Designer gowns are the rage this season as Indian weddings have begun to include cocktail parties and themed receptions to their long list of functions. Here are a few ways you could experiment with gowns on your wedding. Special mention to the designer, Miss Elle - Mannat Lamba for sharing her knowledge with us; the pics as well.
The Mermaid Look The mermaid cut will emphasise on your curves, as it fits you in the right places. This gown type is recommended to brides with an hour glass figure as it's a figure hugging dress that flares at the bottom. Ball Gown Now, haven't all the brides dreamt of going to a royal ball and finding their prince charming? You've finally found him, so show off you're your collarbones and slim waist with the ball gown. This creates the illusion of curves and gives the brides with a banana type figure a full skirt below.
A-line Skirt This is the most comfortable and easy to carry type of gown out there. As the name suggests, it opens downward in the form of an A and is the most flattering gown style for any body shape. Sheath Dress Also known as the column type of gown, this is a straight gown that follows your natural body type. It is basically the wedding version of a maxi, so if you aren't afraid to show off your natural curves or lack of them, this is the boldest decision you could make. Add ons There are tons of additional details you can add to your wedding gown. For example, a net or lace back that shows off your shoulder blades, netted sleeves, a trail behind your gown to give you the complete wedding look, one shouldered gown, boat necked gown or a big bow on your waist if you're willing to experiment.