A modified mermaid or fit-n-flare, flares just below hips or mid thigh. Emphasizes your curves!
- Best for slim tall builds
Fitted bodice with full skirt that minimizes the waistline. Most traditional of bridal styles. The ball gown disguises the hips, buttocks and legs.
-Best for pear shapes, full figures and tall slim builds
Follows the body’s curves from top to bottom. This style is usually cut on the bias to allow fabric to flatter the figure. The sheath hugs the bust waist and hips.
- Best for slim tall builds and petite figures
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