Wedding Dresses – Are you embarking a once-in-a-lifetime journey to discover that perfect wedding dress of your dream?
Then you have come to right place because we understand that the process can be incredibly overwhelming with so many things to consider. Our ultimate guide will cover all the details. From the right silhouette to flaunt your body type, the perfect color to suit your complexion, to the one that will fit your wedding theme.
Get your notes ready as you’ll find many inspirational wedding dress details to help you get start in the right direction.
Vintage Wedding Dresses
The signature style of vintage wedding dresses is the incredibly feminine and romantic silhouette that portrays a timelessly elegant look. While vintage wedding dresses vary in shape, cut and fit – depending on the era – most vintage wedding dresses are made from high-quality fabric with beautiful intricate details.
For example, the form-fitting vintage wedding dress above is inspired by 1930s era. Initially designed for tall, slender women, the dress is meant to flatter your curve and offer a slim and narrow silhouette. This vintage wedding dress is the best to complement women with straight or hourglass figure.
Long Sleeve Wedding Dresses
For brides with slimmer arms, long sleeve wedding dress is the perfect choice that has remained timeless to give a vintage hint to your overall look. Long sleeve wedding dresses are very darling as it can be modest and conservative, yet enchantingly romantic. Any wedding dress design can benefit the versatility of long sleeve arms.
This long sleeved wedding dress shows an intriguingly enchanting look with a combination of conservative long sleeve arms and sexy deep V-cut neckline. The delicate lace material is perfect for a more formal and elegant style with a chapel train that flows from the back of the dress.
Boho Wedding Dresses
Influenced by the nomadic, spirited and non-bourgeois culture of the old time refugees from central Europe. Boho wedding dresses depict a relaxed look with a hint of a vintage twist. Light, flowy fabrics are the most preferred and ideal to make the perfect-looking boho wedding dress.
Have a look at this pretty, loose-fitting boho wedding dress with 1920s vintage flair. With spaghetti strap neckline, adorned by layered scalloped lace front, this dress would certainly make every bride looking effortlessly beautiful for the love of their life.
Pair your boho-chic wedding dress with rustic natural accessories like flower crown.
Bohemian Wedding Dresses
Style characteristic of Bohemian wedding dresses is free-spirit, romantic with a hint of the 70s era. Bohemian style represents individual style, creativity and authenticity in layers of light and breezy materials.
Flower-appliqued torso and layered straps of this empire waist Bohemian dress falls flawlessly into a beautiful billowing chiffon dress.
It is truly the effortless romantic look that perfectly captures your whimsical personality.
Camo Wedding Dresses
The battlefield-inspired pattern is infiltrating the fashion world even more, with the latest trend of camo or camouflage wedding dress. Nowadays, the typical camouflage patterns have various trendy colors like pink and silver.
For the daring bride with a fling for camouflage patterns, make a memorable entrance on your wedding aisle as you walk down with this beautiful sweeping camo wedding dress. The figure-hugging silhouette is looking incredibly feminine with lace hemline and matching veil.
Red Wedding Dresses
Red is actually the most popular color for wedding dresses until nearly 200 years ago before replaced with white. Probably inspired by the romantic connotation of “roses are red” from Shakespeare. Most Chinese brides still wear a red bridal dress on their traditional wedding ceremony.
Red is the perfect color that radiates elegance, fierce, allure and sexiness. If you are looking to make a bold statement on your special day, this is the ultimate color of choice for your wedding dress. Just imagine how incredibly stunning this red strapless ball gown will make you look.
Ball Gown Wedding Dresses
The term ball gown refers to the most formal attire that female wears for social occasions. Like court balls and similar festivities.
Ball gowns are known for the full-length and enormous skirts that are achieved from several layers of fabric, usually made from high-quality fabrics like satin, silk, taffeta and velvet with trimmings of lace, pearls, embroidery and ruching.
We love how the pristine white ball gown above offers a very elegant, classy and romantic look with intricate details. The silver embroideries on the strapless sweetheart bodice narrowed into a nipped-in waist, to meet the full-length layered tulle skirt.
