Strapless necklines used to be de rigueur
for brides-to-be. But in this modern age of brides wearing two dresses
, personal style dictating wedding dress choice, and cutting edge designers inspiring new bridal trends all the time, you're not married (pun intended
) to a strapless neckline.
Depending on your height, shape and favorite assets, you probably already have a 'most-flattering' neckline in mind. I'm tall, athletic but curvy too, and I've found that strapless necklines
don't really do me justice. But... I also can't pinpoint which neckline works best for me.
If you have a similar problem, OneWed is here to help! Check out nine different wedding dress necklines
and what they can do for you!
: elongates the neck, balances narrow shoulders and smaller chests
• High neck
: elongates the neck, but not ideal for busty brides
: draws eyes up, elongates the neck
: lengthens the neck, offers a streamlining effect
: enhances curves, creates the illusion of curves (perfect for brides with boyish frames)
: draws eyes inward and away from shoulders (perfect for athletic brides with broader shoulders)
: balances wider hips, shows skin in a tasteful way
: compliments brides with small-to-medium sized busts
• Spaghetti straps
: flatters narrow shoulders and slender frames
Has your vision of the perfect neckline changed?
What neckline will you wear down the white aisle?