Wedding dresses today come in a wide range of styles. Do you prefer a long, flowing gown, or a short, flirty one? Long sleeves, or no sleeves? Lots of lace, or timelessly smooth satin? Modern bridal gowns come in styles to suit every preference — and every body type.

Naturally, you want to look your best on your wedding day, but nothing can ruin your look — and your wedding photos — faster than the wrong gown. It’s so important to choose a gown that flatters your figure. If you want to pick the right gown, you’ll need to understand which styles of wedding gown work best for your body type.


A-line wedding dresses look good on almost any body type. That’s why they’re so popular. They’re especially flattering on pear-shaped women, since they accentuate the bust and hide the larger hips and thighs. If you’re looking for flattering plus size wedding dresses, you may find an A-line gown flattering. You may also want to try a gown with an empire waistline that begins just beneath the bust and flows downward in an A-line silhouette. If you’re plus-sized and busty, an A-line or empire dress may flatter your décolletage; but if you’d prefer something a little less revealing, you can always add a modest lace panel to the bust line, or look for an A-line dress with a higher cut at the bust.

If you’re plus-sized and apple-shaped, you may want to look for a shorter A-line dress that flatters your bust and midsection while allowing you to show off your slim legs. Look for an A-line gown with a belt or cinch at the waist and a textured bodice that will draw the eye upward. A deep V neckline will also flatter your midsection.


With their full, fluffy skirts, cinched waists, and fitted bodices, ball gowns are perfect for brides with boyish, rectangular body shapes. The curvy shape of the dress will make your body seem curvier, too. Look for a dress with a ruched or otherwise decorated bodice. Extra fabric up top will complete the illusion of curves, especially if it is a strapless dress that limits your choice of bust-enhancing bras.


A mermaid gown hugs the figure until about the knee, then flares out into a skirt reminiscent of a mermaid’s tail. Mermaid-style wedding gowns are an excellent choice for women with hourglass figures, since this style of gown showcases your curves. Choose a gown with a scooped neckline, for a more natural and flattering décolletage which is neither too revealing nor too shelf-like. But avoid gowns with shiny fabric, ruching, or other ornamentation on the bodice, as these will make your already-generous bust look even bigger.


The trumpet gown is similar to the mermaid gown, but with a wider flare to the skirt. While form-fitting, the trumpet gown also offers more freedom of movement to the hourglass-shaped bride who wants to show off her curves. Trumpet gowns can also help a petite bride look taller.


A sleek and form-fitting style, the sheath dress follows the body’s natural curves. It can be flattering for women with hourglass-shaped bodies, who want to accentuate their curves. It’s also a good choice for petite women, as it can add the illusion of height, and it’s a great style for any bride who wants to show off a trim midsection. A sheath dress in a wispy fabric with a skirt cut on the bias can make a rectangle-shaped bride look curvier, too.


With a flare beginning at the hips, the drop waist style is a good choice for women with hourglass-shaped bodies and trim midsections. Combined with a sleek bodice and scooped neckline, this style of gown can show off your curves without being too restrictive.


While the classic wedding gown has a long, flowing skirt and even a train, gowns with short skirts are all the rage right now, and these gowns can look fabulous on the right bride. No matter your dress size, a wedding gown with a short skirt can be the right choice to show off shapely calves. If you’re tall, however, a long, flowing skirt will match your natural, statuesque proportions. A long-sleeved dress also works well for a tall bride. Choose a gown with sleeves that go below the wrist, so that you don’t look like you’re dressing up in your mother’s clothes. See-through lace sleeves can lend a timeless elegance to your gown, without entirely sacrificing the graceful look of a sleeveless gown.

When choosing a wedding dress, it’s vital that you consider your body type and shape. Whether you’re petite or tall, apple- or hourglass-shaped, the right dress can make you look gorgeous on your wedding day.

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Victoria Swarovski Got Married in a $1.3 Million Dress


Being the heiress of one of the biggest jewelry and crystal companies in the world definitely has its perks. Victoria Swarovski married her long-time boyfriend wearing a $1.3 million worth dress. She dated Werner Mürz, a property investor, for almost seven years before tying the knot on Friday.

Victoria Swarovski Got Married in a 1.3 Million Dress with 500.000 Crystals
Victoria Swarovski Got Married in a 1.3 Million Dress with 500.000 Crystals

The breath-taking dress is a creation of the designer Michael Cinco, whose work is mostly based in Dubai. The fairytale gown was embedded with believe it or not 500.000 Swarovskicrystals. If you’ve ever dreamed of being a princess bride, Victoria just gave you the perfect example. Cinco made sure that she got a unique dress that weighs 46kg. Victoria took a big part in the process of designing the amazing gown. The original dress is actually a part of Michael’s Spring/Summer 2017 Collection. The designer altered it by adding sleeves to the gown and of course a humongous amount of crystals. The train of the dress, according to Michael is six meters long and is also bedazzled with crystals.

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The gorgeous dress features a massive and voluminous A-line skirt, with a semi-transparent upper part, and long sleeves with floral embroidery. Her astonishing veil was eight meters long and she wore it over her face while walking down the aisle. Victoria chose a beautiful pair of white high-heeled sandals by Jimmy Choo. She finished off the look with semi-hoop earrings embedded with diamonds. The bride reportedly changed into one more dress, as sparkling and as glamorous as the first one. It was a silver strapless dress, decorated with what else than Swarovski crystals.

