On the day of your wedding, you will be the most beautiful. Store your complexes in the closet and make your silhouette plump, or even generous, your best asset! As with all morphologies, certain shapes, materials and colors are to be preferred, or to be avoided. Follow the guide!
I focus on my strengths
You have rather large indeed, but your morphology is also made to enhance other characteristics. So choose your wedding dress according to extrareference, the first advice is to focus on your strengths. A generous chest, elegant legs, a neck to unfold… focus on what’s going on, and forget what’s wrong. Once your strengths are identified, it will be easier to choose the appropriate outfit that will make you sublime. Plump women very often have a pretty significant size. Is that your case? It will have to be highlighted!
I avoid the wrong steps
Of course, each morphology has its lot of clothes and accessories to avoid. The same goes for your wedding dress. Thus, the corset is to be banished. If it refines the size, it moves the curves and can make them appear in unsightly places. So it is better to opt for a strapless dress that will shape your pretty chest. However, be careful to choose the right underwear and especially suitable bra, one that will put your cleavage while structuring. Also, forget the petticoat style petticoat and the frous-frouses that will accentuate your shapes. You can instead play with the fabric and folds to refine your silhouette.
I adapt the shape of my dress to my morphology
There are the models that we love, and those that go. And here, all is history of lucidity! So, not to mark your curves, forget the models too tight and very close to the body. Prefer against by the fluid forms or “princesses” that will highlight your waist and your chest hiding small unsightly bulges. As for the top of the dress, if your shoulder line is marked, choose an American neck or boat. Generally speaking, prefer minimally structured dresses with an integrated bustier. Concrete ideas? A dress made up of a fluid low-waisted skirt and a lace bustier or a sheath dress.
I pay attention to the matter
If you are round, the material of your wedding dress also has its importance. In general, prefer satin and matte fabrics but avoid overloaded and decorated models. A chic lace, some feathers or small pearls, but nothing more. The more simple and refined the outfit, the more she will show off.
I dare color
If you’ve always dreamed of getting married in white dress, no problem. The white, the off-white, the cream are timeless hues and that go to all the morphologies. But if you want a wedding full of pep, nothing prevents you to choose brighter colors. Turquoise blue for example or even chocolate, will make you the most beautiful of brides!
I put my face in value
You are focused on your body, but have you thought about your face? Yes, the choice of your wedding dress should also be made according to the shape and complexion of your face, not just your localized curves. So if you have a round face, forget the dresses with wide straps or with wide sleeves. It is again better to leave on a pretty bustier refined. If you have a clear complexion, opt for a matt and non-satin fabric, for example muslin. If you have a dark complexion, a light-colored dress will enhance your face.
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