We’ve talked about necklines on wedding dresses before but what about skirts? Luckily, our expert advice is on hand to show you how to pick the perfect shape for you…
Brilliant Ball Gowns
Brides can indulge in their wedding fantasies in Jasmine ball gowns this season. Designers have introduced several options that feature a ball gown style skirt, which is always a staple in wedding fashion. The skirts are full, soft, and flowing – everything you’d expect in a dramatic ball gown! Look for intricately beaded bodices, paired with yards of soft fabric, which are crafted into the most gorgeous bridal looks of the season.
The slight flare of an A-line skirt is flattering on all figures. This skirt shape, which is the most popular skirt at Jasmine, provides style and comfort, allowing brides to dance the night away. Jasmine designers create gowns with an accented waist and skirts that softly flow away from the body below the waist. The result is romance, elegance, and grace. This season, look for French Lace, hand-beaded details, and full trains on Jasmine’s A-line creations.
This soft skirt combines the shapes of A-line and Fit-and-flare gowns. These dresses are cut close to the body to show off curves, and have a slight A-line flare near the knees. This universal wedding look is perfect for brides who desire elegance yet prefer a less full skirt. Mermaid gowns are classic and ideal for all types of wedding themes. They can bridge the gap between a contemporary urban loft wedding and a romantic backyard garden affair.
These skirts allow brides to have the drama of a full ball gown, while still showing off their gorgeous figures. Fit-and-flare gowns by Jasmine hug the body from bodice to mid-thigh, and then flare out into a full, soft skirt creating a dramatic statement. These flattering gowns are one of the top choices for Jasmine brides. They are perfect for black tie affairs as they are both formal and sophisticated.
This cut is less traditional in bridalwear, but is becoming much more popular with the resurgence of vintage styling. Jasmine’s designers have chosen soft feminine fabrics and shapes for their column gowns. The column skirt, though less formal, in that it will be cut with a shorter train, can be a very versatile look. A sophisticated column gown can be cut in a French lace or slinky silk satin for a chic city loft or country manor wedding. While a floaty chiffon or organza column gown is the perfect cut for a destination wedding.