Preparing for your wedding day will surely be one of the most stressful (but rewarding) processes of your life! From cake-tasting to gorgeous venues, each choice has to be perfect as you prepare to walk down that aisle. If you want to keep things simple and stylish on the big day, here are some suggestions for minimalist wedding dresses that you might like.
Off The Shoulder Gown
An off the shoulder gown could be suitable for you if you want to achieve a modern-day spin on a traditional look. It’s classy, yet shows off some skin in a stylish manner, great for an outdoor wedding.
Deep ‘V’ Dress
If you’re looking for another way to show some skin in a sophisticated manner, a deep ‘V’ dress should be considered! It has been on-trend as a celebrated style for decades, and rightfully so. The deep ‘V’ creates a lovely shape and is seen as an elegant choice for brides around the world.
If you’re not looking to show off your body, that’s completely fine too! A more conservative style that covers up can actually be seen as respectful, pure and honouring tradition. A gown like the one shown below can help you find the balance between tradition and style.
Focus on an open waist
Sometimes, a dress that is reaches down to the floor and is long-sleeved can be suitable for a modest wedding. However, in order to add a little more to the look, try searching for a gown that has an open slit at the waist or torso. It turns a graceful wedding dress into an interesting form, bound to incite admiring compliments!
Not everyone wants to show off their torso on their big day. In fact, most people prefer a clean cut gown that is presented to be both put together and hides their stomach. The dress in the picture below is great for a bride that aspires to look attractive and distinguished during the ceremony.
A-line Wedding Dress
With an A-line wedding dress, the silhouette that is created will look unique and very bridal. It’s suitable for all sorts of body types, flaring out slightly in a manner that is more controlled and flowy than on a ball gown.
Detailing on the back of the wedding dress is just as important as on the front! With a half-open back, you can show off just the right amount of skin while experimenting with different cuts and features for your straps. It’s refined, artistic and absolutely perfect for such a big day!
Boat Neck Princess Gown
Boat neck princess ball gown featuring a well-tailored bodice and keyhole back. Full skirt with pleated details and side pocket.