Has you can see every month we dedicate a post to a style of wedding gown. It’s time to discuss the style of the month. Last month, we discussed straight and sleek column gowns (you can see it HERE). Today we’re spotlighting ball gowns with tiered ruffle skirts. A style that flatters all body types!
The model Serenata from the 2015 Rosa Clará collection is a sweet heart neckline ball gown with a beaded and rebrode lace bodice. The beaded bodice draws the eye upward and minimizes the waistline. The delicate bow knot is every bit ethereal.
This model is flattering for small-busted brides. The sweetheart neckline creates an illusion of curves.
The Sharon model from the 2015 Rosa Clara collection is a strapless striped garza ball gown with hemstitch detailing. The cascading ruffles adds curves for brides with an inverted triangle or rectangular body shape and conceals the hips of the curvy hourglass bride. Make an appointment at your nearest store to see how this model looks on you!
Elongate your midsection with the model Shelly from the 2015 Rosa Clara collection. It is a ball gown made of mikado cotton and a tiered organza skirt with an optional beaded belt. Strapless gowns can be tough for brides with a larger bust, but the straight-across version actually minimizes your assets. The exaggerated dropped waist and tiered ruffles keep all eyes on feminine form.
What do you think of the tiered ruffle skirt? Or are you a traditional bride who prefers princess skirts like THIS?
You can see the entire collection HERE