This silhouette will best complement brides with any body type except for women with the apple-shaped figure.
Wedding Dresses with Sleeves
There are a few sleeve length options for wedding dresses that you can pick. From cap sleeve, short sleeve, three-quarter sleeve and long sleeve.
The shape is also varied. From long pointed sleeves, petal or tulip sleeve, to trumpet sleeves and much more.
Sleeves do not have to be made from the same material as the wedding dress. You might want to consider your choice based on your arm shape and the weather of your wedding venue.
The beautiful chiffon white wedding dress features a pretty cap sleeve that covers the top of the shoulder. The cap sleeve is best suits for brides with slimmer arms.
While long sleeves and petal sleeves can be beneficial to women in any shape and size of arms. The latter two sleeves will best flatter dresses of simple and classic design.
Tea Length Wedding Dresses
A tea length wedding dress can be described as dresses with a hemline that falls somewhere between the knee and ankle. Tea length dresses come in a variety of cuts and necklines and can fit any type of wedding style.
Unfortunately, certain body types should avoid tea length wedding dresses, as it can make them look shorter than they really are.
Doesn’t this white tea length wedding dress remind you of the iconic Hollywood actress and singer, Marilyn Monroe?
The White strapless dress featuring a vintage 1950s with form fitting bodice and wider skirt will give a romantic flair to your wedding appearance.
Casual Wedding Dresses
Known by its modern, chic and informal look. A casual wedding dress will perfectly suit outdoor, beach and other casual venues.
The look and silhouette can be varied. It depending on the fabric and cut, so any body type can benefit from this style.
The minimalist slip wedding dress has just the perfect cascading high-low chiffon skirt that flaunts the legs. For the modern brides-to-be looking for the perfect simple and beautiful casual wedding dress, this lovely one will awe your guests with its simplicity.
Maternity Wedding Dresses
Wedding dresses for pregnant women are made to prettily accommodate the baby bump. It is specifically designed to provide comfort and flaunt women’s blossoming silhouette rather than cover it up.
Light materials like chiffon and lace will work best for a flattering maternity wedding dress. You could be a beautiful mom-to-be bride in this white, short-sleeved lacey dress in a sheath silhouette. The flattering cut is perfect to accentuate your baby bump.
A-line Wedding Dresses
The classic A-line style wedding dress is universally flattering for any body shape. It will give a slimming fit in the hips and gradually widens towards the hem, with the impression of the shape of a capital letter A, hence the name.
There is also a modernized version of the A-line gown. It is known as modified A-line with the hem that fits slightly closer to the body.
We are in love with this classic style A-line wedding dress with strapless neckline and wide flaring hem. The sheen fabric is prettified by intricate silver embroideries, making for a stunning and incredibly feminine silhouette. For every bride looking to make an elegant appearance on the wedding aisle, now you know which style to choose.
Backless Wedding Dresses
One of the trends in history that never went out of style. A backless wedding dress designed to expose the bride’s back and commonly adopt a formal design with form-fitting silhouette. Undeniably, this is the perfect style for women with a slender figure.
The alluring and sexy appeal from this white backless wedding dress are made romantic with the flowing white fabric that falls from the waist and sweeps the floor beautifully.
If you are planning a formal evening wedding ceremony, you might want to consider this stunning dress to highlight your special day.
Country Wedding Dresses
Whether you’re planning a wedding on the countryside or simply adore all thing rustic, chic country wedding dresses are becoming a huge uprise in the bridal industry. The common material used for this style is lace, tulle and chiffon.
The unpolished nature of this cute cap sleeved country-style wedding dress and its full-length flowing skirt fits the rustic outdoor scene.
Every bride with any body shape can adopt this pretty style for an effortlessly beautiful appearance as they proceed down the aisle.
Pink Wedding Dresses
There are various shades of pink that you can choose for your dream wedding dress.
For a sweet and romantic look, you can use a lighter shade. While for a more sophisticated and contemporary impression, fuchsia is the perfect hue.
