Brides of all ages are interested in wearing a chic, trendy dress at their wedding. Fortunately, the options are more versatile than you can imagine! The range of choices available today for the bridal wear is simply overwhelming. Bows, floral details, short skirts, peplums, jeweled accessories and belts – these are just a few details and accents that are used nowadays for modern wedding dresses. Our designers are excited to propose new styles in their latest bridal collections. You surely need to go through their work to see what’s hot and new in field.
The fashionable bride will surely like to wear something outstanding and unique on her wedding day. Perhaps the most eye-catchy bridal fashion trend today is the asymmetrical gown. And we refer here at the fabulous one-shoulder gown. This is one of the most prominent types of necklines a bride can choose or get inspired from for her wedding attire. This neckline appeared in 2009 and ever since it managed to convert many brides. This trend is still going strong for the next year. Everybody liked the amazing one-shoulder gown worn by First Lady Michelle Obama a few years ago. Her outfit managed to dazzle the entire nation.
She wore a formal dress one-shoulder dress that brought even more popularity to her personality and figure. The fashion sense adopted by a woman says a lot about her character, vision and taste. The First Lady thought that this type of neckline will bring her more fame, and she was right. This type of dress may not be the most royal. But it can surely fit a luxurious evening event. Many brides of today choose to follow this asymmetrical dress trend. Our designers like to take their cue from many celebrity outfits worn on the red carpet. And the one-shoulder gown is one of the most inspiring. It can be designed in a simple or more creative way. There are multiple interpretations to be made on this unique neckline.
The one-shoulder gown has become a famous choice for both young and mature women. The asymmetrical neckline is bold and special and it has the power to bring more originality to the wearer. The lack of balance at the top of the dress is the element that makes all the difference. It breaks the standard, predictable style and this is why so many women love it! The versatility of the one-shoulder dress allows the wearer to obtain two different looks. This neckline appears totally different on either side. It can be classified as a modern and chic cut for a contemporary bride. It suits most body shapes, but busty brides will need to wear a strapless bra underneath for more support. Choose a sleek up-do to complement your youthful modern look!
We can see a lot of asymmetrical neckline wedding dresses out there, but so rarely on real brides. Why is it that modern brides are only after strapless dresses and never take into consideration wearing something more unusual? Are they afraid to try something new or opt for something truly outstanding and innovative? We don’t think this is the problem. The real issue is that not all brides of today are familiarized with this style or don’t even know this look is available for their wedding.
One can rarely see an on-shoulder gown for instance in a wedding. The modern bride is more open to embrace the new styles appeared during the last few years in the industry, but somehow they tend to skip this model. This offers more freedom to those who want to look one of a kind at their wedding and benefit of all the exclusivity you need for your big day. The majority of brides of today are willing to adopt the asymmetrical style for the gown or bodice, but not necessarily for the neckline.
This cut is often based on a one-shoulder strap. In rare cases we can also find gowns with a single sleeve. There are many variations available for this style. We like this look because it has something very sexy, very tropical and sensual to offer to a woman. Besides this, we have to admit that it also adds some sort of an ethereal appeal to the bride who wears it. This is why the one-shoulder gowns are usually recommended for destination brides or beach-inspired brides.
There is something about this neckline that exudes a Greek type of beauty. You too can look like a real goddess on your wedding day by simply adopting this look. It’s true that women with slender silhouettes and slim upper body can look at their best in these types of gowns. The sculpted one-shoulder neckline is ideal fir tall brides with an hourglass silhouette. But we’ve seen full figure women wearing it and looking hot. So it’s not mandatory to be the perfect-looking bride to be able to adopt this style.
The fabric is very important for one-shoulder Greek or destination wedding dresses. It’s recommended to opt for something lightweight and sheer, something soft and flowy. This will definitely make you look like Aphrodite while waling down the aisle! There are many beautiful couture collections out there to consider for this type of dress. For instance, Pronovias creates a lot of designs based on this neckline cut. This design places the emphasis on the arms and bust line. Those with smaller shoulders and chests can choose this style and look amazing! Endowed brides with broad shoulders should avoid this look.
