NYB&G Columbia Your Wedding Dress Destination
Allure Couture, style C405: Comprised of English Net, Charmeuse and Organza, this ruffle-rich A-line wedding dress commands attention (for all the right reasons!) Enjoy the intricate bodice and extraordinary detailing that descends into a voluminous skirt. Available colors: Ivory/Nude/Silver, Antique/Ivory/Nude/Silver or Antique/Ivory/Silver/Ivory/Silver.Available sizes: 2-32.
Our friendly and fantastic team is ready to show you our favorite A-line wedding gowns. Such a flattering style for a variety of body types, we have every fabric, cut and color option you have been curious to try on. Stop by without even making an advance appointment. We cater to our clients and welcome you when it is convenient for your busy schedule! Discover reasons we love this bridal style below:
A-Line: Fitted bodice through the waist and flows out to the ground, resembling the outline of an uppercase “A.” Ideal for all body types.
Modified A-Line: Fitted on the bodice and hips and gradually flares to the hem, forming an “A” shape. The skirt of a modified A-line dress fits closer to the body than a traditional A-line. Ideal for all body types. Discover more silhouette styles, compliments of Bridal Guide
Essence Designs, style D2526: Boho chic, this A-line wedding dress features delightful off-the-shoulder sleeves for a dreamy look. Delicate lace features cascade from the bodice to the top of the tulle skirt. Enjoy the sheer lace peek-a-boo detailing. Choose from a variety of lace, tulle and illusion color options. Available with Ivory Beading, White Beading or zero beading. Available in numerous sizes.
Columbia’s Best Bridal Selection is at New York Bride & Groom
We know how intense it can be trying to keep up with the latest and greatest bridal trends. Thankfully, our team works with the most talented bridal designers to bring you a magical selection at phenomenal pricing. From sheath wedding gowns, extravagant ballgowns, mermaid styles and fit-and-flare all the way to bridal jumpsuits and every option in between, we have the wedding gown selection and the prices you crave. Discover more about the differences between ballgown and A-line wedding dresses below:
Petite ladies should avoid ballgowns in general, as the skirts are so huge they will make you look smaller and can overwhelm you. Ballgowns are great for mid-height or taller brides who can carry all the volume in the skirt.
There’s a thin line between ballgowns and A-Line dresses, it’s really about how big the skirt is. An A-Line skirt has a lot less volume than a ballgown but still gives that classic princess dress shape.
A-Line gowns are great for all body types,and give a classic hourglass shape. Like a ball gown a corset or some structure in the bodice is imperative. Learn more about different wedding dress styles, compliments of One Fab Day
Justin Alexander, style 8946: Did you say, “Vintage Glamour?” This sleek Mikado A-line wedding dress features a fun over-sized bow at the back and stunning V-neck. Enjoy the svelte cummerbund belt to define the waist in style. Hidden pockets are featured in the full-flowing skirt. Available colors: Ivory/Black. Available in a variety of sizes.
Visit New York Bride & Groom Columbia Today
We have so many different wedding dresses to share with you! Spring 2019 lines are stunning and you must come see them. Stop by NYB&G Columbia for the best selection and prices! We can’t wait to show you the latest bridal options. Slightly confused about the difference between A-line wedding dresses vs. Empire Waist styles? Here’s all you need to know below:
Similar to the A-line, empire dresses are fitted through the bust. The main difference is that from the bust down, the empire just flows, rather than making a distinctly angular shape.
This style is another winner for just about everyone. If you’re an apple or on the curvy side, empire dresses will help you play up the bust and minimize everywhere else. If you’re more petite, this style will help define your silhouette – especially in maxi length.
A line dresses are fitted to your waist, and then flare out gradually to the hem. The magic in this shape is that it can minimize the midsection, hips, and thighs, and draw attention to the bust half at the same time (depending on the neckline). There’s a reason that most bridesmaid dresses are A-line: It is singular most flattering fit for every body type. The good news is that you actually WILL wear this style again and again, because it comes in way more varieties than just heavy pink satin! Get more bridal style education, compliments of Stitch Fix