Take the Plunge
Plunging necklines are one of the most prominent features of Made With Love's latest collection. This one, though, is very wearable with a nude fabric to create the illusion of a deeper plunge. After all, you've got enough to worry about on your wedding day without having to contend with a wardrobe malfunction.
Particularly for fall and winter weddings, sheer sleeves can give you just a bit of added coverage. These sleeves showcase stunning embroidery all the way down to the buttoned cuffs.
Every bride should accentuate her best feature on her wedding day. If you've got great shoulders and arms, a halter or apron neckline will look wonderful on you.
Flattering on brides with athletic and hourglass body types, a fit and flare dress like this one hugs your curves and elongates your figure.
The "New" Princess Gown
The latest princess wedding dresses aren't fussy with too many elements. Rather, like this dress, they balance proportions between the bodice and the skirt and use romantic, ethereal accents.
Lace can be light and demure or highly textured with bold, thick embroidery. This fit and flare gown features the latter, with elements of the lace creating scallops at the neckline, and enhancing the dress' silhouette throughout the bodice and skirt.
If you are looking for a dress with a low neckline, but don't necessarily want a nude fabric to give off an illusion, you need to find a dress with a sculpted bodice that will hug your curves securely. The gown shown here is a fantastic example.
Brides with minimalist style generally want a dress that has classic fabric, great construction, and a terrific silhouette. A dress like this one is a lovely match for the bride that believes in "less is more" but still wants to wear something really special.
The Latest Accessory
The latest trend in wedding accessories is the return of the choker necklace. And this delicate camisole-style bodice is perfectly paired with a lace option that matches the fabric on the dress.