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Archive for category #WeddingGownGuide

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: Straight Neckline / Strapless

A strapless neckline, with no straps or sleeves, is a favourite among brides all over the world, who believe that this style is flattering to all types of bride. It is also versatile when it comes to choosing the hairstyle to complete your bridal look.

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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.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Sweetheart Neckline

This is one of the most common wedding dress neckline because of its stylish simplicity – it is a with a high back and a low-cut front with two curved edges resembling the conventionalized shape of a heart.

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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: 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: 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.

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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: Super Volume BallGown

Bateau is a princess-cut gown that combines the majestic volume of the skirt in tulle and lace with the simple and classic bodice of a normal princess gown – this style is a combination between the princess gown and the contessa ball gown. Perfect for the bride that wants a bit more oomph to her wedding gown.

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Wedding Gown Guide: Spaghetti Straps

The spaghetti strap is a very thin shoulder strap used to support the wedding gown, while providing minimal 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.

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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: 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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