It’s often believed that curvy people should wear only black clothes to seem more slender. In fact, dark colors really make plus sizes seem smaller but if you have nothing to hide, why not wear something bright and juicy, like this plus size prom dresses? You can be sure: you’ll have all their eyes on you!
From shades of coral to dusty pastels, you might want to reevaluate your current color selection. In tune with Pantone’s color of the year, we plan to see a lot of coral long puff sleeve wedding dress in the future—and we can’t wait! New shades Desert Coral and Sedona are dustier and deeper versions of the vibrant coral hue. Romantic takes on our brighter pastels (like Mint or Ice Blue) while Gem is a rich, jewel-toned option that flatters everyone.
We hope you enjoy this edition of one dress, three ways! Hopefully, this has given you some ideas on how you can showcase your own personal style on your wedding day, and make your beautiful wedding dresses your own. Accessories, decor, hair and makeup can completely transform your dress.
But, it’s entirely possible to occasionally wear a dress from a wedding to a church service. Keep in mind that your role in the wedding may have an impact on the dress selection. If you aren’t participating in the wedding, then you can wear almost any kind of dress. There’s no need for you to buy a dress that can only be worn once.