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Wedding Gown Guide: Pantsuit

A bridal pantsuit is a cool alternative to a traditional dress and a great option for a rehearsal dinner. As such pantsuits are one of the hottest 2016 trends, many designers presented one or more models in their collection, so you will find any style and any material you like.

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.

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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.

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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.

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.

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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: Split Wedding Gowns

Can’t decide between long or short? Crave a mini dress but still want that beautiful long train moment down the aisle? Than you’re in luck, the split sexy wedding dress was all over the runways and the trend is on the rise.

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.

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Wedding Gown Guide: V Neckline

V-necks are one of the most flattering necklines out there. Formed by two straight edges that meet in a point below your chin, the v-neck draws the eye toward your face .

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Wedding Gown Guide: Full with Front Pleats

The skirt of a bridal gown is a “complicated” thing and the volume you want can be obtained in different ways. One of our favorites is by using the front pleats method that helps you obtain that full look without having the full weight of the tulle or taffeta. It’s a perfect look for princess styles and ballgowns but it can be used for a narrow a-line as well.

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.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Sexy Back

From deep dips to embellished illusions and sexy slits, these backs will make sure you look just as good receding from the aisle as you do walking down it.

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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.

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.

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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.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Column Wedding Gown

The column dress has a narrow shape that flows straight down from the neckline to the hem. This dress, also referred to as a sheath, tends to hug the body and show any and all of your curves The column is appropriate for all types of weddings, especially causal occasions on the beach, or intimate evening events at a banquet hall.

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.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Wide Straps

The wide strap is a wider piece of lace or tafetta used to support the wedding gown, while providing shoulder straps over otherwise bare shoulders. It’s a perfect option if you want to have a low-cut back or a bit more support for your wedding gown.

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.

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