Every bride wants to look her very best on the big day in a dress that's perfect for her body. Whether you've spent hours toning your arms or were simply blessed with a behind to rival Pippa Middleton, let your wedding dress work with you to show off your most confident, beautiful self.
If you've got amazing arms
Been sculpting those biceps and want to show off your slender, graceful shoulders? Then this Romona Keveza gown is the style for you. The delicate floral appliqués and billowing tulle overskirt create drama at the bottom, while the sweetheart neckline draws attention to your favourite upper-body feature.
If you've got a shapely stomach
The skimming sheath style of this Tony Ward Taranis gown is a tip top choice if you've got a trim and toned tum. The unfussy skirt fits beautifully from the waist and the sheer detail on the bodice does just enough to show off a super lean torso.
If you've got a Beyonce-worthy bottom
A bias-cut satin gown is the ultimate in figure-hugging elegance. The Elizabeth Fillmore Whisper gown, with its dainty lace sleeves and sumptuous silk skirt, is just perfect for the pertest of bottoms! The almost liquid-like materiel flows towards the floor, flattering in all the right places without restricting your movements, making it the ideal style for dancing the night away.
If you've got an teeny-tiny waist
If you consider your waist your greatest asset, then an A-line gown is the only way to go. The definitive divide between the top and skirt of the dress will draw everyone's eyes to the slimmest part of your body. This Mira Zwillinger Alexis dress is a prime example: the point at which the detailed top meets the graceful skirt draws the eye, whilst the cap-sleeved capelet and flowing hemline accentuates your slim middle further.
If you've got a beautiful back
The Galia Lahav Elle gown is impossibly beautiful from the front, but if you're looking to make a real statement as you walk down the aisle, then its dramatically low back is all you need. The delicate edging frames the back perfectly, ensuring all eyes are firmly where they belong; on the bride.
If you've got killer cleavage
The deep V-neck of this Ines di Santo Splendor gown make it the most effortlessly flattering style if you're keen to show off a delicate décolletage. The neckline gives a striking twist to a classic princess style, while the expanse of the ballgown skirt provides a slimming contrast.
If you've got the lot
Sheer tulle and a nude slip give the Monique Lhuillier Brooke gown a 'barely there' appearance, but look closely and you'll spot the prettiest embroidery. Layers of soft tulle float around the gown to make sure you're flattered from every angle.
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