This could be the perfect wedding dress you’ve been looking for. Our example pink wedding dress above portrays a flattering silhouette that would best complement brides with straight and hourglass body shape.
Pink can bring extra sweetness and romantic vibe to any style wedding dress of your preference.
Modest Wedding Dresses
Modest usually refers to wedding dresses with sleeves and conservative style. Usually more preferred by the most subdued brides who wants to avoid flashing too much skin. We remind you that conservative doesn’t mean it can’t be pretty and elegant.
This full-length wedding dress with cap sleeves and round neckline is a proof that even a modest wedding dress, it can be incredibly gorgeous.
The brides can wear it with grace and poise. We especially adore the modified A-line layered chiffon skirt that brings out the romantic vibe.
Lace Wedding Dress
Lace have long the standard fabric that gives a romantic and feminine touch to every wedding dress. The intricate details from lace patterns are excellent to replicate the vintage look. It can also soften a modern style wedding dress.
The hemline of this figure-hugging lace wedding dress falls just right above the floor. Perfect to draw all attention to those pretty scalloped edges. While the silhouette of this wedding dress is best for brides with hourglass and slender figure. Almost all dresses can benefit the use of lace fabric for an extra elegance.
Disney Wedding Dresses
Inspired by the happily ever after tale of Disney princesses. The wedding dress is designed for every princess-at-heart brides. Using common materials like satin, silk, chiffon and taffeta, the dreamy Disney wedding dress can be made to live.
Are we thinking about the same princess? Well, this is probably how Cinderella would look like in her real life wedding. Stunning and beautiful wedding dress. Complete with sheer sweeping cape and embellishment of pearls and beads, perfect to fulfill your fairy tale dreams.
Gold Wedding Dresses
Gold have long been the symbol of luxury and royalty. Wedding dresses gold color should be worn with extreme caution, as the metallic sheen can highlight unfavorable parts of the body. Another ‘safer’ alternative is to embellish a plain white wedding dress with golden embroideries and appliques.
The white strapless fit and flare wedding dress get a luxurious touch from the intricate golden embroideries. The beads embellishment complements the regal look with more sparkle and sheen. You can pair gold wedding dress with golden makeup for an immaculately flawless look on your big day.
Blush Wedding Dress
Shades of colors and their respective names can be very confusing, right? Just so we’re clear. Blush is a very light, warm pink leaning towards orange. It radiates a sweet and romantic look when worn for a wedding dress.
Blush gives a sweet and feminine look. In this particular piece, the blush layered chiffon skirt makes for an almost ethereal and dreamy look.
This lighter shade of pink will stand out when worn with women with darker skin tone. While it might give a pale effect for brides with fair complexion.
Blue Wedding Dresses
Wearing the color blue is known to induce tranquility and relaxation mood to the wearer. Which is why it’s not surprising that most people are comfortable in blue.
The darker the color, the more elegant your wedding dress will look. This particular wedding dress is using just the right shades of blue to make the bride looking not only elegant but also sophisticated and modern. For a sweeter and chic look, you can opt for a lighter shade of blue.
Purple Wedding Dress
In general, purple exudes an air of regality and elegance. Some people also consider the color as very intriguing and full of mystery. While purple velvet wedding dress would likely get the most attention, the color also looked best in chiffon and silk.
What a stunning purple dress! Especially with those colorful embroideries reminiscent of a peacock feather. The light layered chiffon falls graciously. From the nipped waist of the strapless dress. Purple wedding dresses are perfect to reflect the bride’s alluring and intriguing aura.
Ivory Wedding Dress
Ivory is known as an off-white color with a very slight tint of yellow. It reminds us all the color from the teeth and tusks of animals. The very first recorded use of ivory as a color name was in 1385 and widely used as an alternative to pure white wedding dresses.
There is always something charming about a wedding dress that isn’t quite white, like this A-line ivory wedding dress. Play with layers and decorative details in ivory for an elegant and serene look on your wedding day.
Open Back Wedding Dress
Open back wedding dresses are a great balance between dressing elegant and showing some skin. This style is best suited for brides with the tall and slender figure. It is perfect for evening wedding ceremonies.
