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Plunging necklines

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From sweetheart, bateau to strapless, there’re a wide variety of wedding gown necklines to choose from. Know the terminology to find the right fit for you.

On the runway for Spring/Summer bridal trends 2015, the V-neckline was especially popular. The V-neck, as the name suggests, plunges into a v-shape in the front. It offers a slimming effect for many body types. Reema Acra showed of this neckline in a variety of designs on the runway.

Wedding Album | V-neckline

The square neck is a box cut, usually with straps or sleeves with the square shape running across the chest area. This would be for the bold bride who wants to show off a bit more skin.

Wedding Album | Square neckline

Conservative can also be fashionable, and the high neck communicates just that. The high neckline covers the shoulders to the neck. Most designs feature lace, sheer fabric or beaded detailing for a stylish finish on the neckline. Take inspiration from designers Rosa Clara and Marchesa who were embracing this neckline along with many other designers on the 2015 runway.

Wedding Album | High neckline

The cowl neck is a loose fitting style and has fabric that drapes towards the front. The draping can be short or drop just above the waist. The dress Pippa Middleton wore as a bridesmaid to Kate Middleton’s royal wedding best describes this style of neckline.

Wedding Album |Cowl neck

As a bride, your wedding day is a very special event and you want to be beautiful while also being comfortable. Make sure you go for a neckline that flatters the rest of your dress as well as your body shape.


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