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High Low

Can't decide between long and short?   Try a fashion-forward asymmetrical hem.  You can make this trend edgy, cute, or classic, depending on the style of the dress and accessories.

*Tip - Make sure you have a killer shoes to show off!

Two Piece

There is no rule that you have to wear a one-piece wedding dress on your big day.  Consider bridal separates like a trendy crop top style.  Or for a more subtle approach, add a long-sleeve lace top for a traditional style during the ceremony that can be easily transitioned into a party-perfect look at the reception.

*Tip - Remember you should show skin selectively.  If you choose a midriff baring style stick to a higher neckline.


The peplum trend is one we've seen come and go since the 19th century.  This popular style emphasizes the waist and gives volume to the hips to create an hourglass figure.   It's a great style for a bride who wants to add curves or balance out a large bust.  Keep the rest of your silhouette simple as the peplum is already an exaggerated detail and it can speak for itself.
If you are searching for a trendy yet classic look the peplum may be your answer.

*Tip - A peplum can make you look curvier or shorter so try it with high heels or platforms!


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