The shape of your wedding dress is so important. Explore the wedding dress shapes below and pick a shape that will suit your style.
Browse by wedding dress shape to find the right dress for you.
There are so many shapes of wedding dress to consider – it’s important to pick the right one for you as it will flatter your figure and make you feel amazing. If you want a chic, modern look, choose a jumpsuit, separates or a column style wedding dress shape. If you want to be more traditional, consider an A-line or ball gown shape of wedding dress. Fishtail and mermaid wedding dresses are the perfect choice for fashion-focused brides who want something that clings to their curves and creates a stunning impact. If you’re tall or want a more relaxed wedding dress shape, you can’t go wrong with an empire line gown. If you aren’t sure what shape of wedding dress you want, why not search by fabric, details or neckline?
An empire dress is ideal for the boho bride. Featuring a fitted bodice that ends just below the bust, and a high waistline leading to a flowy skirt. Browse empire line wedding dresses here.
One of the most popular wedding dress styles, the A-line has a fitted top and then widens to the hem, replicating a capital A shape. Search by A-line wedding dresses.
The mermaid silhouette amplifies curves. The elongated fitted bodice hugs the body whilst the skirt flares, giving that signature look we all adore. Browse mermaid wedding dresses.
Fit ’n’ Flare
Also known as a fishtail, the fit and flare style of wedding dress is a hugely popular and stylish choice. Browse fishtail wedding dresses.
Want to emphasise your natural curves? Opt for a classic wedding dress with a natural waist. Filter by natural waist wedding dresses.
A trend that's becoming more and more popular with fashion-forward brides who want to personalise their look. Filter by bridal separates.
Simple but chic, a sheath wedding dress is a gown that falls straight, like a column. Browse sheath wedding dresses here.
A dropped waist wedding dress is fashioned so that the waistline sits at the hips instead of on the waist, channelling 1920s glamour. Search dropped-waist wedding dresses.