When hunting your ideal evening dress, there is nothing more annoying than falling in love with a style you find online, waiting a long time, putting it on, stepping in front of the mirror, and realizing it will never fit your natural figure. (Strange puckering at the waistline, anyone?) But lucky for you, we are committed with fit and construction at Maggie Sottero Designs, and we have a various of perfect selections that are virtually guaranteed to look and feel like magic in the fitting room. Browser our lineup of fitting evening dresses for curvy brides from past and current collections, plus tips for preparing and perfecting your overall look for your big day. Before you get into a boutique, try to be open-minded. There are overwhelming options when it comes to flattering silhouettes and fabrications—the right one for you might be a fabulous surprise. Fit Tip: The key of enhancing your proportions is choosing he right neckline. A sweetheart neckline is universally flattering; illusion and embellishments play up a smaller chest; and straps and cap sleeves offer support for bustier brides. Fit Tip: If you like this style, don't be shy from being sexy. Indeed, we have plenty of sleeved and modest gowns, but don't define yourself by this only option—our brand-new lineup of "Curve" styles are customized for curvy brides without losing the show-stopping factor of illusion details and plunging necklines. Prep Tip: Before enter a boutique, treat yourself with a manicure and a smoothie. You'll be in a far better mindset to say "Yes!" if you're feeling good and comfortable. We have more shopping tips for you. Fit Tip: Learn more about undergarments. We've compiled our bras-to-shapewear outline here. Fit Tip: Highlighting waistline! It's one of the easiest ways to make brides of any shape be sexy, confident, and comfortable on their big day. Prep Tip: Making preparation and shopping early, and find more standby choice . When it comes to finding the perfect evening dress, truancy equals to sabotage. Read more on this in a post from our plus-size bride and fashionista here.