Pick The Perfect Wedding Dress

If you really don’t know where to start then consider looking at it from your body shape point of view:

Figure Hourglass: a defined waist with the top and bottom half evenly balanced.
Suits: Corseted or two-piece dresses. Sweetheart necklines will emphasise your bust. Steer clear of empire line dresses and ball gowns.

Figure Pear: smaller on the top than the bottom with wide hips.
Suits: A princess dress style will disguise your hips and an empire line will highlight the smallest part of your body. Avoid tiered or trumpet styles as they will draw attention to your bottom.

Figure: Wide shoulders
Suits: A v-neck dress will help to conceal wide shoulders. Scoop necklines also work well and putting details such as embroidery around the dress will detract the eye from the shoulders. Avoid off-the-shoulder dresses.

Figure: Slim
Suits: Try a fitted bodice with a full skirt which will give the illusion of curves.

Figure: Tall
Suits: You have the advantage of almost any style suiting you. A-line dresses will look particularly good.

Figure: Petite
Suits: A-line dresses. Ball gowns and mermaid styles may overwhelm.

Figure: Apple
Suits: If you are a more voluptuous apple shape avoid anything that will draw attention to your waist such as a princess line. Empire and A-line dresses will work well for you.