Wedding Dress Necklines
So we are well aware that it can feel very overwhelming when planning your wedding and even more so when you start to look at dresses…Fishtail this, strapless that – How is a girl to know?!
That is when we come in…Think of us as your modern-day fairy godmothers!
We are here to break everything down and make it all seem a little easier for you in your search for ‘The One’. We want to explore all the different options for each aspect of your dress, starting with necklines…
Plunge: It is your one day to make a statement and why not with a daring neckline…
This cut not only works for the smaller busted but also looks amazing for a fuller figure! We find that a lot of brides with a bigger bust shy away from this style however you will be surprised what hidden support these beauties have inside…
Strapless: A timeless classic!
The hidden corsetry in a strapless dress will provide all the support and guarantee that you are always on trend!
Whether you are looking for a fuller skirt or a flattering fishtail a strapless cut will emphasize your assets perfectly.
This versatile design has endless styling opportunities…or just let your dress do the talking – Bare cleavage is a look all on its own.
Off the shoulder: Who doesn’t love two looks in one?! Add this look to any strapless dress and create a romantic twist to a modern style.
A perfect look for walking down that aisle and even better that they can be removed for the evening, ready for you to dance the night away!
Thin/Spaghetti strap: Delicate whilst emphasizing your femininity…
This style will flatter a full bust just as it will a petite frame. If you are a veil girl then this is definitely one to look at…Your veil will complement this neckline perfectly, let it hang softly over your shoulders and flow gracefully down with your dress.
Sleeves: We’ve got you covered…
If you are looking for sleeves then look no further, our designers have the most flattering designs!
2021 is the year to make a statement and what better way to do it than to cover up without ‘covering up’ 😉