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The Wedding Dress that Flatters Your Figure


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If you want to look amazing on your wedding day, you don’t need to lose a lot of weight. You just have to choose the dress that’s appropriate for your body--it makes the difference.

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The Wedding Dress that Flatters Your Figure

  1. 1. © 2013 The Wedding Dress that Flatters Your Figure
  2. 2. © 2013 When a girl is surprised with an engagement ring, thrill and excitement will surely flow in her veins. When the planning for the big day starts, she will become more and more anxious. Now, one of the many worries most bride-to-be have is their physical appearance when marching on the aisle. Plus, with the presence of wedding videographers and photographers, looking their best is definitely a priority. If you’re one of the ladies who are soon going to tie the knot, here is an important reminder: You do not need to go on crash diets and starve yourself just to look fabulous in your wedding video. The key is to choose the appropriate dress that will complement your body type. Whether you’re tall, short, skinny or plump, there is a perfect dress for you. All you need is a dash of patience and some advice from your loved ones and you’ll surely look amazing on your wedding day which will surely show in your wedding videography. So what you need to do is to determine your figure. Get undressed and honestly assess yourself in front of a full-length mirror. For you to be guided, the following are the specific body types and the wedding dress that’s suitable for each: Apple shape If you notice that your shoulders are broader than your hips, you are heavy in the tummy area and your waistline isn’t defined, then you probably have an apple figure. For such body type, an A-line dress is appropriate since it can distinguish your waist and slim your shape. You can also expose your legs and go for shorter skirts. Inverted triangle shape This figure includes shoulders that are wider than the hips but this time, the waistline is defined. If you’re in this category, you can use a wedding dress with a large skirt to make your shoulders look less wide, giving you a more balanced look. Plus, with a voluminous ball gown, you will surely look like a princess in your fairy tale wedding video. Hourglass figure For hourglass-shaped women, the hips and shoulders have the same width and the waist is well-defined. You have more options when it comes to gowns since this figure is usually the basis of seamstresses. You can do an A-line dress, trumpet, ball or mermaid gown and look divine.
  3. 3. © 2013 If you need professional services for your wedding video, you may contact the wedding videographers in your locality. In Perth, you may contact the professional wedding videographers there.