Think of ruche or lace detailing, so as to camouflage and create a corsetlike effect. The most slenderizing necklines are with a deep V, which draws eyes vertically. Avoid any trumpet dress styles, emphasizing the widest areas.
-If You are Tall
Look for some simple silhouette. Just emphasize your natural shape and reflect your longer proportions. Because you are statuesque, too many ruffles and rosettes can show much cutesy.
-If You are Straight-Lined
Look for a dress with curves. Try a sheath dress that is cut on the bias, or just look for a ball gown, cinching in at your natural waist. If you have a rather small bust, find a bodice to create volume.
-If You are Petite
Look for sheath, trumpet and modified A-line gowns, to appear longer. The fabric is up to you, but detailing is to be small and limited. Also, avoid calf-length, shortening dresses.
-If You are Small-Chested
Look for some ruched bodice and padded halter style, which will fill out your upper body. The right bra is capable to provide a perfect boost. Also, try silicone bra cups that are self-adhesive.
Good luck, the Princess!
Sincerely yours, a bridal couturier with 20-year experience
Amanda Wolf simpleweddingdressesnow.com