When you’re shopping for a dress, you want to know exactly what you’re looking for. This can be difficult to do if you don’t know all the proper wedding dress terms and lingo. The following information will help ensure that you get precisely the dress you want.
Gathers or folds in a wedding dress. This is a very common aesthetic element in dresses of all kinds.
Raised designs on fabric.
The top of the dress looks like the top of a heart.
The fabric that hangs from the back of the dress and is pulled along with the bride. Trains can vary from short to extremely long.
A neckline in which the back portion is high and the front is low; a very dramatic look and a beautiful one as well.
Silhouette Wedding Gown
A silhouette wedding gown is one that hugs the curves of the body. It can hug the body all the way down, or it can feature a body-hugging bodice with a fuller, flaring skirt.
These are some of the most confusing wedding gown terms, so it helps to know exactly what they mean. If you’re ever confused about what you’re looking for, don’t be afraid to ask the assistants at your bridal boutique! They are, after all, there to help.