Pronovias Fashion 2013 Wedding Dresses Collection

If you are going to tie the knot in 2013, then you should definitely take a look at Pronovias’ collection of wedding dresses when you are picking out a wedding dress. A classic is of course the strapless bustier dress which gives you a beautiful hourglass shape. The neckline of the bustier can either be straight or heart-shaped. The skirt can be a classic A-line shape but we are seeing more and more mermaid-dresses which are great for showing off your figure. When wearing a strapless bustier dress, you always have the option of buying a little bolero to wear on top of it. These boleros are usually made out of delicate lace with ¾ -length sleeves. They add some refinement to your outfit, but don’t be fooled, they are nothing but eye-catchers since they won’t keep you warm.

Another classic is the simple shoulder-strap dress. You can find these in pretty much any style ranging from an empire waistline, a drop-down waist, a mermaid dress and so on. Often times the shoulders or the waist are embellished with some rhinestones or beading. A shoulder-strap dress is a safe choice which will look good on any body shape. When your cup size is on the bigger side, you might feel more supported in this type of dress too. Other dresses which offer plenty of support are the halter dress and the high-neck dress. These types of dresses are great for showing off your toned arms. When it comes to your cleavage you can either flaunt what you have in a halter dress or cover it up in a high-neck dress. With the high-neck dress, instead of showing cleavage there’s a part of fabric which is usually see-through going all the way up to your neck. This way you have maximum support and security without looking too conservative.

Going for something memorable? Why don’t you try a quirky one shoulder-dress? They often come with embellishments on the shoulder or at the waist and are great for showing off long, elegant arms. You can choose plain white fabric or a full lace dress; it’s all up to you. Even a leg-revealing slit is an option! Feeling a bit conscious about your arms or having a winter wedding? Cover up your arms with a cape! The cape can be sown on to the shoulder straps of your dress and leave your cleavage uncovered or it can be a cape in the style of red riding hood which closes at the neck. Plenty of options when it comes to your choice of fabric with sheer fabrics, lace appliqué or completely made out of lace. When it comes to the length of your cape you can either opt for floor-gazing elegance or for a short, little cape which just covers your arms and back. Not feeling a cape but you do want your arms covered? Pronovias has even thought of that and offers you wedding gowns with sleeves!

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