Why is it hard for full figured women to find elegant plus size wedding gowns?

Regardless of your size when you become a bride one of the first things you think about is the wedding dress.  You get all excited about shopping, trying on styles and figuring out what you like the most for your special occasion.  But unfortunately for some women the process of finding that perfect piece of clothing is not all that happy.  More fuller figured women ultimately discover that searching at bridal salons for plus size wedding gowns is not the easiest thing to do.

Either they will not have a size that is accommodating or if they do that particular design is not the most flattering or it is not as attractive as the wedding dresses that are designed for smaller frames.

This is where Darius Cordell Fashion Ltd comes in.  What some dont understand is that all designs can work on any body IF the proportions and measurements are given special attention and taken carefully.  For example if you are a size 6 who is short wasted with large bust line and you try on an empire wasted gown it could make you look dumpy.  Where as anotehr bride who is a size 6 but long wasted with no bust line tries on the same style (that she can "fit" into) she may look incredible in that same dress.  That does not mean the dress for the big busted girl cant work.  If the right person takes the proper measurement to where the empire waste hits on her in teh right place on HER body and it they take the right measurements of her bust and under her bust and from nipple to nipple and several other special measurements then that same designs can be made to work on her as well. 

It is call made to order.  (Not pick a size from the chart and try to make it work).  All of the dresses in the darius cordell couture collection are made to order for the specific individual making it possible for women of all shapes and sizes to have the design they want - and not just the plus size ones that may or may not be flattering or attractive. 

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