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Wedding Gown Alterations Experts Share 5 Classic Silhouettes March 6, 2018

Midtown East, Manhattan
Wedding Gown Alterations Experts Share 5 Classic Silhouettes, Manhattan, New York

Shopping for a wedding dress can be exciting and magical. However, with so many options to choose from, it can be easy to feel confused about which style will suit you best. The team at 6 Avenue Tailor in New York City performs all types of wedding gown alterations and fittings, helping brides feel beautiful and confident. Below, they go over some of the most popular silhouettes to help you find the perfect dress for your big day.

5 Classic Wedding Gown Silhouettes

1. Mermaid

A mermaid silhouette is tailored closely to the body from the chest to the middle of the leg. At the knee, it flares out and sweeps to the floor in a dramatic flourish. As a tight-fitting piece, this silhouette is the perfect option for those who want to show off their curves. With the right wedding gown alterations, this style can highlight your best features and give you a sultry, flirty look.

2. Sheath

A sheath silhouette gives the wearer a simple and elegant appearance. From the neck to the hem, this style is relaxed and flowy, flaring out only slightly at the bottom. Because a sheath gown is typically a bit looser, it’s perfect for a more casual affair, such as a beach or outdoor wedding.

3. A-LineMidtown tailor

An A-line silhouette is tailored to the body from the bodice to the waist. At the waist, the dress billows out and flows down to the floor, giving the entire silhouette the look of a capital “A.” One variation on this style is the modified A-line, in which the dress is fitted from the bodice to the hips, but flares out to the floor more gradually.

4. Trumpet

The trumpet silhouette is halfway between a modified A-line and a mermaid design. It hugs the torso all the way down to the mid-thigh region, and then billows out and floats to the floor. This option is perfect for the bride who wants a tight dress but prefers a more relaxed cut on their lower half.

5. Tea-Length

The tea-length silhouette is a throwback to the glamour of the 1930s. It features a similar cut to a ballgown or A-line dress, but it stops at the knees. This style is typically worn for daytime events or courthouse weddings.

Once you find your perfect dress, visit the team at 6 Avenue Tailor for high-quality, customized wedding gown alterations. Having been in business for over three decades, they are considered one of the best Midtown tailors in the area. They even offer rush and same-day delivery, to ensure you get your garments as soon as possible. Give them a call today at (212) 593-1925 to schedule an appointment, and visit them online to learn more about their services.

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