Overlays can make gorgeous additions to just about any strapless wedding dress. Sit back and scroll through these 10 most gorgeous options for your bridal style.

BHLDN wedding dress overlay for bohemian bride in white lace

Bohemian Chic: This romantic ivory top was inspired by the cutouts, keyhole arches and domes of Moorish architecture. It would go perfectly with blush colored gowns and flower crowns.

Elizabeth Fillmore lace overlay for pastel flowered wedding gown

Garden Goddess: Speaking of flower crowns, the garden inspired dress above is beautiful on its own but, with the edition of the long lace sleeves and flowered belt, it is absolutely stunning.

bride in a wrap overlay with long sleeves and floral crown

Vintage Vixen: This bride designed her own dress. No, really - she did! From the detachable wrap sleeves to the convertible skirt, she captured the Art Deco vibe while maintaining her own personal style.

red lace wedding dress overlay for a modern alternative bride

Lady in Red: White is not always right. Case in point. This red lace overlay above is eye-catching and completely flattering for your holiday inspired wedding. Pair it with a red lip and you will dazzle!

Leanne Marshall embellished overlay for a vintage modern bride

Embellished Elegance: Deciding between a simple wedding dress and a bit of bling? Why not have both! This gorgeous minimal gown gets upgraded when you add the delicate embroidered and beaded sheer overlay.

Elie Saab lace overlay for romantic bride

Sweet Scallops: All we can say is, yes. So much yes. This lace overlay adds fullness and texture to the bride's fitted gown without compromising the open back look.

Bride wearing Vera Wang lace overlay and long veil

Lovely Lace: The modest high neck of the lace overlay is perfect for a traditional wedding. Peel it off for the reception and you are ready to dance the night away!

Bride with buttoned back overlay over strapless wedding gown

Buttoned Back: Sweet and sophisticated, this buttoned back overlay still shows off your shoulders while giving you the coverage of a quarter sleeve. It's a win-win.

bride in illusion beaded overlay wedding dress

Beaded Babe: There is just something breathtaking about a beaded wedding gown. The sheer illusion neckline that this overlay creates is perfect for brides who don't want sleeves but still want a more traditional look for their ceremony.

Bride wearing black lace top over white wedding gown

Black Beauty: Alternative brides will flock to this black and lacy accessory. Match your bridesmaids in little black dresses and it will certainly create a look that your guests won't soon forget.

Credits:   BHLDN   |   Elizabeth Fillmore   |    Howell Jones Photography   |    Arina B Photography   |   Leanne Marshall   |   Elie Saab   |   Vera Wang   |   Brancoprata   |   Morilee   |   Tulip Bridal