One Shoulder Bridesmaid Dresses

Wedding Dresses | December 07 2010 | by Jenny | 0 Comments

Each and every type of evening dress has its own charm and suits to a specific silhouette type. And for sure that the aim being to bring in the front line the best cards the challenge comes along with the fine taste and sense about knowing what to choose in order to hide different parts and make it as an overall gorgeous look.
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Especially when it comes about a major event the outfit problem becomes a desperately need of finding something original as pattern and at the same time something stylish for you. And in case of a wedding, in case of being in a bridesmaid posture another aspect interferes: the outfit is either chosen by the bride, as it is something imposed and undoubtedly inspired from the wedding theme. Not only to choose something but to be in the same consent with the event. Today’s proposal is the one shoulders bridesmaid dress.

To start with, the one shoulder dress type definition is about the asymmetric cut of the dress at the top part of it. It has just one shoulder covered or with a single strap added in order to create a different view than a common one.

In what cases should one consider the one shoulder bridesmaid dress type as an option for its maids of honors at the wedding? I believe that firstly it counts the wedding style, then the bridesmaids’ personal look. Starting with the first aspect mentioned the one shoulder gown is totally a formal outfit. It is elegant and refined as style as it can become a label for such a wedding type.

Going further, the bridesmaids look is a versatile subject. But generally speaking the one shoulder dress is suitable in many cases and even not counting the age or the body shapes. In one direction, it should have the empire waist, with accent exclusively and more for the above part of the dress, to the bust and the interesting design about just the single shoulder covered. On the other side, such a dress type can be aimed to hide the real line of the waist, the hips and at the same time to create a sort of visual illusion about a disproportional look. In other words, for a person with wide hips and not a generous bust or the same proportional measurements for the top part the balance is created through this cut of the dress.

Last, but not least, the one shoulder gown is the femininity symbol, with a slow tendency at the sexy appearance but a surely aim about creating a fancy, stylish and beautiful view about the maids of honors. It is exactly the balance you need: not too shrill, not a common appearance, something elegant and appropriate for such an event.11

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