"Thank you for my dress! It was such a nice experience to be inn your shop. You are wonderful.

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Sincerely. Amanda

Here are some general guidelines to help you select the perfect gown for you.

  • If you have an hourglass or "curvy" figure, an A-line gown with a dropped waist and a sweetheart neckline is the perfect formula to flatter your figure. This shape will beautifully show of your wasit and chest.
  • If you are petite, you'll want to keep it simple by wearing a stunning sheath or modified A-line gown. Your small frame can get lost in a larger, more elaborate gown.
  • If you are pear shaped, you'll want to stay away from sheath gowns and go for a gown that focuses on the top half of your body, such as a strapless ball gown or an empire waist gown.
  • If you have a short waist, choose a gown that will make your body appear longer. Something fitted through the bodice, such as a dropped-waist sihouette will look gorgeous on you.
  • If you have a voluptuous figure, try an A-line dress which is the easiest silhouette for most women to wear. You also have an option of a ball gown which brings the attention away from your lower half. Don't be afraid to try a strapless dress, with the correct undergarments, you will look fabulous!
  • If your waist is undefined, try and Empire-waist gown, which flows from just under the bust all the way to the floor. This elongates your body and gives the appearance of a long and lean figure.
  • If you are tall and thin, a ball gown will add feminitity and shape to your slight figure.
  • If you are short and thin, a sheath gown will be just the right dress for you.