Fit & flare wedding dresses are easily confused with mermaid style because they fit close to the body and widen downwards in the area of the skirt. In contrast to the mermaid dress, this expansion in fit-and-flaire models takes place from the middle of the thigh, so that this cut clearly distinguishes itself from the classic dress in the mermaid style. The terms "fit" and "flare" mean "close-fitting" and "flared", which describes the cut of this style. Especially tall, slim women with long legs and a pronounced waist come into their own in a wedding dress with a fit-and-flair look that is feminine and radiant. But even dainty women with pronounced feminine curves cut a very good figure in this dress form on the day of your wedding.