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Dramatic Keyhole

One of the most spectacular dresses in this collection by Sarah Janks is undoubtedly this lace number with a dramatic keyhole neckline. Surrounded by a series of gemstones, the effect is quite glamorous.

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Lacy Halter

This lace wedding dress features intricate and varying patterns within the fabric. Secured with a spaghetti strap halter neckline, this is a terrific choice for athletic brides wanting to emphasize their curves.

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Trendy Cutouts

Cutouts are a huge trend in wedding dresses right now. This divine dress features cutouts with nude fabric all the way to the waistline. Because traditional undergarments are a challenge with a dress like this, this is a better selection for brides with smaller bustlines.

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Boho Fabulous

While many faux-sheer wedding dresses come in body-hugging silhouettes, this gorgeous boho gown with nude lining is far more relaxed. Style it with minimal jewelry, and wear hair down in loose waves to acheive an effortlessly chic bridal look.

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Separating Fabrics

Another beautiful keyhole detail in this collection is the teardrop-shaped keyhole neckline seen here. By using a metallic lace on the bodice with an otherwise pristine and classic gown, it almost creates the illusion of a built-in bolero.

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Angular Scallops

Describe a lace wedding dress with scalloped neckline and most might picture a softly vintage design. However, this dress is a more contemporary alternative with geometric lace that features more angular scallops along the neck and hemline.

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Lingerie Inspiration

Lingerie inspiration doesn't have to be too sultry for traditional brides to wear on their wedding day, as this sweet wedding dress shows. With tiny spaghetti straps and slightly drop waist sheath silhouette, this dress is elegant and modern.

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Sheer Flowers

This illusion neckline features a darling lace floral pattern on top of a layer of sheer tulle. Underneath, there is a light-as-air nude sheath.

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Dainty Beading

From a distance, this bodice looks as if it were made with metallic lace, but it is actually a lace-inspired pattern created with tiny sparkling beads.

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Empire Waist Style

A soft empire-waist silhouette is a flattering choice for brides with a pear-shaped body type. This dress moves easily, showcasing the delightful pattern of the floral lace. Make sure to check out the entire Sarah Janks collection here.