10 Gorgeous Halter Neckline Wedding Dresses

10 Gorgeous Halter Neckline Wedding Dresses

As boho-chic has come into fashion, halter necklines have become more and more popular. Halter necklines are an excellent choice for brides who want to accentuate their shoulders or decolletage, it’s a great feature for bustier brides who need more support, and it’s perfect for those that want to showcase their back and wear their hair in a fabulous updo.

Here are 10 of our favorite halter neckline wedding dresses.

Sarah Seven, Piedmont

Sarah Seven, Piedmont Wedding Dress

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The lace back of this Sarah Seven dress adds a little bit of whimsy to this otherwise sophisticated design – as does the lace train.

It’s a modern take on the quintessential wedding day dress and we love the chic lines of it all. The subtle, halter neckline also draws the eyes up and leaves a space open for personalization.

This is a great design to dawn on an evening fall wedding or even a winter event with its simple, black slate design.

Lazaro, Minneli

Lazaro, Minneli Wedding Jumpsuit

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Not all brides have to wear a dress, instead a jumpsuit may suffice.

The Minneli is a gorgeous compilation of bridal tradition wrapped in a unique silhouette choice.

It features a petal embroidery and Chantilly lace finish, a halter neckline, open back, natural waistline, and a flared pant leg – perfect for pairing with fun pumps.

This is a great choice for the nontraditional bride, second time brides, vow renewals, or even elopements!

Allure Bridals, 9771

Allure Bridals, 9771 Wedding Dress

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This gown has so many beautiful and intricate details.

It’s completely beaded with an illusion razorback and lace appliques.

We love the feminine silhouette and how it’s a sophisticated take on the classic bridal gown.

It accentuates one’s curves and even helps give the look of more curve for those that want to complement the waistline and hip area.

We love this gown with a cathedral length veil and classic pumps for a chapel ceremony and formal reception. It’s sure to be a stunner on your special day.

David’s Bridal, WG4096

David’s Bridal, WG4096 Wedding Dress

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If you’re a simple gal, here’s another great gown for the simplistic bride.

It has a timeless, classic shape.

The WG4906 style has the coverage to make you feel comfortable, but still features small details that fit the bridal look category.

The design includes a plunging halter neckline, satin fabric, and a traditional A-line frame.

It’s an incredibly versatile and flattering dress for many.

There’s also a low back detail to this dress which creates its own kind of “wow” moment all on its own.

Watters, Lorenza

Watters, Lorenza Wedding Dress

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The Lorenza gowns from Watters is such a masterpiece in terms of combining fabrics and styles. There’s a touch of modernism inside the design as well as a dash of traditional style.

It features corseted bodice underneath the haltered layer of crepe, a fit-and-flare silhouette that accentuates the curves nicely, and stunning beaded details for a hint of glam.

This is a great dress for a formal, black-tie event, or those at a venue of poise such as museums, hotels, or even old theatres.

Pronovias, Anais

Pronovias, Anais Wedding Dress

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This one is certainly a showstopper – but most Pronovias gowns fall into that category.

If you’re looking for drama, this is the designer that will get you there.

The Anais is a mermaid silhouette made from silk Mikado.

It features a V-neck halter with a racer back that we adore – you must wear your hair up to flaunt the detail!

We love the simplistic style and how the architecture of the gown is what makes it stand out on its own – without all the extra fluff.

Vera Wang, Caridad

Vera Wang, Caridad Wedding Dress

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This criss-cross halter dress is so dreamy.

The Caridad design from Vera Wang is dubbed a “high-fashion” look – and we agree.

It’s definitely for a more innovative bride that loves to play with style.

It features a satin and tulle combination of fabrics with a plunging back and a wispy, delicate train,

It would look beautiful styled with more traditional pieces but it can also be personalized to fit that futuristic fashionista we know loves this gown!

Wtoo, Sela

Wtoo, Sela Wedding Dress

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Sela mixes traditional and sensuality so beautifully in this Wtoo Gown.

A sheath silhouette to show off the natural body’s frame with an intricate, lace fabric, it’s a great destination or outdoor choice.

The gown features a halter neckline, a daringly low back, and an effortless style that we love.

Bohemian brides will be swooning for it.

For those that love a more ethereal spirit, check out this Wtoo design!

Amsale, LW141

Amsale, LW141 Wedding Dress

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Here’s a cute little number from Amsale that we’re envisioning as the perfect elopement dress, rehearsal dress, or even something fun to slip into for the reception.

It has clean lines and architectural spirit – which is a trademark of Amsale.

And it features a classic, halter neckline that fits the modern bride so well.

It’s made with crepe and features a sheath silhouette for a natural look.

There’s a beautiful sheer back accent we’ve also fallen in love with.

Justin Alexander, Cybill

Justin Alexander, Cybill Wedding Dress

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And finally, we leave with a halter ball gown from Justin Alexander. Again, it includes clean lines and a modern finish.

The Cybill design features a silk Mikado fabric, an A-line silhouette, and a sculpted finish for a dash of drama. It’s a great gown for more formal visions and would look spectacular next to a classic, black tuxedo.

Embellish this look with a glittering belt, a pop of color in the shoes, or even a long, intricate veil.