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You'll need to do a little homework before you go wedding gown shopping if you want to find the design that flatters your curvy figure. (Don't worry. It's super easy and there's no pop quiz!)

A-line or Princess

You can spot this silhouette because it basically has no waistline. This very popular dress features a fitted shape defined by vertical seams that flow naturally from bust line or shoulders to a flared skirt that creates one clean line. The skirt is typically an A-line, a design that flatters every figure.

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Ball gown


Think Cinderella! This is the most traditional formal dress hallmarked by a fitted bodice and natural or dropped waistline that falls into a full or very full skirt, often worn with a bouffant slip. Ball gowns hide hips and tummy.  But think twice if you are short. This silhouette easily overwhelms a petite figure.

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Empire


A high waistline starting right under a fitted bodice that falls to a slim skirt.defines this silhouette.  Ideal for concealing a heavy midriff or tummy. And the design is comfortable because the waist is not fitted. 

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Mermaid or Fitted


Go down the aisle showing off your curves in a mermaid gown. This sexy, slinky style hugs the body from the bust through the torso. Then the skirt skirt that flares at or just below the knee creating the look of a fishtail. Best reserved for brides with hourglass figures and plenty of confidence!

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Sheath


This modern design creates a long, close fitting dress with a slim, straight skirt that follows the body's curves all the way to the hemline.

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