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How to Find the Perfect Wedding Dress Toronto for Your Body Type

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By the time you’re ready to start wedding dress Toronto shopping, you’ve probably amassed a pretty nice-sized wish list about your dream gown. But how do you find the best wedding dress Toronto for your body type? Most bridal shops will only let you book an hour-long appointment. And, while one hour is plenty of time to try on dresses, if you can narrow down your options before stepping foot in the dressing room, you’re in for a much more pleasant, laid-back shopping experience.

One easy way to limit your options is to choose the best wedding dress Toronto for your body type by finding a silhouette that will highlight your best-loved assets and conceal your less-favorable traits. To start, figure out which of our five featured body types best defines your figure: Petite, plus size, busty, hourglass or lean and straight. And remember, you may not fit squarely into one category — most people don t! Take Kim Kardashian: She’s petite, busty and has (insane) hourglass curves. And, her wedding dress Toronto (ahem, the Givenchy Haute Couture one she wore a few years back to marry Kanye West) with its sheath silhouette, modest neckline, and waist-baring cut-outs, was the perfect complement to her shape.

Along with finding the right gown for your body type, there are a few other things that can help make your wedding dress Toronto shopping experience as easy as possible. First, trust your consultant and don’t be afraid to try on gowns he or she suggests that fall outside of your traditional comfort zone. Also, shop with a supportive crew! Miss Negativity does not deserve a sacred spot on the “yay-or-nay” team. And finally, do your makeup and hair. It will be much easier to imagine wearing one of these gowns on your wedding day if you don’t look like you just rolled out of bed.

Well, what are you waiting for? Book your appointment and start reading to see how to find the best wedding dress Toronto for your body type!

Wedding Dress Toronto for Petite Body Types

Petite brides should avoid overwhelming their small frame. Choose airy sheaths and structured trumpet styles over big, frothy ball gowns.

A form-fitting shell underneath a gossamer tulle skirt is the perfect way to wear a more voluminous silhouette.

For petite brides, simple reigns supreme, and this chic silk crepe number is minimalism at its best.

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The substantial straps on this plunging V-neckline gown draw the eye upward elongating your frame.

An empire waistline is a great style for petite figures. It creates the illusion of long legs.

A dropped-waist or mermaid silhouette isn’t off limits. Just opt for slim, more structured skirts over wide, poofy ones.

When done right high-low hemlines can be an asset, and may even make your legs look longer.

Skip 3D accents — like luxe blooms — in favor of intricate embroidery, light beading and one-dimensional appliques for design details that won’t overwhelm.

This trumpet gown with draped lace ruffle and tulle skirt feels ball-gown-grand, while still maintaining the lengthening lines of a sheath.

A sheath’s continuous line creates the illusion of height. Plus, it’s super easy to hem!

Wedding Dresses for Plus-Size Body Types

Whether you want to create the illusion of a smaller frame or celebrate your curves, we’ve got you covered (or uncovered).

An empire waistline creates a lengthening effect while these fluttery chiffon sleeves act as the most ethereal cover up.

A lace illusion neckline is equal parts daring and demure, and it’s an especially slimming look when paired with a cummerbund-style waistline.

Minimize your waistline with design details that draw the eye inward (think bodycon seams, but with crystals).

A high neckline, sheath silhouette, and slight train are the ultimate trio to help you look long and lean.

A high neckline, sheath silhouette, and slight train are the ultimate trio to help you look long and lean.

A dark-colored sash is a simple way to make your middle look trim.

Intricate silver embroidery adds infinite allure but not a bit of bulk to a simple silhouette.

A scoop neckline shows off your voluptuous shape and lets you avoid a strapless bra!

A basque waistline enhances an hourglass figure. This modern, less severe interpretation gets it right.

Strategic draping on an unembellished gown can add drama and define curves.

Wedding Dresses for Busty Body Types

If you’re a busty bride, you’ve got two choices: reveal or conceal. Either way, finding the right gown starts with pinpointing the perfect neckline.

A square neckline looks great on almost anyone, but it’s especially great for the well-endowed because its not too revealing.

Strapless gowns can be tough for brides with a larger bust, but the straight-across version actually minimizes your assets.

If you’re set on a sweetheart neckline, try one with straps and a full skirt to balance your busty frame.

Another sweetheart idea we love? This “modesty” lace detail that keeps your cleavage in check.

This structured off-the-shoulder neckline offers a subtle curve that minimizes a large bust.

Plunging V-necklines are typically too risquè for big-busted girls, but this more subtle dip gets it right.

Generally slinky material is a no-no for larger busts, but the draped cowl neckline makes this 20s-style gown more of a go-to.

A subtle dip won’t hide your curves completely, but it will soften your sex appeal.

Illusion “skin-baring” details are a big-busted girls bestie. This sheer scoop neckline is every bit ethereal.

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