Wedding Gown Guide: A-line Rigid Construction

An A-line skirt is a skirt that is fitted at the hips and gradually widens towards the hem, giving the impression of the shape of a capital letter A. The rigid construction will make it keep its shape and give a clear shape during the day.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Long Sleeves

You’ve been asking for it and the bridal designers heard your prayers. Sleeves came down the runway at nearly every show of this season’s Bridal Fashion Week, but they’re not just for keeping cozy at a winter wedding. We saw super sheer sleeves that were barely visible, long intricate designs that snaked down the arms, and classic all-over lace reminiscent of weddings past.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Full Ballgown Back

Princess ball gowns are perfect for an ultra feminine look if you want to show off your super sweet girly side. To add drama match the look with a long cathedral train.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Illusion Neckline

Strapless wedding dresses have ruled wedding necklines for a number of years but we are now seeing illusion neckline wedding dresses take over the strapless’ territory. Illusion neckline wedding dresses add glamour, intrigue, and modesty to the bridal look.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Mermaid Rigid Construction

A mermaid dress is similar to a trumpet dress or a fit and flare dress but give more volume and drama to the overall silhouette of the wedding dress. As its name implies, the dress hugs the bride’s bust, waist, and hips, and then flares out to a wider skirt.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Cap Sleeves

 

A cap sleeve is more of a decorative detail than a true sleeve – but it’s a great-looking addition to what would otherwise be a simple arm-baring wedding gown.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Crop Top

We’ve seen a steady stream of crop tops for the past few runway rounds, but this season, there infiltrated the bridal world even more. We spotted everything from a twinkling, belly-bearing sweater to layered separates with no skin showing at all.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Halter

A halter-style neck is used to create a backless look on a dress. Typically, two pieces of fabric are brought from the bust around the back of the neck and either tied or clasped together for support. The straps may be thick pieces of fabric or thin straps, even chains or elastic. For this guide I chose to differentiate between halter and halter straps.

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Wedding Gown Guide: A-line Rigid Construction

An A-line skirt is a skirt that is fitted at the hips and gradually widens towards the hem, giving the impression of the shape of a capital letter A. The rigid construction will make it keep its shape and give a clear shape during the day.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Asymmetric neckline

An asymmetric neckline is any neckline that looks different on either side of the center front of the top or dress. It can be cut differently or it could be the same, but one side is folded down while the other is fastened up. Asymmetric necklines were popularized in the 80s and are a great way to feature neck and shoulders.

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