The ever-popular A-line dress is always lovely, but this wonderful sheath/column dress is pushing fit-to-flare silhouettes for spring! Curves ahead, ladies! (And I think every bride should give fit-to-flare dresses a try. They're more flattering than you might think!) 2)One-shoulder dresses are getting better and better!
There have been plenty of one-shoulder dresses on runways lately, but dresstores has a bunch of new spins on the single shoulder, including a ruffle-y shoulder, an illusion shoulder, and the drape-y-shouldered dress above—from theirSpecial Occasion collection—which I'm already planning on buying to wear tothis special occasion dress for my sister’s engagement party.
Would you wear a fit-to-flare wedding dress? Will you at least TRY one? (Pretty please?!) And are you a fan of one-shoulder dresses? Or are you looking for something a little more symmetrical?