Hey beautiful! An important occasion is in line and you are stuck in a clothing dilemma: what to wear Gowns and which style matches your body shape? The dress is mandatory in every woman’s wardrobe. Dresses have so many options – different embellishments, colors, and dresses. Perfect choice to wear on different occasions like black tie wedding, party, and event.
And did you know that there are different types of clothing for different body sizes? To help you choose the right one to suit your body style, we have compiled a list of different types of clothing. So let’s take a look.
Different types of gowns:
Formal evening gowns are long dresses that are suitable for wearing on formal/special occasions and are usually made of expensive dresses, which have beautiful embellishments and make the wearer stand out in the crowd.
Morning dresses are a comfortable long dress worn during the day.
The ball gown is the most common silhouette in dresses – with a tight bodice, narrow waist, and a floor-length skirt, with or without a tail. From Cinderella to modern fashionistas, this dress is definitely a timeless favorite. It is the most striking clothing. Ball gowns are dresses with a fitted bodice, skimming the waist with a skirt that touches the floor. This dress is Ideal for most body types, but looks great on pears, as it hides the lower body. Puffy skirts might be too overbearing on tiny women’s frames. So, if you are petite, choose a ball gown with less volume. Go for a classic color with shiny fabrics and rich details. A prom dress is a great option for evening dresses that will never go out of style. Plus they’re great if you want all eyes on you, such as your wedding and engagement.
The mermaid style is more timeless and continues to rise this season. The style of the mermaid dress is adapted to the knee or calves and then tapers to become a full skirt or runway. This style looks extremely elegant with a low cut that emphasizes the figure and the curvature of the back and hips. This is why it is perfect for hourglass women and even some pear-shaped women. Mermaid gowns have always been a party favorite, so opt for engagement, galas, or black-tie events.
In such a gown, the skirt is tightened at the hips and thighs but exits at the knees. This is achieved by cutting panels that flare up or attach a different fabric to the knees. The gown is also known as a trumpet gown.
Empire waist gown
Empire waist dresses are extremely fashionable and look royal. Empire-waist gowns have a high waist just below the breasts. They completely hide the belly and work very well for women with diamond and pear shapes. Even pregnant women like this style. If you want to increase your body shape and look flawless, then go for this attractive trend.
Modified A-line gown
This style is a modified version of the A cut dress. It draws through the choli and hips and gradually gives the hem an “A” shape. The modified A cut dress fits more than the traditional A cut dress. The silhouettes that involve curves are perfect for those similar to the waist, such as hourglasses, or for pear-shaped women with toned abs! Strawberry shapes can also shake! Rectangular shaped women can also find these stripes with a belt.
This style adapts to the body and expands on the thighs. A great option for women who have a thin waist, like hourglass and Petites. It is not a good option for pear-shaped bodies. It’s great for strawberry-shaped women too, because the reflection will give a balanced effect.
Bouffant skirt gown
This is a dress with a very wide skirt. This dress usually has a pleated skirt with a very puffy look – so the waist may look very small. The puffing look can be achieved by making the skirt in several layers of tulle fabric or using hoops or petticoats on the inside and/or using lots and lots of ruffled fabric.