Tuesday, March 7, 2017

How to Distinguish Mermaid and Trumpet Wedding Dress

In general, we may mix the mermaid dress and trumpet dress, think that they are in the same style, but in fact, there are some differences between them, here we would talk about how to distinguish mermaid and trumpet styles. Read on the below content, and hope these would give you some help.
Queen Anne lace mermaid wedding dress
Mermiad Wedding Dresses: For a dress that contours to the body this slim, tapered, curve-hugging style follows the line of your hips and thighs and then flares out below the knee. With a cut that hugs so closely to the hips, this silhouette works best for brides looking to show off their curvy figures.
Trumpet Wedding Dresses: Often confused with a mermaid silhouette, a trumpet silhouette has a straight-lined bodice (unlike the body-hugging one of a mermaid silhouette) that subtly flares toward the hem, creating a semi-full skirt (shaped like the bell of a trumpet) starting at the knee. It’s another popular option for flaunting your curves, but it’s slightly easier to move around in.
When buying mermaid or trumpet style as your wedding gown, you should take your figure in mind. Not everyone can choose this style, such as petite women and plus size women, when buying your wedding gown, remember to listen to the advices of consultants.