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: 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: 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: Bolero

Covering up never looked so chic with wedding boleros, wraps, jackets and shawls. These glam extras are a bride’s best friend, offering a chic dash of modesty and head-turning details with one quick slip.

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Wedding Gown Guide: High Low Wedding Gown

Certainly not for the average bride, the high-low wedding dress trend provides a bold and modern take on hemlines. Some high-low dresses are total rock-n-roll others are still full of romance and whimsy.

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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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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: 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: 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.

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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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