Believe it or not, the average dress size of a Canadian woman is a 14—not a 0, or 4, or even a 6. Now double that shock because in this day and age, a size 14 is considered to be plus-size.
So what’s a fabulous and curvy gal to do when she gets engaged and needs to shop for a wedding dress? Now you can head to your local Torrid store to shop the brand’s new bridesmaid and wedding dress collection.
Torrid’s new wedding dress and bridesmaid dress collection has officially hit stores and it’s about freaking time. We all know how challenging it can be to find not only the right dress and for anyone with curves & swerves, Torrid has your back. Pieces in the collection consist of beautiful lace gowns with sweetheart necklines, some sexy and shorter options, and even a wicked bridal jumpsuit!
“This limited-edition capsule was made with love for curvy women who deserve to look and feel like the beautiful bride they are,” the brand said in a press release. “From traditional lace with detailing like covered buttons, to simpler, contemporary silhouettes, the collection covers a range of choices to fit the brides’ curves and personality.”
Don’t think we forgot about the bridesmaid and wedding guest dresses either. You’ll actually be thrilled to go bridesmaid dress shopping with all the options being not only stylish but actually flattering.
These are dresses you’ll legitimately want to wear again and again.
And for anyone planning on attending weddings, the struggles of finding a suitable dress to wear is real but not any more. Torrid has you covered and the options are endless with blush hued midi dresses, floral pleated gowns, and sexy lace body con numbers to choose from.
Take a closer look at Torrid’s wedding collection below!
Feature Image via Torrid
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