We are coming into the time of year when celebrations abound, especially weddings. What is needed for a wedding? A bride, and a groom. What does the bride want? Most want a dress that will make her feel extraordinary, and special. Understanding this, let's discuss one way to get that feeling and how to appear that way on your special day. Brides, the correct fit in your wedding dress is a must. You need a creation that will flatter your ethnic curves as well as play up -- or down -- certain areas.
If you happen to be curvaceous then work it lady, in a mermaid creation. Snugly fitted, the bodice will boldly display your assets, just before your dress will gradually and oh so sensually flare out at your legs. This type of gown can also end in a fishtail in the back which can, and often does, suffice for a traditional train. If you happen to be athletically built with broader shoulders, showcase thems in a halter dress. This type of garment can further enhance and soften your look by drawing spectator's eyes to your swan-like neck.
For ethnic beauties who would like all-over surreptitious slimming, the A-line dress always works. With its classic lines and skirt that is beautifully shaped like a bell, it will slyly cascade over a bodacious booty and thicker thighs. For the bride who would like to hide her tummy, a creation with an empire waist or one with an exaggerated waistband will cause that part of you to appear smaller. Thus with the right undergarments, that bit of bulge is concealed. For the lovely one with the larger bust, there are dresses with boning -- just like a corset. These dresses provide extra support. There are even two-piece creations, some that are a top and a skirt, but 'magically' look like one piece. This option is for those who are well-endowed on top but not so below, or vice versa.
If your arms are 'shapely' and you're not that comfortable showing them, why not try a cap-sleeve? It is short, fluttery, and oh so feminine. Some even contain slits for a peek-a-boo effect. For the pretty and petite who would like to appear statuesque, seek long simple gowns, quite possibly those with higher necklines. Or if you have a smaller bust, a v-neck, one that is ruched just beneath the cups, can offer a voluptuous look.
Remember brides-to-be, the fabric and the color of your dress is up to you. Although white may be what many think of, truly it is not for every ethnic beauty. In India, the exquisite red and gold wedding gown is traditional. Red is also the color of many timeless and chic Chinese wedding dresses. For the stylish African and African-American bride, the gold lace wedding gown is significant, so is the silver; while a dramatic mantilla veil and satin may more aptly suit a lovely Latina. The possiblities are endless. Therefore, armed with knowledge, and your very own cultural sense of style, say yes to the dress of your choosing.
For all those whose year this is, I congratulate you. In your search for the perfect gown I also wish you minimized stress and all the best!