Wedding Gown Guide

Welcome to your #WeddingGownGuide!

We ❤️ love helping our brides. And we 💗 all shapes and details of the wonderful bridal gowns that are currently on the market. But we must admit sometimes it all can get overwhelming. Here is out art of choosing your wedding gown by choices.

Note. You can use the category tag for each and every style or you can use our

to view all styles by date posted. You’re choice! We love them all!

 

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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.

 

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. 


Colorful Bridal Gowns

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.

 

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. 

 

Super Volume BallGown

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.

 

Princess Bridal Gown

A fitted bodice flows alluringly into a full skirt, this is the definition of a classic princess gown. 


Slit 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 slit sexy wedding dress was all over the runways and the trend is on the rise.

 

A-line Rigid Construction

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. 


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.

 

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. 


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.

 

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


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. 

 

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.


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 trends, many designers presented one or more models in their collection, so you will find any style and any material you like.

 

Princess Rigid Construction

The princess gown is all about volume – in the case of a rigid construction you will use strong materials that will maintain their shape. The rigid construction will make it keep its shape and give a clear shape during the day.


Short Bridal Dress

Keep it short and sweet with a chic and affordable tea length wedding dress for your big day. Check these super chic versions of the perfect short gown.

 

Slit 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 slit sexy wedding dress was all over the runways and the trend is on the rise.


Transparent Skirt

I can’t understand why someone would be against a sexy party gown with a transparent skirt. The truth is some people just like to be negative and impose their own insecurities. My advice: go with what you love and enjoy your wedding day as much as you can, you’ll be lovely and loved.

 

NECKLINE

 

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.


Bolero/Detachable Sleeves

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.

 

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.


Cape/Capelets

Whether sheer or laced, the cape proves its super power as to go-to cover-up. Check out our favorites, and browse our gown gallery for more gorgeous styles.

 

Deep V

Deep V-necks are one of the hottest new necklines to pop up on the most recent bridal runways, and we can see why: They manage to be sexy and flattering at the same time, drawing the eye the down and, therefore, elongating a bride’s figure.


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. 

 

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.)


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.

 

Long Sleeves

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. 


Off Shoulder

A neckline that lies gently hovering across the top of the bust line with the shoulders uncovered or able to be seen through the sheer yoke of net or organza attached to a high collar.

 

Quarter Sleeve

If you want the elegance of a sleeve without feeling too covered up, another fashionable choice is the three-quarter length sleeve. Very popular with English country garden brides, this is a flattering length that stops just below the elbow and shows off the slimmest part of your arm.


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.

 

Sexy Back/ Backless/ Illusion 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.


Short Sleeve

This is a cute detail for a romantic bride, it’s a short puffed top specific to the juliette sleeve without having the full arm covered. You can wear it as is or have it detachable.

 

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.


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.

 

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.


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 .

 

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.

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