The alluring open back wedding dress with intricate flower lace details give a captivating elegant look. Combine long sleeves and bateau neckline for a more intriguing appearance on the wedding altar.
Chiffon Wedding Dress
This lightweight, plain-woven sheer fabric is the darling of women’s fashion. It gives a dreamy, feminine and romantic addition to every wedding dress.
The fabric is gaining its popularity around the year 1913. When an unusual orientalist evening over-dress, in blue chiffon, is revealed to the public.
The soft and light characteristic of chiffon has never failed to add an enchanting, dreamy flair to any wedding dress.
Throughout the history, the known popular combinations for chiffon are silk, lace and satin. Even wedding dresses in simple silhouette will look outstandingly exceptional and romantic in chiffon.
Grey Wedding Dress
Grey or dusty for some people is used rarely for wedding dresses. The reason is probably because the hue can make certain skin tone appear dull and unappealing. But with proper planning and appropriate fabric, a grey wedding dress can work out really well.
This unconventional color for a wedding dress is gorgeous with the right fabric and cut.
We recommend lightweight materials like tulle or fabrics with sheen if you are considering using gray color for your wedding dress.
Off-The-Shoulder Wedding Dresses
Off-the-shoulder refers to sleeves that fall right below the shoulder. Although the style has made its appearance during the early to mid-1800s, it’s regaining its modern popularity during 1950s by Hollywood stars like Lucille Ball.
Off-the-shoulder wedding dresses are best complement women with slimmer arms. But with a few adjustments, all women can still benefit the stunning look.
For a more classic and elegant silhouette, combine off-the-shoulder sleeve with a tight bodice and full-length skirt.
Silver Wedding Dresses
The glittering sheen of silver wedding dresses is perfect for an evening wedding nuptial. Just like gold, you should use color carefully. It can highlight the unfavorable parts of your body.
If the idea of wearing white is boring, brides can always go for a dazzling silver wedding dress. Our example of silver wedding dress shows a gorgeous strapless wedding dress with a few draping to accentuate the fabric’s sheen beautifully.
It’s perfect for a non-traditional evening wedding theme.
Sheath Wedding Dresses
The silhouette of sheath wedding dress is designed to fit close to the body and usually left unadorned. Sheath wedding dresses offer a flattering silhouette for women with straight and hourglass body shape.
The simplicity of sheath wedding dress can be made more romantic and feminine with the additional chapel train. The sleek silhouette can also go perfectly with any type of arm sleeves.
This sleeveless sheath wedding dress is very enchanting with a bateau neckline and an understated sparkling belt accent.
Plus Size Wedding Dress
Plus size is the term used by the retailer to describe clothing measurements that are typically larger than the ‘standard’ size.
A few things to remember before purchasing a plus size dress:
- Avoid a gown that looks pieced together, A-line is the most flattering silhouette.
- Avoid flimsy fabric.
Please take a closer look at the plus size wedding dress above. It is a beautiful example of how the bodice and skirt segue fluidly and flow together. Although the two sections are made from different fabrics and textures.
Fit and Flare Wedding Dresses
The term fit and flare is to describe wedding dresses that are designed to hug the body through the bodice and right past the hip, where the skirt then flares away from the body. Some people might confuse this silhouette with mermaid or trumpet style.
We can see that the bodice in the above dress. With perfect strapless sweetheart neckline, it is tight to the body and hips and widen away with beautiful layers of chiffon. Remember that this silhouette may emphasize a wide waistline and wide hips.
Corset Wedding Dresses
Inspired by the old renaissance tradition of corseting, corset wedding dresses typically hugs around your stomach and midsection while supporting and giving an extra lift to the bust. Brides in any body shape can benefit from this curve-sculpting wedding dress.
Corset wedding dresses are slowly regaining its popularity. As you can see above, the figure-carving lace corset bodice really emanates a sultry aura. The clean line of the layered chiffon skirt will help accentuate a more slender figure.
