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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.

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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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: Princess Bridal Gown

A fitted bodice flows alluringly into a full skirt, this is the definition of a classic princess gown. This style is for the bride that dreams of a full skirt but is a bit less fond of the bateau and ballgown and underwhelmed by the a-line. Perfect for a woman who loves volume and attention.

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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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