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 FIT GUIDE FOR Abbdress'S DRESS COLLECTION

 
Choose the perfect bridal gowns, evening dress, or formal dress styles for your body-type & wedding style.

A-Line

The A-line silhouette features a fitted bodice that gradually flares from the waist, creating a smooth, elongated line. A-line styles are flattering for all heights, shapes and sizes, as they miraculously help accent and create fabulous curves. A-line styles can be soft and fluid, or you may choose to enhance the shape and structure with the addition of a full slip.

Tip: This style dress fits closely on the bust and waist, therefore choose the size by using the larger measurement in those areas.

Ball Gown or Pick-Up

The ball gown is a classic dress shape that creates just the right proportion by balancing a fitted bodice with a voluminous skirt. The most traditional of all dress silhouettes, the ball gown adds curves by defining the waist and flowing gracefully into a full skirt. The skirt is great at hiding full hips and creating a gorgeous hourglass figure. This regal style looks great on most body types and is a perfect choice for a formal or romantic destination-inspired wedding. The PICK-UP gown is a modern interpretation of this silhouette, adding skirt interest and detail.

Tip: This dress style fits closely on the bust and waist, therefore choose the size by using the larger measurement in those areas. Strapless gowns should fit closely on the bust and bodice in order to provide adequate support, so pay special attention to the bust measurement. The hip should have a full and generous fit.

Sheath or Slip Dress

This lingerie-inspired dress features a slim profile that elegantly contours to your natural silhouette. Some sheaths have a flowing or column shape, while others closely follow the curves of the body. Either way, the look is stunning. Sheaths look fabulous on a long and lean figure, yet they can also make a petite or full-figured woman appear taller and statuesque. The sheath's versatile and glamorous styling make it perfect for an informal or beach wedding, as well as a modern chic affair at any location.

Tip: This slim dress style fits close on the bust, waist, and hips. All three areas are important to the fit, therefore choose the size by considering the largest measurement.

Mermaid or Trumpet

Also known as the fit-and-flare, this dress is fitted at the top and flairs dramatically around the knee. The feminine, hourglass silhouette accentuates the bust, waist and hips, so it is perfect for showing off your curves. This sophisticated style is an ideal choice for a glamorous bride in any setting.

Tip: This slim dress style fits close on the bust, waist, and hips. All three areas are important to the fit, therefore choose the size by considering the largest measurement.

Empire

This dress style features a bodice with a high waistline directly below the bust. The empire silhouette draws attention up and enhances your waist, while at the same time flattering your hips, making it a great look for most body types. The fabric and cut determine whether the look is soft and flowing (think Grecian Goddess) or more structured and classic.

Tip: The high waist is the signature of an empire dress and therefore the bust measurement is important. The style should fit snugly across the bust and midriff, yet flow at the waist and hip.

Tea-Length

Shorter tea-length dresses feature a hem that falls between the bottom of the knee and the bottom of the calf (typically several inches above the ankle), creating a look that is elegant, yet casual. The style is perfect for a modern bride getting married during the day or having an informal wedding. And it goes without saying that tea-length dresses are ideal for showing off your legs and a fabulous pair of shoes! Tea-length styles are also a popular choice for a second dress you can wear at your reception to dance the night away.

Tip: Tea-length dresses look lovely no matter where they hit your lower leg, so the exact length is really a matter of personal preference. As with other styles, the bust, waist, and hip measurements are important to the fit, therefore choose the size by considering your largest measurement.      
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