Green Wedding Dresses
The fashion industry is welcoming the new trend of colored wedding dress, including green. Widely known as the color of nature. Green also represents luxury and elegance. Darker shades of green can make a dramatic statement. While the lighter ones reflect a refreshing mood.
This exquisite green wedding dress will guarantee to turn heads at the wedding ceremony. The luxurious and enchanting vibe of the faux-wrap design in deep-green sheen fabric reminds us of a glowing emerald.
Satin Wedding Dresses
Satin is a very popular fabric for wedding dresses. It’s heavy and smooth with a deep sheen, making it perfect for structured, draped, ruched and ball gown wedding dresses. There are a few varieties of satin style, including Italian satin and peach satin.
Combining two different styles from a single type of fabric; the A-line silhouette of the above satin wedding dress blends well with the faux-wrap bodice. The deep sheen will adorn brides with a subtle aura of elegance and glamor.
Mermaid Style Wedding Dresses
Inspired by the mythical sea princess, this style is great to flaunt feminine curves. Often confused with fit-and-flare style, mermaid silhouette will tightly hug the bodice to the knee, where the skirt begins to flare away.
You cannot possibly miss the way this beautiful dress revealing every curve of the bride. With such emphasize on the waistline, mermaid wedding dresses will best flatter brides with voluptuous curves. Like pear and hourglass body shape.
One thing to remember is that mermaid style can limit the freedom of your movement.
Rustic Wedding Dresses
Rustic style has rapidly become the ‘it’ trend in recent years. This wedding dresses are typically made of lightweight fabric like lace and chiffon.
With the loose-fitting silhouette and a hint of vintage flair, rustic wedding dresses can be very flattering for any body shape and complexion.
Whether you’re getting married in beautiful outdoors or simply infatuated by rustic style, this understated style will make every bride looking effortlessly beautiful.
For a casual or informal wedding ceremony, this comfortable and pretty wedding dress should be on top of your list.
Floral Wedding Dresses
Wedding dresses with floral details are perfect for a spring or summer nuptial. Watercolor flower printed chiffon is the most popular choice, just above the floral appliques.
Imagine a romantic one shoulder wedding dress with airy and billowing chiffon skirt. Adorned by pastel-colored watercolor floral prints.
The dress embraces your feminine side in an artistic and delightful aesthetic.
Knee-Length Wedding Dresses
The term knee-length refers to the hemline that falls right on the knee. The length is fairly modest for non-traditional wedding dresses and particularly flattering for brides with slimmer legs.
Knee-length wedding dresses tend to give a carefree and casual look for an outdoor wedding. Depending on the design and material, a knee-length wedding dress can be romantic, modern chic or even all at once.
Victorian Wedding Dresses
Victorian style is inspired by the fashion trend that emerged and developed during the ruling of Queen Victoria in the United Kingdom. The signature look for Victorian wedding dresses is tight bodice, nipped waist and luxurious layers of fabric that emphasized a slope toward the back of the skirt.
The cascading layers of pleated fabric combine with beautiful floral appliques are the highlight of the above Victorian wedding dress. A more modern strapless neckline is introduced to the bodice, making for an exquisitely elegant and regal look.
Empire Waist Wedding Dresses
Also known as empire line and empire silhouette. The term refers to dresses with a fitted bodice that ends just below the bust and flows into a long and loosely fitting skirts. While the outline looks great on anyone. It is especially flattering for brides with who wants to hide thick waist.
The outline of the above empire waist wedding dress can give an illusion of length for brides with petite figures and accentuate the bust with the tight bodice. Put this style on your list if you’re looking for an elegant and romantic wedding dress without sacrificing comfort.
Sweetheart Wedding Dresses
Sweetheart is one of the most popular necklines for women’s clothing that is high in back and low in front. Its scalloped to resemble the top of a heart shape, hence the term. It appears simple, lovely and good for any style wedding dresses.
Brides with slimmer arms should definitely consider strapless sweetheart neckline for their wedding dress. With a few minor adjustments on the sleeve, sweetheart wedding dresses can be flattering to anyone.
