Sept. 28, 2009, 8:30 a.m. by YOURSHOPGIRL

Wedding Dresses for a Romantic Style Personality


As you know, we have been discussing 7 different Style Personalities and how they can influence your wedding gown choices. Last week, we discussed the Traditional and Elegant Style Personalities, noting the types of wedding dresses that work. Today, we are featuring the Romantic Style Personality.


Style Icons:

Kate Hudson, Mandy Moore, Drew Barrymore

Style Elements:

  • Soft
  • Fluid
  • Volume
  • Curls
  • Pretty
  • Flowing
  • Gentle


  • Pinks, Peaches

If you tend to be attracted to lace or soft flowing materials or you would consider your style 'feminine' you may be a Romantic Style Personality. What you may look for in a wedding dress:

  • Lace and more lace
  • Flowing sheer materials
  • Dresses cut on a bias to hug curves
  • Dresses that move with you rather than against you

A nice break from corsets and boning, this slinky Lowon Pope dress is a perfect complement to curves. Cut on a bias, this dress will flow across your body without constricting your movement. Try it with romantic curls to compliment the fabric.

Ivory Satin Lowon Pope Gown

If you have curly or wavy hair, then lace is a great way to balance those details. This structured lace gown by Pattis Bridal allows you to show off your bust while camouflaging any tummy bulge under this amazing textured detailed lace. Romantic + modern cuts = love.

Ivory Pattis Bridal "Caresse" Gown

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If you liked this, check out the other style personalities and what it can mean for your wedding dress:

Make sure to check back tomorrow to see if your style personality is featured!
Your Style Queen,


One of Toronto’s top image consultants and personal stylists, Suzanne Colmer is constantly on the lookout for the latest trends; combining her artistic fashion sense with a unique ability to flatter every body type, style and colouring. Suzanne's passion for styling has led her to train in Toronto, Paris, and at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Visit for more information.