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How long is the period of goods preparation
Goods preparation comes after our confirmation with your order. Lead time may be 15-18 days starting from the time you offer us correct size info. For example, if you place an order with incorrect info. on the 1st and then provide correct one on the 5th, goods preparation therefore should start from 5th. Meanwhile, lead time also excludes shipping time. It may cost EMS about 4-8 days and Expedited shipping about 3-5 days for your order to get to the destination.
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Fit Guide
Fit Guide for dressywomen's Dress Collection
Choose the evening dress, wedding gown, or formal dress style that fits your body type.
1). A-Line
Generally speaking, the A-line silhouette is really the pursuit of a girl. In order to create an elegant silhouette, it skims curves rather than clinging to them by gently flaring from the shouders down.
Is this your style? If you're petite, A-Line adds the illusion of length; if you're slim, it can add fullness, and if you've got curves, you'd rather do that too to cover the A-line.

2). Ball Gown or "Pick Up"
As the most traditional one of all dress silhouettes, the ball gown adds curves by accentuating the waist and flowing gracefully into a full skirt. The skirt is great at hiding full hips and creating a gorgeous hourglass figure.
Is this your style? A perfect choice for formal or "fairy-tale" inspired events, the ball gown style makes a wonderfully classic wedding dress. It looks great on most body types.

3). Column or Sheath Dress
Figure-hugging column dresses come in a variety of strapless and backless styles. This modern dress style has become popular among brides who want a chic or beach wedding.
Is this your style? An elegant choice for anyone with broad shoulders or slender, athletic builds, it can also elongate a petite figure. However, if there are certain areas you'd rather not accentuate, its clingy design might not be the style for you.

4). Mermaid
Also known as the trumpet or "fit and flare", mermaid dresses are fitted at the top and flair dramatically around the knee.
Is this your style? Mermaid silhouettes accentuate the bust, waist and hips giving an hourglass figure, so it is perfect for showing off your curves. It's a perfect choice for a glamorous celebrity-inspired wedding.

5). Empire
This empire silhouette features a bodice with a high waistline directly below the bust. The look can be either soft or flowing or more structured and classic, depending on the fabric and cut used.
Is this your style? The empire silhouette draws attention up, enhancing the waist while softening the hips, making it a great look for most body types.

6). Princess
Created with a series of vertical panels of fabric, and no obvious waist, a princess silhouette is more dramatic in appearance than the A-line, but similarly flattering.
Is this your style? The seams on a dress with a princess silhouette follow the contours of the body to create shape while elongating the torso. It's an ideal choice for anyone with a petite figure and small-waist.

7). Mini
For the super sassy bride, the increasingly popular bridal mini ends well above the knees and is perfect for showing off a pair of sexy pins.
Is this your style? It is best suited for informal or outdoor weddings and is especially appropriate for summer beach weddings. It's equally flattering for taller brides with long legs or shorter brides who want to appear taller on their special day.

8). Knee-length
Another great look for a casual bride, this gown's hem ends just below the knee.
Is this your style? Many petite or curvy brides choose this style for both elegance and comfort. It's best for cocktail wedding receptions or weddings during warmer months.

9). Tea-length
Tea-length dresses feature a hem that falls anywhere between the bottom of the knee and the bottom of the calf, creating an elegant yet casual style. Popular in the 1950s, this style is a good choice for those who want to add a vintage touch to their wedding ensemble.
Is this your style? Tea-length dresses are ideal for showing off your legs and drawing attention to a beautiful pair of shoes! It's a popular choice as a "second" dress to change into for your reception.

10). Ankle-length
The ankle-length gown is hemmed right at the ankles, thereby showing off your feet and shoes. The skirt can be either full or fitting.
Is this your style? It's great for brides who want to present themselves as smart, stylish and modern. Because this skirt's hem does not touch the ground, it is also highly sought after for outdoor weddings or for the bride who just doesn't want guests to step on her dress!

11). Floor-length
Just slightly longer than the ankle-length wedding dress, this style's skirt is not meant to drag on the floor but rather float just inches above it. Some floor-length dresses come with detailing along the hem to accentuate the style.
Is this your style? Rather than having your shoes and feet covered by your gown, having them visible can often "balance out" your wedding ensemble. Why not add another color to your wedding ensemble, for example red, and wear a pair of shoes in that color? Guests will be pleasantly surprised when they see a striking pair of shoes accessories out as you walk down the aisle!

12). Sweep Train
Sweep Train gowns are for brides who wish to incorporate the traditional train feature but do not want to be troubled by a long train. Trains on Sweep Train gowns barely touch the floor.
Is this your style? For brides who want a beautiful and elegant gown with a nod to tradition.

13). Court Train
Extending about 3 feet from the ankles, the Court Train is longer than the Sweep Train and can be worn at most ceremonies – formal, semi-formal or casual.
Is this your style? Extremely elegant, the Court Train style is appropriate for those who plan to have only one train carrier or a train light enough for their flower girl to hold.

