The Best Wedding Dress Necklines

Chances are you had little to no idea what the different wedding dress necklines, styles, or fabrics were before you started looking for “the one” (and by “the one” I mean that perfect wedding dress). If you did, kudos to you, but I personally had no idea what the difference between a dropped-waist or mermaid style wedding dress was until I tried them both on. And even though I THOUGHT I wanted a very formal, ball gown wedding dress, the moment I tried one on I knew that they were not the most flattering fit for me AT ALL. I soon discovered after trying on quite a few wedding dresses that I liked a trumpet style dress with a square neckline and cap sleeves…which was the exact opposite of what I initially thought I’d choose. And while you can’t really tell what will look best on you until you try the dress on, having a working knowledge of the types of necklines and styles will definitely help get you closer to finding “the one.”

Below is a great illustration from Paperblog that shows the different style of wedding dress necklines available. From halters and illusions to semi-sweetheart and asymmetric, as you can see there are probably way more wedding dress necklines available than you ever thought possible.

Wedding Dress Necklines

Stay tuned for roundup of the best wedding dress styles! In the meantime, let us know what your favorite wedding dress neckline is in the comments section below.

Wedding Dress Necklines Square Neck
Adrianna Papell Square Neck, $168

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