Rosepetal Bridesmaid Dresses

The rosepetal bridesmaid dress is the newest favorite color for the modern bride. The rosepetal color signifies happiness and admiration, two traits that all brides hope to achieve in their marriage. The rosepetal color is a muted pink so it does not have the saccharine look that other pink shades contain.

Silhouettes for Rosepetal Bridesmaid Dresses

There are many styles of bridesmaid dresses that look good in the rosepetal color. It is just a matter of choosing the right silhouette for your rosepetal bridesmaid dress. In fashion, silhouette refers to the line of a dress or the overall shape of the garment. [Continue reading..]

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Silhouettes are important when discussing the shape and cut of bridesmaid dresses and formals. The type of silhouette that you will choose can dramatically emphasize and alter your appearance. Different dress silhouettes are made to flatter and enhance different body shapes along with matching the formality level or the theme of different weddings.

Many fashion designers agree that the ball gown is the most traditional bridesmaid dress silhouette. Often associated with fairy tales, a rosepetal bridesmaid dress in a ball gown silhouette is ideal for the formal wedding setting. Take a cue from actress Kaley Cuoco who walked down the aisle in a pink tulle ball gown designed by Vera Wang.

The style is flattering on any body type because it is fitted in the chest down to the torso and flares at the waist into a multilayered skirt. The full skirt of the ball gown helps bridesmaids with a pear body shape to camouflage their hips.

The waist line of an empire silhouette is directly under the bust and it flares slightly from the waist down. If you do not have a defined waist, then an empire style would be a good choice for your rosepetal bridesmaid dress. However, this style will not flatter an hourglass figure.

The sheath silhouette is form fitting from the bust down to the length of the thighs. The style will flatter a bridesmaid with a thin body frame. Conversely, the form fitting style does not look good on petite and full figured women.

If you have the curves and you want to accentuate them, try the mermaid silhouette. The design is fitted to the knee and flares down dramatically. The mermaid style gives emphasis on leg and torso length. Reality star Kim Kardashian looked sensational in a body hugging ruffled mermaid dress in her wedding to basketball player Kris Humphries in August 2011.

The A-line silhouette will flatter most body types. The style has a fitted chest and torso similar to the ball gown. However, the A-line skirt is not as full when compared with the ball gown. The A-line design creates a smooth and flowing line from the torso down to the floor, with the overall body shape looking like the letter A. Celebrity Ivanka Trump did a Grace Kelly imitation with her lace illusion A-line gown for her 2009 wedding.

The princess silhouette is a specialized version of the A-line cut. The princess style uses a single sheet of fabric to make the front of the bridesmaid dress from above the chest down to the ground to create a smooth flat shape. Petite women might want to consider this style for their rosepetal bridesmaid dresses because the seamlessness creates an illusion of height.

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