Fitted Bodice Silhouette Bridesmaid Dresses

Fitted bodice bridesmaid dress is the perfect choice for brides who want a versatile style for their wedding. Often it can be challenging for a bride to choose bridesmaid dresses because of the different body types of her bridesmaids. Fortunately, a fitted bodice would look good on almost all types of a bridesmaid’s body.

A fitted bodice is a dress or gown with a tight fit upper garment. This dress is fitted on the upper part of the body that usually extends from the shoulder to the waist or in some designs down to the knee. You can dress your bridesmaids in the same color but in different styles and designs depending on their body type. There are many styles of fitted bodice that compliments a variety of body types. [Continue reading..]

Bridesmaid Dress Style 165

Style 165

Mermaid Fitted Bodice Bridesmaid Dress

Fitted to the body from the chest to the knee and flaring out to the hem, this daring design is best worn by slender figures, both short and tall. A voluptuous bridesmaid who wants to show off her curves will feel as if this is the perfect dress. This bridesmaid dress has a very sexy look that accentuates body curves so you must be confident and comfortable in wearing this dress

Empire Fitted Bodice Bridesmaid Dress

This dress featured a high waist that is fitted in the upper torso with a straight, soft and flowing skirt that falls to the hem for a simple, stylish and classic look. This dress looks good on most body types. For bridesmaids who have smaller bust, this dress may help create an illusion of a fuller bust by adding fabric embroideries like floral embellishments, beads, or crystals, and draw attention to the chest and neckline. This dress is also perfect for hiding other unwanted body parts such as long torso, wide hips or short legs.

The Trumpet Fitted Bodice Bridesmaid Dress

Fitted through the body, the skirt on this dress flares out mid-thigh, creating a semi-full skirt without extra volume and bulk. It is often confused with the mermaid as they are quite similar in style although the trumpet is not quite as fitted as the mermaid's outline. The cut is between a modified A line and a mermaid cut. This style is ideal for body frames with small waists, such as the hourglass and petites. Bridesmaids with wide hips and torso should refrain from using this style as it accentuates stomach and hip area.

A Line Fitted Bodice Bridesmaid Dress

This style is fitted at the bodice and gently flows out to the ground resembling the shape of an A. Because of its classic and simple style, the A line dress is perfect for any occasion. The style is ideal for all figures particularly those with a larger bust. The full skirt of the A line can also hide a larger lower body, or create the illusion of curves on small frames.

Modified A Line Fitted Bodice Bridesmaid Dress

A modified A line is a modern version of the A line.
Fitted on the bodice to just below the hips then gradually flares to the hem, forming an A shape. The skirt of a modified A line dress fits better to the body compared to the traditional A line.

Mini Fitted Bodice Bridesmaid Dress

A tight fitting dress with a hem that falls just above the knee. The mini dress is about highlighting a bridesmaid’s assets and not good for hiding unwanted body parts. Brides should recommend this style to their petite bridesmaids.

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