Mermaid Wedding Gowns: It is the shape is defined by a slim, tapered, curve-hugging skirt that follows the line of the hips and thighs and flares out below the knee. The best for Brides with hourglass figures who want to show off their curves. You'd better not choose it if You know you don’t want something tight; this style is constricting.
Column Wedding Dresses: This formfitting style follows the body’s natural line and doesn’t flare out. It’s also referred to as a sheath. For petite women it should be a good choice, since this slim shape adds length. This silhouette also looks great on brides with sleek figures. Don't choose it if You’re pear-shaped. This silhouette will make you look unbalanced.
A-Line Wedding Dresses: As its name implies, this cut is narrow at the top and extends out along the body in the shape of—you guessed it—an A. It's better for nearly all body types. There’s a reason it’s one of the most popular skirt silhouettes—it’s super-flattering on almost everyone.