Ballgowns are bad a$$. By definition, a ballgown is a floor-length dress traditionally with a full skirt and fitted bodice. Ballgowns are typically the most formal types of gowns. Personally, I think that ballgowns are the least selected type of bridal gown. At first glance, I can understand why a ballgown might not get the spotlight that other types of bridal gowns receive. The majority of brides appear to want to show their curves and prefer hip-hugging bust accentuating gowns that show off that Coke-bottle figure. However, being a fashion editor, its my job to tell you what’s hot. And let me tell you, ballgowns are in.
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Before you brush the idea off, take a moment, think about it. Ballgowns are luxurious, whimsical, eye-catching and dramatic. I’ve always thought of ballgowns being suiting for the bride with a big and bright personality and fun sense of style.
Coming in a variety of styles, ballgowns really take the cake when it comes tot making a statement. Its not just the size of the gown that’s important, it’s the details that speak volumes. The detail in the train, the beading of the corset and neck-line all make a difference when selecting what ballgown to go for. Below I’ve made a selection of the best and most fabulous bridal ballgowns. Ever if a ballgown isn’t your style, after seeing this list you should have a different understanding of ballgowns and the kind of styles that they come in.