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: Mermaid Soft Construction

The mermaid soft construction refers to the ease and movement of the mermaid skirt – for a soft construction skirt you will usually have soft fabrics such as tulle or lace. Even if you opt for more rigid elements the overall look will seem to flow; another benefit will be the extra added comfort

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Wedding Gown Guide: Scoop Neckline

A scoop is a U-shaped, low circular neckline that opens up the neck and beautifully displays the collarbone. This round neckline is universally flattering and can be cut higher or lower. I’ve included in this category the jewel neckline as well.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Colorful Bridal Gowns

Love the idea of a wedding dress that’s bold on color? Check these beautiful wedding dresses in living color from the most recent wedding collections.

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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.

Please contact the designer for authorized retailers and pricing information.  Check our Bridal Designers Directory for similar gowns. Don’t forget to share the gowns you like on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, it means the world to us.

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: High Neckline

You don’t want a usual wedding gown silhouette? Then you should consider a high neckline – cut in one with garment by slanting or curving shoulder seams upward towards the neck. (Also called built-up neckline.)

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Wedding Gown Guide: A line

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 term is also used to describe dresses and coats with a similar shape.

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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: Overskirt

Whether it’s a drift of tulle or a shimmer of glimmer net, the selection of overskirts will turn your wedding dress into a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that is yours and yours alone.

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