Yellow Wedding Dresses
Just because most brides wear white on their wedding, doesn’t mean you have to wear it too. Yellow will give a fresh, carefree and exotic look to your wedding dress. The color is perfect for spring or summer weddings.
Wedding dresses with lighter shades of yellow look softer and very romantic. With a silhouette like empire waist or sheath, the use of lightweight fabrics is ideal for a more feminine and relaxed wedding dress.
Bling Wedding Dresses
Bling wedding dresses get its sparkle from shiny beads, sequins, crystal or rhinestone embellishment, silver embroideries and sometimes all at once. With the right amount and careful design, it will give a dazzling look for any wedding dress.
An elegant and luxurious wedding dress is adorned by sparkling floral appliques and beaded silver mesh lace. This is truly an exceptional choice, particularly for brides with exquisite taste and accommodating the budget.
V-neck Wedding Dresses
The V-shaped neckline can be very flattering for most women because it gives an elongated look to the neck and creates an illusion of an ideal shoulder. This neckline can also create interest for both small and large bust size. It especially give benefit to brides with apple and round shape as it makes the body appear less round.
White wedding dresses with deeper V-neckline will make brides with wide shoulders look narrower. Most women preferred this neckline because it’s can complement any body shape and gives a sultry touch to an elegant appearance.
Garden Wedding Dresses
We love Garden weddings. Because of it’s informal, relax and feels more intimate. For such outdoor venue, wispy lightweight fabrics like chiffon make a pretty yet comfortable wedding dresses.
For spring and summer garden wedding, a sleeveless bridal dress with a clean silhouette and a dreamy touch of flowy layered chiffon would be an ideal choice.
We recommend knee-length wedding dress with a strapless sweetheart neckline for a non-traditional and more refreshing look.
Flowy Wedding Dresses
The dreamy flow of lightweight material that falls flawlessly to the hemline often gives a soft and feminine touch to a wedding dress. With the right cut and design, flowy wedding dresses are flattering for any body shape.
An example of flowy wedding dress that we love. The strapless faux-wrap bodice with empire waist blends smoothly with the beautiful cascading chiffon layer. Portraying a subtle elegance, flowy wedding dresses are perfect for every romantic-at-heart.
Outdoor Wedding Dresses
Are you going to say I do in the outdoors? That means you need an ideal wedding dress that will still highlight your special day, but with an extra dose of carefree chicness. With things to consider like weather and environment, an airy and comfortable design is imperative.
Since you’d most likely spend the day under the sun, get comfortable without sacrificing style and elegance with a strapless wedding dress in the light and airy fabric.
For brides looking for something non-traditional, short wedding dresses give a very sophisticated and chic look.
Formal Wedding Dresses
Formal wedding dresses are full-length. It often times complemented with a chapel to a cathedral train. The design is typically conservative and made from high-quality fabric with handmade intricate details that show true craftsmanship.
For a more modern approach to the formal wedding dress, long sleeves can be replace with another preferred neckline, including strapless. Maintain the traditional and regal formal look with wide, full-length skirt and long veil.
Organza Wedding Dresses
Organza is a sheer, transparent fabric and often use for wedding dresses. With the right cut and design, the many varieties of organza will bring an elegant and romantic look to any wedding dress.
This figure-flattering A-line wedding dress has it all. Strapless neckline, sleek silhouette and textured organza.
The fabric is a very exquisite choice for brides looking forward to making an effortlessly elegant and romantic appearance on the wedding altar.
Luxury Wedding Dresses
Most luxurious wedding dresses are the creation of exclusive wedding dress. Handmade from highest quality fabric with very close attention to details. It’s not surprising that these particular kind of wedding dresses are not for everyone, as it can be quite expensive.
Handmade to perfection until the last sparkling pearl, the high-end picturesque wedding dress is especially custom-made for one lucky bride. The luxurious wedding dress is borrowing the ball gown skirt silhouette. Turtle neck and cap sleeves covered in shiny pearls and beads.
Orange Wedding Dresses
Orange is a warm and trendy color. Perfect for a spring or summer destination wedding. A friendly reminder, if orange is your color of choice, choose the hue very carefully – we recommend lighter orange.
