A Contemporary Western Wedding Dress

Wedding day is one of the most special days in any woman’s life. They want it to be perfect and they want to look their very best on this day. Wedding gowns can be found in many variations which the brides-to-be select according to their bodies and preferences in styles. However; modern brides look for options in wedding dresses that reflect their personal style appeal and yet appear romantic and feminine at the same time.  A number of options in contemporary western wedding dresses are available for all these women.

One option very popular for women these days is the tea length casual wedding dress that comse in a variety of flowing fabrics and can be worn by almost any body type. Some brides do not want to wear white on their weddings. These women will be able to find impressive creations in contemporary wedding dresses that are now available in colors like red and peach, etc. Even several hues are available in white like off-white and grey white which these bride- t-be can choose for that refreshing change from the traditional white.

Selecting the silhouettes for contemporary wedding dresses

The latest designer wears are focused at introducing new styles in wedding dresses for the women who would like to defy the traditional fashion in bridal wear. These styles include:

1.     A-line – This is narrower at the top and flared towards the bottom. Ideal for the brides who might have larger bottoms. Overall works well with all types of figures.

2.     Baby doll – which is hemmed short above the knee

3.     Ball dress – which has full bodice, featuring full skirt beginning at the waist with a fixed waistline

4.     Empire – features raised waistline ideally below the bust

5.     Mermaid – has a fitted bodice up to hips after which it flares out

6.     Sheath – is a figure hugging dress which can be strapped or strapless

7.     Trumpet – has a straight skirt and a hem flounce

Selecting the neckline for contemporary wedding dresses

Some of the popular styles in necklines feared in the latest wedding dresses include:

1.     Asymmetric – which is different on both sides of the center front
2.     Bateau or boat neck – which runs along the curve of the collarbone and ends at shoulders
3.     Halter – features a high panel front that exposes back and shoulders as it is tied behind or around the neck
4.     Jewel or the T-shirt neckline – simple round neckline
5.     Off-the-shoulder – features a neckline without straps and exposes collarbones and shoulders
6.     Portrait – features a soft scoop from one shoulder to another
7.     Scoop or the ballerina neckline – features a U-shaped neckline often cut low even on the back
8.     Sheer – involves the use of a translucent fabric for creating the neckline
9.     Spaghetti strap – features delicate string sized straps

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