Wedding dresses come in all shapes and sizes. From the layers of tulle to breathtaking, detailed lace and sequins for the perfect bit of sparkle, there’s always that perfect dress for any bride-to-be. For some desiring a more ‘less is more’ approach to your dream dress (no- frill but stunning nonetheless), we have good news and believe this can be easily showcased. Attracted to clean lines, minimalist aesthetic, and of course, the top of the line craftsmanship, these wedding dresses showcase that no matter your style, you can go simple.
The princess cut dress style is a fitted dress at the waste and has some sort of flare below the waistline, also similar to an a-line dress. Princess gowns don’t always have to sparkle and shine! These full skirts shown above are contrasting light and full-on layers, but both make a unique statement with beautiful lace details.
Glamorous dressed are unique and quite interesting works of art! We love a vintage-inspired look with the allure of glamorous style of bridal fashion. The dress has a focus on showcasing that structured shape and fabric, which is the true heart of glamour. You may spot beaded bodices, lace elements, and a bit of sparkle in this texturally detailed dresses. We love all the texture in former Bachelorette Desiree Hartstock’s collection of dresses, but despite the glamorous name, these dresses are still elegantly simple so you are the main thing shining!
Traditional Wedding Dresses
This traditional sleeve never gets olds. While the lace details is a soft touch, it’s texture and details can bring a sophisticated sort to the front and center of the dress’ design.
The brides above are wearing the ultimate bridal statement pieces! Bold necklines, unique textures, and daring angles will define for the true, avant-garde bride. When going the edgy route, don’t be afraid to choose a dress with elements that will turn heads, while other aspects of the dress style aren’t as flashy to not be too overbearing. While you may be showing a bit more skin than a traditional dress, these edgy looks still cover up the bride plenty to keep a formal feel.
I don’t think we can think of a character as edgy as Christine Quinn from “Selling Sunset” who wore a black wedding dress on her big day, so we had to include this Complete Weddings + Events bride, Julia, wearing an edgy wedding dress in black at her October wedding.
Modern Wedding Dresses
This contemporary route might lead you to a sleek, sexy look that hugs in all the right places. Uniquely shaped and high to low hemlines might bring a new and fresh take on the big day’s dress.
Boho Wedding Dresses
As a huge trend in the market, these simple, albeit individualistic wedding dresses should still shine in a way that lets them do it all on their own. Bohemian styles are all about an effortless, yet dreamy look. Say hello to flowy and unrestricted!