If you are searching for a wedding dress which is both sleek and spectacular, then you should consider getting a mermaid style (alternatively known as trumpet bottom) wedding dress for your big day. This style of dress is often regarded as one of the sexiest styles of wedding dress that you can choose, because the design allows you to show off all of your curves properly.
These dresses follow the natural curves of the body from top to bottom, and then flair out below the knees into a “trumpet” shaped fuller skirt. They are an ideal choice for a bride who wants to embody sexy, sophisticated and confident, all in one.
Although fashion bloggers often recommend this type of dress for people with slender figures, plus size mermaid wedding dresses are available, which have been designed especially for women with fuller figures. These designs normally include extra design feature, so that you can make the most of your body shape.
If you do want to wear a mermaid style, it is important that you choose the right undergarments to go with the dress. This is especially true if you are looking at plus size mermaid wedding dresses. Because these designs are so form fitting, if you are not wearing the correct (properly fitting) underwear, you could end up looking “lumpy” or you could develop unsightly rolls which will not look sexy.
Choosing the right underwear to wear under your gown will help you to feel more confident. The best choice for plus size women is an all in one undergarment, which will offer support and shape. You may also want to wear an additional slip over your underwear, because this will help to hide the pant lines.
For plus size ladies with a larger bust, mermaid dresses with straps or sleeves are a good idea, because this will help to support your bust properly. Strapless gowns may not stay up properly, and you could end up having an embarrassing “wardrobe malfunction”. If you have a smaller bust, strapless gowns can help to accentuate your figure.
If you have larger hips or a fuller bottom, it is essential that you do where a slip as well to protect you from the unsightly bulges associated with visible panty lines. The dress will be tightest over this area, and the lines will show if you do not take action. Remember that people will be looking at your back for part of the ceremony.