The silhouette of your wedding dress depends on your body shape. You may have a pear shape, hourglass shape, rectangular shape, apple shape, round shape, or others. You can choose from a wide neckline, mermaid, A-frame, ball-gown, and other silhouettes accordingly. The Australian wedding dress designers have experience, expertise, and specialization in creating the most attractive combinations of silk, cotton, velvet, wool, and other synthetic materials in the construction. Handmade embroidery works over the entire fabric make the dresses luxurious in design.
The empire silhouette has an open bust with a high waist and no shoulder straps. Some of the designers may include an inbuilt-bra with full-tape across the bust-line. It supports the bust-line and prevents the drop-down of the bust with resilient construction.
Empire style is recommended when your bust size is small and your physique is highly curvy in shape. The waistlines and hiplines are firm with solid support for your lower back. Hollow to the floor is relatively straight with firm support for your thighs and knees. Your dress designer in Australia can add a few inches to the hemming part to support wearing high-heel shoes.
Inverted Triangle Silhouette
An inverted triangle shape can be ball-gown, short, or the trumpet style. The ball gown is most popular among those who love classical and vintage era designs. They are ideal for wearing in church weddings. They transform you into a royal and sophisticated class with perfection in every part of the design.
The tendency of the trumpet design is to flare up from the middle section of your hips. The fabric can be completely or partially laced. The volume of embroidery works over the surface gives an extra element of classical appeal. You may wear it for the customary wedding ceremonies with a topping to cover the bust-line which may be too revealing. The best part is you can take out the top after the wedding during the party time.
Short inverted triangle silhouette covers only to the knees or a few millimetres above or below. You can wear them during the post-marriage beach parties or similar locations where you celebrate with your friends. The dress is highly informal and aesthetic in appeal. You may choose a strapless neckline or thin threading for the straps.
Almost all the inverted triangle silhouettes come with an inbuilt bra and firm bust-line. The back is usually zip-up with only a few designers opting for the button up or other closing patterns. The hemline could be wide to create a vintage sensation. Or it could be small but not too narrow.
The wedding dress design is supposed to shape your outlook into that of a mermaid, and that is exactly what it does. Two shoulder straps connect the bust-lines of the dress to the back-line. The shape may seem like from the bust to the hip and waist where it expands slightly put. Then it curves inward until it touches the knees. Then it simply flares out until the hemline at the bottom.