A ball gown shape features a fitted bodice and a wide, full skirt. It’s great for brides who may want to camouflage their hips.
An A-line dress flares more slightly than a ball gown (the skirt basically creates the shape of the letter A). It’s popular with brides because it’s flattering on most figures.
Drop-waist / Fit-N-flare
A fit-n-flare wedding dress is fitted at the waist and then flares out at or below the hips. This flared skirt adds a flirtatious vibe and is also easy to dance in!
Another figure-hugging gown silhouette, fishtails are extremely fitted, and flare out below the knee. It’s great for brides who want to show off their curves!
A sheath wedding gown skims the body and falls straight to the floor.
Mermaid / Trumpet
A trumpet silhouette hugs the body and flares out above the knee – creating something of a trumpet shape or the outline of a mermaid’s tail!