Choosing the most beautiful gown for a wedding is easy, but choosing the most adequate design can be tougher. But there’s no need to worry about this aspect because our designers have great solutions for everything! For instance, if you are one of those commodious brides who want to wear something unique but still feel comfortable in the dress, you can use straps.
The strapless designs are more romantic but they can more difficult to wear for those who don’t feel comfy without any support fort the bust. The brides who are gifted with a generous bust might need something easier to wear and an extra security measure. The straps provide with more safety in the bust area and also allow you to dance and have a good time without worrying that the dress might fall.
One of the most popular designs for these types of dresses is based on spaghetti straps. The styles you can choose from are simple, adorned or halter. The straps are great because they create a beautiful frame for a pretty neck. We know there are many women out there who don’t like the strapless style just because it is too simple and bare at the top.
There are also those brides who don’t feel comfortable knowing that everybody can gaze at their skin on the neck and shoulders. Older brides usually prefer something more covered for the neck and shoulders area and so they choose wide straps, high necks or cap sleeves for their gown. If you want something discreet, something to add more interest to your neck area you can choose spaghetti straps.
This cut is ideal for brides with big shoulders because it creates a minimizing effect. Brides who are heavy busted can go for a thicker type of strap. The thin straps might create an unsightly red mark that no one wants for her wedding. Brides who have large arms or angular shoulders should use wider straps or cover these areas.
Another great pro for the strapped wedding dress is the perfect fit factor. Brides with beautiful shoulders and neck can emphasize them with a beautiful strap design. This type of dress also shows off well-toned arms and it can fit especially the young brides. Our specialists in field think this style is very modern and fun to adopt for a spring or autumn wedding.
The problems you might bump into are related to the bra. Wear a strapless design to avoid an ugly superposition. We love the halter design and the way it looks when used with a deep V-neck cut on a ball gown dress. The beautiful dresses you can see in these images are from Dalin – the bridal classic collection released in 2012.
Much of the bride’s attention when planning the wedding is concentrated on one thing: the wedding dress! This wedding item is the one everybody wants to see and admire, starting with your friends and family and ending up with your groom and guests.
But until you do find the right design it’s a very long way to go. And you have to be ready to exceed all impediments and stress hidden in the process of selecting the best gown for your wedding. Each dress is beautiful in its own way. Whether it features a bold versatile cut or a unique detail, there is always something eye-catchy and distinctive at a wedding dress meant to captivate the bride’s attention.
The neckline is one of the things that can attract the eyes of a woman and convince her to buy a certain wedding dress. The palette of choices for neck cuts in wedding gowns is diversified. You can choose from strapless, stripped and sleeved designs to high necks, one-shoulder and off the shoulder models. We are here to talk about the last type of neck cut: the off-the-shoulders style.
Those who love this style and wish to adopt it for their wedding should look for the best design to fit and flatter their silhouette. The off the shoulder gowns are for brides who want to show off their beautiful skin, neckline, shoulders and arms in a unique way. This style calls for a more elegant look that can fit a formal wedding.
If you’re not really into the strapless style and you definitely don’t want to wear a high neck on your wedding day then this neck cut might be more fitted. We adore this style because it can always add more elegance, femininity and romanticism to a bride’s look. There is something gallant, chic and delicate about the way the straps or sleeves fall, allowing brides to benefit of a comfy sensual feel and look.
An infinite variety of bodices and skirts are available for this type of neckline. But the ball gown and A-line cut is by far the most popular and suitable. You can also select from strapped or sleeved designs. No matter the style you pick, your shoulders will look delicate and feminine.
This type of neckline also reveals the entire upper area of your collarbone in a very sweet chic way and a little bit of your chest. The neck can follow a sweetheart cut and then your bust will be even more exposed, but in a romantic way. The off the shoulders neck is fitted for women with large busts. These fanciful wedding gowns are created by RS Couture.