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With so many wedding dress styles, it can be hard to know where to start!
Thinking about silhouettes can help narrow down the best dress for body types of all shapes and sizes.

Bride wearing a ball gown wedding dress.

ball gown

The regal ball gown silhouette is timeless and worthy of a fairy tale. This wedding dress style features a slim-cut bodice and full bell-shaped skirt that seems to float down the aisle.

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mermaid

The glamorous mermaid silhouette amplifies curves for a sultry result. An elongated bodice hugs the body, and the skirt flares out mid-thigh or at the knees, creating the hourglass effect.

Bride wearing a sheath silhouette wedding dress.

sheath

The sheath silhouette skims gracefully along, highlighting your body’s natural shape. The wedding dress style’s straight lines lengthen—and lend an effortless and modern air.

 Bride wearing an A-line silhouette wedding dress.

a-line

With its subtle and balanced lines, the A-line dress silhouette flatters all body types. The fitted bodice highlights your narrowest point, and the gradually flared skirt is easy to wear.

Bride wearing a separates wedding dress.

separates

A two-piece twist on the traditional wedding dress, separates, like a top and skirt set or a dress with a removable overskirt, allow you to switch things up for a second (or third) look.

Bride wearing a wedding jumpsuit.

jumpsuit

The jumpsuit is polished, modern, and fun. Whether slim-cut or wide-leg, pants ensure extra comfort from the ceremony all the way through the after-party.

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