Tuesday, November 8, 2011


St. Pucchi
Do you know the difference between tea-length and ballerina length? Short or mini? Here are some images to inspire you along to finding your perfect hemline. . . .


Sassi Holford
Most common length for bridal gowns, this hemline is graceful and elegant; typically not touching the floor in front but 1-3" above for ease with walking.


Amy-Jo Tatum
Photo by Stephanie Williams Photography
Ballerina-length skirts fall just above the ankle and are wide and full just like the skirts seen in the corps de ballet.


Falls mid-calf and can be either full and volumonous or fitted. Mostly worn at the informal or semi -formal wedding.


Peter Langner

This style of skirt finishes just below or above the knee. A very flattering length, it's perfect for cocktail and the less formal civil-style wedding.

Jenny Packham

A whimsical and playful , this skirt sports a certain radical chic first worn in the 1960s. Perfect for a cocktail wedding or a bride with great legs.


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Hemline is short in front and generally extended into a train in back.

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