We caught up with our fabulous designer Veni Infantino for part 2 of our series on gowns she recommends for the fuller figure. Read part 1 here.
Fun and fabulous Didima, style number 69587 is a great dress for the fuller figure as it gives incredible support whilst showing off the best of a woman’s curves. The lace and tulle bodice is intricately beaded and is tight and figure hugging. It comes with a sweetheart neckline which has a sheer net inset behind the plunge to ensure there is no danger of escaping. This dress has a high back and is sheer at the top, but fully lined to the area needed to cover where body creases naturally occur on the lower back. The layered ruffle skirt is romantic as well as show-stopping and will hide the legs if this is something you are conscious of. This is a fun gown and would suit ladies with a big, fun personality!
Another great dress for curvy brides is our timeless Duccia, style 69588. Brides to be have told us they love the corset style back of this dress. It is a feminine and floaty, romantic A-line style ball gown. The elegant v-neckline sits quite high for full support and the appliques on the sheer net sleeves sit in places to cover the parts of the arms women are conscious of. The gown has a natural waistline and flows out covering the hips and the legs. What we love about this gown is the luxury feel of the beading to the bodice and the of sparkle tulle in the skirt which will shimmer in the light as you walk.
For a beautiful romantic look, you might like to opt for Dileta, style 69589. Made from lace, tulle and organza this is a great gown for highlighting the waist and hiding larger hips and legs. The organza skirt features pleats which ensure the gown flows out beautifully. The back of the stunning beaded sweetheart bodice is open but is again high enough and structured to ensure any natural body creases on the lower back are covered. The look is completed with sparkle straps and bridal covered buttons on the back.
We hope you see something here perfect for your wedding day. Stay tuned to our blog for our third and final part of the fuller figure series.