Different Designs of Wedding Gowns


Different designs of wedding gowns are all great for different themes for the big day itself. Find out about different designs of wedding gowns with help from an LA-based fashion & beauty publicist and writer with 20 years experience in the media in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Robin Doyle. And today, we're at Unique Vintage, talking about the different designs of wedding gowns. Congratulations, you're engaged and now you're starting to look for your wedding gown. But where to begin? There are so many options, it's hard to know where to even start, especially if you, you know, you don't know exactly what you want. Today, I'm going to talk about three different designs of wedding gowns and they're all very popular. They are the A line, the ball gown and the mermaid style or the trumpet style dress. Now, the first one I'm going to talk about is the A line. And the A line dress is tapered over at the bodice and it starts to go down fuller all the way down to the bottom, kind of in the shape of an A actually. It's a very flattering cut for most body figures. The second one I'm going to speak about is the ball gown or the Cinderella style dress, think princess. It has a very fitted waist and goes down into a full skirt and it's a lot of dress. So, my only suggestion is that, if you're a very petite person, this might not be the best option because it's very overwhelming, it's a lot of fabric. The third option that's very popular these days, is the mermaid or the trumpet style dress. Which is, has a very fitted bodice that goes all the down to your knees and then, right about the knee line, below the knee, it comes down to a very full skirt. So, if you really want to show off your curves, this is a great style and also at the same time, you've got that full skirted effect. So, you really feel like a princess, you kind of have it all with this style. So, these are the designs of, different designs of wedding dresses. I'm Robin at Unique Vintage, thanks for watching.


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