You may find that you don't really want any particular 'style'; you just want a dress that falls softly without having defined structure. This gown would not have any waistline, and would need to be either empire line or seamless, entirely. Whilst being seamless it would still be fitted at the bodice, and would just flow naturally and softly from the waist or hips downward.

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Likewise, the more delicate bride does not need internal support (boning). The gown be incredibly elegant, in fact, this would have to be the most feminine of all the styles of gowns available.

The fish tail is the mermaid style skirt with an extension of fabric at the bottom of the skirt at the back, effectively a small train. Both styles suit the bride that has a slim to medium build and bust. You can not get away with this style successfully if you are large busted with small hips and delicate backside. You will appear top heavy. This style is extremely elegant with a low cut back. This emphasises the figure and accentuates the curvature of the back and hips.