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The wedding ceremony took place in the Cathedral of San Giusto in Trieste, Italy. The celebration lasted three whole days. On the first night, Victoria wore a breath-taking Michael Cinco red dress. The halter-neck dress featured a high-low skirt and was encrusted with ruby-red crystals. The glamorous gala happened at the luxurious Falisia Resort & Spa, and it was a red and white themed party where men were requested to wear white suits, while women were supposed to wear red dresses.

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Bella Hadid stars in Bulgari's fall-winter 2017 accessories campaign

Bella Hadid stars in Bulgari’s fall-winter 2017 accessories campaign

Bella Hadid turns up the shine factor for her latest campaign. The 20-year-old beauty has been tapped by luxury jeweler Bulgari as the face of its fall-winter 2017 Accessories campaign. Photographer Terry Richardson captures Bella for the playful and colorful advertisements where the Serpenti bag goes front and center.

In one image, Bella shines in a feather and fringe embellished dress. And in other, she flips her hair in a rainbow-hued bomber jacket and form-fitting pants. In addition to the print advertisements, Bulgari also shared a behind-the-scenes video of Bella in motion. Check it out below!


Model Bella Hadid poses with the Serpenti bag in Bulgari's fall 2017 accessories campaignModel Bella Hadid poses with the Serpenti bag in Bulgari’s fall 2017 accessories campaignAn image from Bulgari Accessories' fall-winter 2017 advertising campaignAn image from Bulgari Accessories’ fall-winter 2017 advertising campaignBella Hadid strikes a pose in Bulgari Accessories' fall-winter 2017 campaignBella Hadid strikes a pose in Bulgari Accessories’ fall-winter 2017 campaign

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The Louis Vuitton Neverfull Tote in Contrast Epi Leather

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I have a small confession to make: I’ve never really gotten the Louis Vuitton Neverfull Tote. Sure, I can recognize that it’s both a beloved classic bag and a great, functional option for those who need to carry a lot, but it’s never been a bag that sparked much personal interest in me. I’m not a tote bag person in general, so my affections have always run more toward Vuitton’s single-strap shoulder bags and crossbodies. All it took was some pink detailing, though, and I’m all aboard the Neverfull bandwagon.

Part of the Neverfull’s appeal is that its simplicity makes it a perfect canvas for variation, embellishment and seasonal adornment without sacrificing functionality. It’s been emblazoned with everything from Yayoi Kusama’s signature dots to Jeff Koons’s, well…whatever it was he did. The wide open space of a Neverfull side panel holds endless possibility.

With this version, though, the devil is in the details (and mostly inside the bag itself). Louis Vuitton’s hardy Epi leather is usually a single-tone material, but lately, Vuitton has been releasing some of its Epi bags with contrasting interiors and edge paint. The contrasting interior is something I’ve loved since Mansur Gavriel made it its signature when the brand debuted in 2013, and since then, nearly every brand has imitated the look. In this instance, though, LV takes it one step further my extending the neon pink interior to the bag’s edges, which is what I love the best. The move sharpens the lines of the bag’s iconic structure and makes the whole thing feel new all over again. If I were in the market for a tote, this version of the Neverfull would be at the top of my list.

Buy through Louis Vuitton for $2,050. This version is the MM; if you want something similar but with a more subdued color combination, the bag is also available in deep purple with pale pink accents.

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Theory Embroidered Linen-Cotton Dress $475

Theory Embroidered Linen-Cotton Dress $475

A light linen-cotton blend dress features delicate embroidery with chic eyelet detailing.

Get ready to take on one of the summer season’s hottest trends—eyelet lace. New York-based fashion brand Theory unveils a new trend guide called, ‘Summer Escape’. Made of soft cotton, the looks range from peasant blouses, maxi dresses and sleeveless tops. Wear with denim or white trousers for an elegant look.


Theory Drawstring Eyelet Top $345

Theory Drawstring Eyelet Top $345

This soft cotton blouse includes delicate ties as the neck with tassels.Theory Embroidered Linen-Cotton Dress $475

Theory Embroidered Linen-Cotton Dress $475

Stay cool in the summer wearing a cotton dress in ivory-white.Theory Drawstring Eyelet Top $345

Theory Drawstring Eyelet Top $345

Wear white this season with a peasant style blouse featuring cuffed hems.Theory Placed Eyelet Top $295

Theory Placed Eyelet Top $295

A sleeveless top includes tie straps and tassels with a V-neck front and back.

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They said that there’s nothing better than a woman who can switch her style from wearing high-heeled stilettos to comfy sneakers. Knowing that there are days when you just want to take a break from your classic black pumps, Sophia Webster comes with a surprising shoe delight. Take a seat, prop your feet up and relax as we introduce these Sophia Webster Bibi Sneakers.

Made from 100% white calf leather with embroidered butterfly details at the back, these sleek and neat low top Bibi sneakers are too cute and lovely not to feature! In fact, it’s the butterfly embroidered design which caught our eyes and attention since it added a sprinkling of fairy tale fancy dust to it.

Aside from its undeniable feminine butterfly design, this pair of sneakers also boasts of a reinforced eyelets so you can easily thread your shoelaces through thus saving you time. It also boasts of a rubber sole for your comfort and ease.

Pair it over your over your denim shorts or jeans and shirt ensemble and you’ll be casually chic and dandy. Now don on your favorite sports cap and your boyish bag and you’re good to hit the street!

A pair of this sneakers is priced $375 USD, €345 euro, £260 GBP, $592 SGD, ¥47792 JPY, $592 AUD






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