14). Chapel Train
For all train lengths, the Chapel Train is the most popular. It extends approximately three to five feet behind the gown. A bride who wears the Chapel Train style will feel perfect!
Is this your style? A stunning choice for all figure types, the Chapel Train sets the brides as the centerpiece of a formal wedding.

15). Cathedral Train
Cathedral Train is also known as "Monarch Train", which features a cascading train. It flows from six to eight feet behind the gown.
Is this your style? This style is the perfect formal wedding gown and will surely attract the attention of guests at church or your reception.

16). Royal Train
This style was traditionally reserved for royalty as its name suggests. The train on this style is the longest and most formal of all styles with a train. Princess Diana wore this kind of grand gown at her most important day.
Is this your style? This style could make you feel special and like a real-life princess. Be sure to assign a few designated train carriers on your special day!

17). Watteau Train
A single panel of fabric attached to the top of your dress at the shoulders or upper back and flowing down to the floor is the defining characteristic of a Watteau Train gown. The length of veils can be varied.
Is this your style? As the train flows from the bride's upper back, this style allows the bride to look elegant from behind. Also appropriate for ladies who would like to hold their own trains.

18). Asymmetrical
Compared with the other gowns, asymmetrical gowns have different tailoring features on one side of the gown. To have a gown's hem shorter at the front than the back is a popular asymmetrical design. This style makes the bride different and special from various angles.
Is this your style? If you want to combine the casual look of a shorter dress with the elegance of a longer hem at the back, just choose this one!
Style Guide
A. Style Guide for the Apple Shaped Figure
If you're a full figured woman, we have some tips and style selections to bring out your best features.
Suggested Necklines: Deep V-neck, Strapless and Sweetheart will accentuate your bust and curves.
Suggested Skirts: Empire, A-line, and Ball Gown will give you a slimmer looking waistline.
 
B. Style Guide for the Hourglass Figure
You have a well-defined waist, and your shapely top and bottom are about equal in size. The goal here is to accentuate your waist, while trying not to add size to your hips and shoulders.
Suggested Necklines: Scoop, V-neck, One-Shoulder, Strapless or Halter.
Suggested Skirts: Sheath, A-Line, Ball Gown, Dropped Waistline, Mermaid, or Fit & Flare.
 
C. Style Guide for the Inverted Triangle Figure
V-Shaped women will want to avoid a high neckline, turtleneck, big collar and stiff or bulky fabrics.
Suggested Necklines: One shoulder or Strapless.
Suggested Skirts: A-line, Mermaid, Fit & Flare, Ball Gown, or Sheath.
 
D. Style Guide for the Pear Shaped Figure
The lower half of your figure appears fuller, so it's important to create more balance. Add some style to your upper body; choose wide necklines, puffy sleeves and tops that hug the shoulders. Tops with wide-set straps will also help to visually widen your shoulders and chest area.
Suggested Necklines: V-neck, Big Shoulder, or Halter.
Suggested skirts: A-line, Ball Gown, or Empire.
 
E. Style Guide for the Rectangle Shaped Figure
Your body is well balanced but could use a little something to bring out the curves. Creating the appearance of a curvier waist and bottom will enhance your femininity nicely.
Suggested Neckline: Scoop, V-neck, Strapless or One Shoulder.
Suggested Skirt: A-line, Sheath, Mermaid, or Ball Gown.
 
F. Style Guide for the Small Busted Figure
Create the illusion of a fuller bust line with a ruched or embellished bodice, or play up your youthful figure with some eye-catching style.
Suggested Neckline: Halter, One shoulder, or Sweetheart.
Suggested Skirts: A-line, or Ball Gown.
 
G. Style Guide for the Large Busted Figure
If you're a busty lady, finding a bust shape that works well with your dress is important. While much of this is down to wearing the right bra, certain necklines will accentuate your feminine qualities better than others.
Suggested Neckline: V-neck, Princess Off The Shoulder, or Square.
Suggested Skirts: Ball Gown or A-line.
What kind of fabric do you use in the dresses
Every dress is made of one or more than one fabrics that of high quality as follows:
Satin: heavy and smooth with a high sheen on the front; very commonly used for bridal gowns
Chiffon: delicate, sheer, and transparent material made from silk or rayon; its soft finish is often layered because of its transparency, making it popular for overskirts, sheer sleeves, and wraps
Taffeta: a crisp, smooth high-end fabric with a slight rib
Organza: crisp and sheer like chiffon, but with a stiffer texture reminiscent of tulle but more flowing; popular for skirts, sleeves, backs, and overlays
Matte Satin: soft, subtle shine and a smooth surface; similar to silk-like satin but less prone to wrinkles
Silk-Like Satin: smooth, silky satin with a glossy front and matte back

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