We swept up with our fabulous designer that has been busy in lockdown sketching and reviewing the countless dresses she's designed in the last few years.
She told us she's been specifically looking through styles that suit the fuller figure. As you may know, she loves likely to our trunk shows and meeting brides-to-be and helping them choose a gown that will suit them perfectly for her big day. She told us that they meet many brides-to-be with fuller figures searching for something they'll feel confident in. With this in mind, she desired to tell brides all about a handful of styles she's picked out that are great for that fuller figure…
Dusty is a lace, organza, and sparkle tulle fit and fare gown. The plunging v-neckline with thick straps and sheer inset give full support to some larger busts. The back from the gown, even though it is low cut is high enough to provide support and it is cut over the area where any lumps, bumps, or creases may be on the back. For those who might prefer to cover the hips and bottom area more, there's also a matching overskirt. For those who are pleased to show off the curves, the overskirt might be used to alter the look from daytime to night-time.
Donatella is yet another gown she recommends for that fuller figure bride. She told us this A-line/ball gown style wedding dresses is ideal for pulling in in the waist and accentuating the curves. A skirt such as this will hide the underside and hips and with the getting of the waist can make the most from the bust and provide you're an ideal hourglass shape. The straight bust cut and high back can give support to the fuller bust. The real showstopper of the gown may be the beautiful removable laid cap sleeves which can be accustomed to hide the top of the arms or alter the look from daytime to some more fun night-time search for dancing!
We do hope you like these styles, please see the rest from the new collection. Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.com