Things to Know on A-Line Wedding Dresses
Many women are not aware of those styles that come with the design of a wedding dress, let alone know which one should be the appropriate for their body shape! But once they need to start planning their wedding day they become interested in these styles in order to know what is there available for the design of their wedding dress.
To summarize, we can say that there are five main styles: empire, column, mermaid, ball gown and A-Line wedding dress style, the latter being the most popular one among the brides all over the world.
The style is described by a skirt that starts to widen from the fitted waistline towards the hem. The format of A-line wedding dress will make one think of the capital letter A as it falls down to the floor or depending on the length that the skirt is designed with.
Another thing that you are maybe curious to find out of is the time when this style was brought into the fashion world and its creations. Well, the term was firstly used by Christian Dior for labeling one of his collections released in the spring of 1955.
One other aspect that characterizes this style is that it was almost gone by the 80s to revive by the retro trend of the 90s. But at this time the A-line wedding dress style was more the one to describe a dress which was wider at the hips than it was at waist or bust along with those flared skirt styles.
Nowadays A-line wedding dresses replicate the same design that was originally create for this type of a dress style having as well additional details to embellish the bridal attire in a unique way. Many brides choose this style because it fits almost all the body shapes and sizes, not to mention that all of these brides feel very confident and comfortable with themselves when wearing this style.