Our Favorite Wedding Dress Styles, Which One is Right For You?

November 18, 2020

Our clients always ask, "What's the difference between all these dress styles?" We decided to break it down for you. Enjoy! 

Ball Gown: The noble Ball Gown silhouette is timeless, traditional, and worthy of a fairy tale or Royal Wedding. This wedding dress style features a slim-cut, body fitting bodice and a full, bell-shaped skirt that seems to float and glide effortlessly down the aisle.

Featured Ball Gown is the Archelois in our, Amore Mio Collection.



A-line: The sensible A-line silhouette features subtle and balanced lines, flattering all body types. The fitted bodice hugs and highlights your most slender point. The skirt progressively flares the closer it gets to the floor.

Featured A-line is the light and romantic Camille Gown.



Mermaid: The dazzling Mermaid silhouette magnifies curves for a sexy expression. An longer-than-normal bodice tightly hugs the body, and the skirt extends out around mid-thigh or at the knees, creating the classic hourglass effect. (Not to be confused with the similar style, Trumpet, which flares more gradually).

Featured Mermaid is the enchanting and bold Khaleesi Gown.




Sheath: The sophisticated Sheath silhouette elegantly flows to your unique curvature, to show off your body’s natural shape. This wedding dress style is made to lengthen and create an effortless and chic vibe.

Featured Sheath is our modern and refined Adelie.



Tea Length: The tasteful Tea Length silhouette classically features the skirt that falls below the knee and above the ankle. This wedding dress style is made for the rebellious, empowered bride who seeks modern style over tradition.

Featured Tea Length is our very own Solana, perfect for a City Hall Wedding!