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When it comes to the style of the gown, consider the look you want for the day.

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A defined waist and voluminous skirt, having "pouf". Flatters:


Thin build; adds curves

Pear shape; hides problem areas


A slim, figure hugging style with a skirt that flares out just below the knee. Flatters:

Trim curvy figures


A high waist that begins at the under-bust, usually with a slim or a-line skirt. Flatters:

Almost everyone!

Fit & Flare

Often confused with mermaid, Fit & Flare gowns also start with a slim fit, but flare out higher, at the seat, hip, or thigh.


Multiple fitted vertical panels extending in an A-line, graduating outwards from the hips. Flatters:


Petite, no waistline to cut the figure

Short-waisted; elongates body


A narrow, long-line form fitting gown, with a straight skirt that hangs straight to the floor. Flatters:

Shapely figures


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