June 2013 | Ideal Bride Magazine
A pear body shape is characterised by a larger hip and bottom area, compared to a slender top half and small bust. Complimentary wedding dress styles include; strapless, halter neck, A line & spaghetti straps, these styles will give the impression you're smaller all over. If you are a perfect pear Bride then avoid tiered, fishtail and sheath styles, as they can make your hips appear larger.
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