Busty Bride

Posted in: Wedding Dresses by Brasoveanu Lucian | April 15th 2013 | no comments

If you are looking for a beautiful wedding dress that can flatter a big bust you should know that the market is ready to offer thousands of such gowns. In addition, thanks to your hourglass silhouette, you will have the opportunity to try on different styles and focus on the one that best highlights your silhouette. There isn’t a type of dress that works for all busty women, so get ready to try on quite a few dresses. After all, the perfect fit depends on many factors such as the size of your hips and your height. All I can do to help is make you are aware of a few rules that will help you eliminate some of the candidates from the very start.

Busty Bride

Busty Bride (Photo by: Russell Harrison Photography)

First of all, when entering a wedding store you should take a deep breath and be ready to prove that you are a patient person. Then, you should focus especially on the gowns that feature sweetheart, V-neck or scoop neckline because those are the most suitable options for a busty bride. If you aren’t against the idea of showing quite a bit of skin you should also take a look at the off-the-shoulder dresses available which also make any busty woman look fantastic. While trying on such a wedding dress, you should bend-over and look into the mirror in order to make sure you aren’t showing too much cleavage. In addition, make sure you stay away from the gowns with high neckline or halter-top style because such outfits tend to make your bust look even bigger. It’s also wise to keep the neckline and bust lines as simple as possible. That’s because a dress with a bodice covered in beads and large embellishments will accentuate your bust even further.

Another aspect that you need to consider while shopping for the dream bridal gown for a busty figure is the dress’s cut. Many fashion designers agree that the best option for an hourglass silhouette is the A-line design. This dress cut involves a form-fitting bodice that perfectly accentuates your curves and a flaring out skirt. You can also opt for a gown with a dropped waist because this style elongates any silhouette by highlighting the area between your bust and your hips. What you should avoid at all cost is bridal gowns with Empire waist because when worn by a busty bride this design creates the illusion that the bride is pregnant.

Busty Bride

Busty Bride (Photo by: Mathias)

If you want to wear a strapless dress although you are pretty busty, you should carefully consider your options. That’s because busty women require more support in the upper side. So either forget all about strapless dresses or get a very good bra. In addition, you should look only at the strapless options that perfectly cover your bust and don’t show off a low cut. Fashion designers also recommend busty brides to check out corset-based wedding dresses which provide better support and can streamline any figure. Don’t forget that the skirt also plays an important role in the look, so if you are a busty bride you should focus on finding a skirt fullness that perfectly balances your hourglass silhouette.

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