Decoding Style Tips for Curvy Women

Do you think finding the right partner is the only big decision? Well, we doubt it! If you’re a bride to be and every preparation gets together to make your wedding as you’ve dreamt, finding the right outfit to wear in various occasions is also a big decision to be taken right after finding the groom.

Shopping for a bridal outfit should be as overwhelming as possible, but finding which styles will flatter your curvy body and not just look good in your instagram feed is easier said than done.

So here, we are dropping some style hints about outfits for full-figured brides to achieve a fault-less, tailored look.


To be honest, women are never satisfied and this is why we see them taunting the salesman to show more options when it comes to the lehenga. Shift the focal point of your look by adding in a heavy neckpiece and wearing optimistically rebellious colors like plums, reds and black.

Choose a longer blouse and drape the dupatta in the gujarati style to add height, be hands-free and hide your flaws. A high waist skirt and a deep V neck would make your figure look less heavier.


Saree is a quintessential pick for every lady with a curvy body. Be sure to nicely drape it, because a clumsily worn one with add more weight to your figure regardless of the fabric type. You can opt for an easy falling fabric with small prints in a darker color if you prefer a more contoured look.

Experimenting the blouse styles with sweetheart necklines or boat necks and thin borders for the pallu will look flattering on a lady with voluptuous figure.


If you feel other bridal outfits are so chaotic and confusing to wear, then opt to slay in a gown. Go for cascading fabrics like georgette, crepe, satin, chiffon, or net as they smoothes and hugs your curves in all of the right places. A little bit of smoothing with a shape wear is essential to look more polished and refined in a gown.

Wearing a gown which embraces all your curves really make a difference between terrible and terrific. Gowns, the draped and floaty number is a perfect pick for bride with a contemporary aesthetic.


In some religions and customs, brides have to wear a salwar suit on their d-day. If you have a curvy body, it is better to sport in a a floor length suit that enhances the regal element of your look. Also make sure the suit is not too tight around your torso, with pleats running down the midriff instead of being constricting.

A sharara or gharara is also a good pick for the muslim brides if you’re wearing a longer kurta. Accessorise with a layered statement necklace over a choker as it gives a more taller feel to your appearance.

Dare to celebrate your curves on your big day? To be honest, size doesn’t matter as long as you’re comfortable in your own skin. Indeed, a bride is always beautiful in the eyes of her loved ones!



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