Corset Wedding Dresses for Your Victorian Theme

Corset wedding dresses are perfect for the bride, which can show her elegance with a bit of a sexy touch. Corset styled gowns first appeared in the Victorian era, which is why some call these dresses Victorian wedding dresses.

Victorian Wedding Dress

Corset wedding dresses can make a perfect figure for every bride. Not Everyone has a perfect figure, really. A corset will highlight your assets while minimize the imperfections. For example, small-busted or heavy-busted brides will enjoy the push-up effect that the corsets give, keeping your bust in position. If you have a short upper body, choose a corset that gives creates an illusion of a longer upper body. If you are full-figured, corset bridal dresses will give you a firm fitting, creating an hourglass look.

Corset wedding dresses now come in a range of materials, from silk and satin to even velvet. Not only that, you can choose a corset back wedding dress, a full one-piece corset, or a two-piece dress with corset top. Corsets also match with different types of sleeves. Go for the classic look in strap-less gown, or royalty in long-sleeved gown. Full figured brides will find sleeveless corset gown with a slightly low “V” neckline very flattering. Or you can go for the Cinderella look with romantic puffy sleeves.

Victorian Wedding Dress

Corsets are so versatile, you will find that you can wear them in gowns of almost any length, and you will look stunning. A full skirt with train is most fitting for a grand church ceremony. Tea length gowns give a fresh look and are suitable for either a garden or a beach wedding. And if bride wants to have something different, try to opt for wedding gowns in different colors. After all, it is your special day, so you get to decide what you really want to wear.

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