Wedding dresses we love, for under $1,000
A defined waistline helps shrink your middle and boost your curves.
Silk ruffled surplice neckline wedding dress, $878, Aria
A peplum is not only super on-trend, its retro shape covers up any problem areas (in the chicest way possible!).
"Clara" wedding dress, $500, Quilaree exclusively available at BHLDN
A lightweight, chiffon wedding dress with shirred detailing draws the attention away from your curves and onto your oh-so-thin waistline (bonus: this dress' breezy aura is perfect for a beach wedding).
"Nadia" wedding dress, $650, J.Crew
Small up top? A V-neck bodice will create the illusion of a larger bust.
Lace wedding dress with ribbon belt, $490, After Six
Have a long torso? A high waistline makes your legs look longer.
Silk georgette A-line wedding dress, $895, Ann Taylor
A high neckline looks especially elegant on a smaller chest.
Lace fit-and-flare wedding dress with beaded belt, $900,Mori Lee by Madeline Gardner
Cascading ruffles are ultra-feminine—and if you're pear-shaped, they can camouflage your lower half.
French Mikado wedding dress with crystal details, $999,Stella York
Draping is extra slimming; the spray of tulle on the bottom balances out a big bust.
Net fit-and-flare wedding dress, $649, Mori Lee by Madeline Gardner
The cinched waist of this lacy ball gown helps a boyish figure look curvy.
Draped wrap bodice wedding dress with a shirred ball gown skirt, $690, After Six
Dresses, from left: Mori Lee by Madeline Gardner; Aria; Ann Taylor
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