By far the most flattering of all bridal silhouettes, the A-line gown refers primarily to its skirt, which sits easily at the waist and gently flares out to a soft and sometimes more structured flare. This classic, timeless silhouette has the unique ability of adding length to the wearer, particularly when the skirt is clean and unobstructed with by details. The A-line flatters all body types but is ideal for concealing a larger bottom-half. The flared hem also makes the waist visually appear smaller by contrast. A bride of any height can easily pull off an A-line.
This silhouette A-line gown can look very architectural and modern when cut in a heavier, structured fabric like gazar or radzmir which gives it strength and body and is perfect for a formal, evening ceremony if you're looking for a chic, tailored look. A-line dresses cut in softer fabrics, like tulle or light washed organzas, can have a sweet, naïve appeal and might be ideal in a less formal setting, like a country, garden or seaside wedding.