One of the other popular trends that has come back is the off-the-shoulder look. This cut is fabulous for showing off your décolletage without revealing too much skin. It can easily be paired with shorter, tea-length cuts or a more traditional ball gown shape. For a more modern touch, brides love adding beading details or lace accents to the neckline. But, brides who want that the classic look will usually focus on satin to seek for a princess feeling.
From the Simply Val Stefani collection you can choose a tiered ball gown skirt in cascading layers of organza or opt for a more simplified silhouette crafted from lightweight tulle. These separate skirts can be paired with lace tops in short sleeve, halter, or camisole fits, or they can be teamed with embroidered net or strapless lace sheath bridal tops to create a look that’s fitted on top and voluminous on the bottom. From the Val Stefani bridal collection you can select a vintage-inspired gown with sleeves and intricate beadwork or a classic lace look in a strapless silhouette with a sweeping cathedral length train. Whether you prefer a one-piece design or enjoy the idea of mixing and matching separate pieces, it’s easy to find a look and fit that suits your vision for your wedding day.
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But, of course we can’t talk about vintage wedding gowns without talking about lace. All-over vintage lace wedding dresses were a popular staple in the 20th century, and modern designers like Azazie are embracing this fabulous trend by using thicker lace or more geometric patterns. Azazie loves to showcase the beauty of lace by adding extra accents through the skirts, sleeves and bodices of our gowns. We also have fun lace accents that feature sequin detailing that is a little more modern and gives it some additional sparkle. Whether you choose just one of these classic details or decide to put them all together, vintage styles are always a favorite because they are timeless looks that make brides shine. Let us help you discover your dream gowns for weddings in our ever-changing collections. Also, give yourself a chance to be the focus of all at the important moment.
If a full-on lace gown isn’t your thing, you can still choose a dress with lace highlights. You will look just as dream-like to your partner walking down the aisle in a non-lace wedding dress that has a lace neckline, lace panels, or lace embellishments. And, of course, there are always traditional lace veils – which can be worn no matter what material your actual wedding dress is made from.
If you’re a fan of clean lines, modest dresses will give you a chic minimalist style that you’ll love. The straight cut adds even more length to your figure. If you’re looking to highlight your hips, there are two fabulous cuts you should try: the trumpet style, which is fitted below the knee, and drop waist style dresses, which shows off your waist and hip area.