I. Love. Sleeves. There, I’ve said it. Of all the wedding dress trends currently filtering in and out of ceremonies and receptions everywhere, this sleeved one is my favorite. Possibly because I'm not quite brave enough for a statement back, but mostly because sleeves on a wedding gown feel classic, romantic and are ideal for weddings in any season. I don’t even have a preference for length – long sleeves evoke thoughts of Kate Middleton, Grace Kelly and, more recently, Kelly Clarkson’s swoonworthy gowns, while cap and flutter sleeves, can be sweet, traditional or contemporary in turn.  But let’s not get too caught up in who wore what, because have I mentioned that dresses, galore, right here? Let’s take a look.

Marchesa wedding gown

First, is it possible for BHDLN make a wedding dress that isn't gorgeous? I don't think so. Evidence here.

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BHLDN wedding dresses

The delicate, feminine details on these gowns from Claire Pettibone's Decoupage collection are to die for - and sleeves are the perfect finishing touch.

Claire Pettibone wedding dresses
Claire Pettibone wedding dress
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I love the look of J. Crew's wedding gowns. The two below are a wonderful blend of contemporary style and bridal sweetness.

J. Crew wedding dresses

Oh, Jenny Packham. Beading plus sleeves equals a dress worth dreaming about.

Jenny Packham wedding dresses

What do you think of these dresses from Temperley London? I love the soft structure and lace details.

Temperly London wedding dress
Temperley London wedding dresses
Temperley London wedding dress

Last, but not least, Watters. This gown is vintage romance in a nutshell - and absolutely breathtaking.

Watters wedding dresses

Which wedding dress details are you loving right now? If I could go back in time, I'd buy a wedding gown with sleeves in a heartbeat.

Dress credits: Marchesa, photo by Gucio Photography // BHLDN // Claire Pettibone // J. Crew // Jenny Packham // Temperley London // Watters