May 2013 | Ideal Bride Magazine
If you find that you are often too short or too slender for clothes, you need to wear dresses that flatter your narrow frame, rather than swamp it. Complimentary wedding dress styles include; sheath, narrow A line, top half embellishments. Sheen fabrics & tea length dresses. If you are a delicate petite bride then avoid trumpet and ball gown styles.
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