The most regal dress silhouette is timeless and worthy of a fairy tale.
This classic wedding dress shape is a love note to tradition. Brides of all body types adore ball gowns because the contrast between the voluminous skirt and the close-cut bodice draws attention to the narrowest point of your waistline. Thanks to its pouf, a ball gown silhouette can help balance a fuller bustline.
You can dress up a slim silhouette with dazzling embellishments or keep it minimalist chic.
Some sheath gowns fit like a slip dress, closely tracing your body’s outline, while others drape a little straighter, like a column. Both are good choices for petite brides, or those wary of being overwhelmed by lots of fabric. A sheath wedding dress is an excellent fit for a less formal or beach celebration.
The glamorous fit-and-flare silhouette amplifies curves for a sultry result.
The mermaid (or trumpet) is a sophisticated look for brides who crave a little drama. The skirt’s trademark flare can be narrow or wide, sleek or ruffled—and each gives your dress a different twist. Brides with curves love mermaid gowns, but this silhouette maximizes the va-va-voom effect on straighter figures, too.
With its subtle and balanced lines, this classic silhouette flatters every bride.
The art of an A-line is in the proportions. Its gracefully sloped skirt skims over your hips and balances the bodice for a look that’s neither top- nor bottom-heavy. The silhouette’s universal appeal makes the A-line an ideal starting point if you’re not sure which silhouette to try on first.
If floor-length isn't your thing, kick up your heels in a cropped hemline.
The perfect short wedding dress will help you look elegant without feeling too stuffy. Short styles are fitting for brides tying the knot in a daytime, destination, or less formal ceremony, or for anyone who wants to make a modern statement.