Wedding Gown Dress Styles

Choosing a bridal gown is probably one of the most important items ever purchased in a girl’s life. It is a reflection of her heart. Yet, weddings can be quite expensive nowadays, but the bridal gown does not have to be! Bridal stores across the country have a huge inventory of brand new sample wedding gowns that need to be out of their store and into brides’ hands! The gowns are beautiful, brand new designer wedding gowns! They are offering these gowns at incredible savings to you so any bride can have the bridal dress of her dreams at a price she can afford.

Styles Of Wedding Dresses

A-Line - The classic A-line style will flatter and slender almost any figure and is characterized by the fitted bodice with no waist but gently flares at or near the natural waistline.

Ball Gown - This classic and elegant style has a fitted bodice with the traditional full skirt.

Mermaid – Not for every shape, but beautiful on the not-so-hippy girls. Fitted tightly through the bodice, hips, and legs and flares at the bottom.

Sheath - These gowns are very fitted and almost tube-like in appearance.

Basque Waist - Waistline dips below natural waist forming a 'V' in the center Dropped - Waistline dips below natural waistline and sits more on hips Empire - High waistline just under bust Princess Cut - Many wedding gowns, especially A-lines, have no defined waist Natural - Waistline sits between the empire and dropped waistlines.

Empire - A flattering bodice that ends just below the bust, this style looks great on pregnant brides and petite women alike.