The key to creating curves? Flared skirts, diagonal draping, and daring necklines.
Diagonal ruching on the bodice and hips equals a sinuous silhouette. A V-neck and a flared skirt add curves. Highlight your hips with a full skirt and a waist-whittling sash.
Not everyone can pull off a Badglet Mischka's textured stunner, but long and lean brides can rock an edgy gown with ease. The peach tones in an ballerina-inspired tulle confection will look especially ravishing on warm-skinned bridges. This silk charmeuse stunner cuts a soft silhouette and boasts a high waistline to minimize a long torso.
Highlight an elegant collarbone and long, swan neck in this silk chiffon gown with delicate spaghetti straps. Create the illusion of a teeny-tiny waist in this playful ball gown. With a daring front slit, this lace sheath will let you flash a bit of those enviable legs.
The deep sweetheart neckline on a lace gown will create the illusion of cleavage. I can totally picture Audrey Hepburn-like gamines looking effortlessly classic in the satin sheath. Show off your great gams - subtly - with this gown's soft illusion skirt.
Draping is every girl's best friend - it creates curves and camouflages imperfections!
See you next time,