Planning a tropical wedding with sea breeze and the sound of the ocean? An exotic and airy orange dress like this would fit the scene perfectly. The carefree and casual nature of the chiffon fabric guaranteed to make you comfortable throughout the event.
Retro Wedding Dresses
Bring back the 1950s with a retro wedding dress. Inspired by the glamorous Hollywood actresses, the style is well-known for its bodice with nipped waist and flaring tea-length skirt.
Retro chic wedding dresses are quite the hip these days. Who can’t deny the nostalgic look of this retro wedding dress, typical with a bodice that tends to flaunt the bust area? Fill the air with romance and some vintage flair.
Italian Wedding Dresses
It is like an honor in Italian culture to pass a wedding gown down from one generation to another. This is probably the reason why we see vintage touch in many Italian wedding dresses.
Depicted above is a beautiful Italian wedding dress with soft V-neckline and cap sleeves. The floral texture mesh lace over satin adds a romantic and feminine touch. The full-length skirt is considered a traditional norm for Italian wedding dresses and reflects modesty.
Fairytale Wedding Dresses
Happy ever after are just moments away, still enough time to make your dream wedding dress come true. The one thing in common for all fairytale wedding dresses is the romantic and sweet atmosphere it brings.
The typical fairytale wedding dresses are borrowing ball gown silhouette, with a tight bodice and bouncy layered skirt. Strapless and Sabrina neckline, the most preferred necklines for the style is perfect for every enchanting princess-at-heart.
Wedding Dresses with Pocket
Why brides would need pockets anyway, you might ask. Well, just like any other dresses. Pockets are cute, convenient and cozy. While it’s only start as a design trend, it can also be practical to keep hankies and other items.
Obscure pockets are a practical feature to any wedding dresses. It leaves extra space to store small items without disrupting silhouette and style of the wedding dress. Pockets are best for wedding dresses with slightly heavier fabric and full-volume skirt.
Simple Wedding Dresses
Simple wedding dresses are for confident and modern women. The simplicity of the cut and design, undistracted by intricate details, will surely reflect the strong character and personality of the bride.
We found it amazing how a simple wedding dress – sans layers, embellishments or even textured fabric – can make a strong statement. A simple sheath wedding dress like the above can still be feminine, soft and elegant.
One Shoulder Wedding Dresses
The style refers to the unconventional asymmetrical strap that lies on one shoulder. It works well as a concept for evening wear and wedding dresses.
The shape would flaunt the womanly curves of brides with larger breast. Most one shoulder wedding dresses lend itself to a belt, an adornment by itself. For one shoulder wedding dresses that show a more skin on the top, it’s best to go longer with the skirt.
Strapless Wedding Dresses
Just like the name, strapless means the wedding dress goes without sleeves or straps. This particular neckline is great to show off proportional shoulder and neck, often take shape in a figure hugging bodice or corset.
Being one of the most favorite necklines for wedding dresses. It shows a great amount of skin around neck and arms area. While full chested women will obviously rock the look, strapless wedding dresses can be flattering to brides with wider shoulder and small bust too.
Short Wedding Dresses
Skirt with short length is a non-traditional look that is great for the casual and fun vibe. Short wedding dresses are great for daytime weddings, as well as the wedding that takes venue on the outdoors.
Short wedding dress is a way to show your modern and chic taste, in a sophisticated style. Women with beautiful legs would look delightfully charming in this wedding dress. For petite women, better be careful. It can make your legs look short.
Wedding Dresses 2017
Finally, we are now revealing the most anticipated dress for 2017.
Foreseeing the bridal dress trend in 2017, we see that classic and elegant look will still win the heart of many brides-to-be.
This exquisite off-the-shoulder wedding dress with wide V-neckline and fit-and-flare silhouette will be quite flattering to women in any body shape. It also highlights the feminine side with textured organza, mesh lace and floral details.
You are now one step closer to making your dream wedding dress come true, how does that note go? We hope that you pick the perfect wedding dress that reflects your beautiful personality and amplifies the best version of you.