Going with your cheap wedding dresses shopping, some inexpensive wedding gowns styles may make you confused. Then what is the difference between the princess, A-line, ball gown, and sheath silhouettes etc.? Let me answer you.
Princess and A-line bridal gowns are virtually the same silhouette. Both have side seams that run vertically from the shoulder to the hem. A-line and princess shapes tend to be the most figure-friendly. Ball gowns are the most traditional discount wedding dress silhouettes. The bodice is fitted through the waist with a full skirt — think Cinderella (before midnight!). Slim, body-hugging shapes typify sheaths. And, yes, they are always form-fitting. The mermaid silhouette is similar to the sheath in that it is form-fitting, but the skirt flares out below the knee. And the one you forgot: the empire silhouette. It has a high waistline that sits right below the bust from which a slender skirt falls.
Listed above are the Indian wedding dress styles we are familiar with, I am sure now you are clear about them all.