A-Line Silhouette Bridesmaid Dresses

An A line bridesmaid dress is a classy and enduring style. The A line design was popularized by actress Audrey Hepburn half a century ago and is still very much in style today.

A line bridesmaid dresses rank at the top of the list when it comes to fashion classics. It is one of the most versatile and timeless dress styles as it is always revived in the fashion world. It is common to see the A line style in dresses and skirts. [Continue reading..]

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An A line bridesmaid dress is considered to be universally flattering because it is fitted at the top and flares out at the waist. The dress will emphasize a bridesmaid’s upper body while slimming her hips.

An A-line bridesmaid dress looks great with almost any size and shape as the style creates a flattering silhouette. However, it is especially suited for women who have rectangular, pear, oval and inverted triangle body shapes. Brides may choose separates in A-line style so that her bridesmaids will be able to wear the separate pieces in other occasions.

The term A-line was first used by French designer Christian Dior as a label for his spring collection in 1955. The A-line bridesmaid dress were popular back in the 1960’s and 1970’s, disappeared from the fashion trend in the early 1980’s and made a comeback in the late 1990’s.

The Classic A-Line Bridesmaid Dress Look

The Audrey Hepburn classy look can be achieved, when you wear an A-line bridesmaid dress by styling your hair in a ponytail, a bun, a chignon or any kind of hairstyle as long as your hair is tied up.

Having a hairstyle that keeps your hair away from your face will give you a polished and neat look and also clear the silhouette of the A-line bridesmaid dress, draw attention to your waist.

The A-line style will also allow bridesmaids to flaunt their sexy curves. If you do not have the curves you can still look sexy in an A-line bridesmaid dress by wearing a belt to create an illusion of having those sexy curves. It will bring emphasis and attention to your waist. Wearing a corset under your A-line bridesmaid dress will help create an attractive proportioned look.

Meanwhile, if you have a petite frame, an A-line bridesmaid dress that rests just above the knee will look good on you. The gradual widening of an A-line bridesmaid dress from the waist to your legs will help you look taller. A V-neckline will add a vertical length to your look and help draw attention to your upper body.

Complement your A-line bridesmaid dress with a pair of high heels to also create an illusion of height. The right pair of shoes can elongate and make your legs look slimmer.

For tall and slender women, you can wear your A-line bridesmaid dress in any length that you choose. A-line bridesmaid dresses will always have that timeless look so choose accessories that are simple and understated. A pair of pearl earrings, a necklace with a small pendant or a bracelet will still create a visually striking look.

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