10 Gorgeous Long Sleeve Wedding Dresses

10 Gorgeous Long Sleeve Wedding Dresses

Some of the most iconic wedding gowns in history have long sleeves. Grace Kelly is a prime example. And ever since women like Princess Grace walked down the aisle, brides have been looking for long-sleeved gowns with a similar regal air.

Of course, there are some other benefits to long sleeves than just that royal quality. It can be more comforting, a better option for winter affairs, and provide coverage that’s necessary for some religious ceremonies. Thankfully, there are so many designs that utilize that feature – and those many designs cater to all kinds of style preferences.

Here are 10 of our favorite long-sleeve wedding dresses.

Allure Bridals, A1105

Allure Bridals, A1105 Wedding Dress

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Both fabrics that make up this dress scream regality and poise. Silk mikado shines throughout the skirt and pairs so nicely with the chantilly lace bodice.

The A1105 gown is textural and interesting, without straying away from the elegance.

It’s a rich design that is topped off so nicely by the illusion-inspired sleeves. We love a ball gown that serves traditional and sensuality all in one especially when it looks as amazing as this one.

Allure Bridals has so many options for a variety of brides – body type, style preference, and vision.

Pronovias, Alesha

Pronovias, Alesha Wedding Dress

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With its slight mermaid silhouette, the Alesha wedding gown hugs feminine curves in all the right ways. Overall, it’s a modern gown with crisp edges – a minimalistic bride’s dream.

Made with a crepe, stretch fabric, it’s full-coverage but incredibly comfortable. It’s suitable for black-tie affairs and pairs nicely with a tuxedo counterpart.

We love this look with updos or simple, loose hairstyles. It pairs nicely with cathedral-length veils as well – for an extra dramatic appeal.

Justin Alexander, Forrest

Justin Alexander Forrest Wedding Dress

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The gorgeous, lace and illusion sleeves, the dipped back, and the fit-and-flare finish make this a bridal dream come true.

The Forrest design hits at the natural waistline and skims the body effortlessly.

It’s extremely complimentary on a lot of body types without feeling too revealing or excessive.

It holds hints of traditional bridal style but with a pinch of modernity with its simple silhouette.

It’s definitely a beautiful design to showcase the long sleeve trend.

Pnina Tornai, 4917

Pnina Tornai, 4917 Wedding Dress

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We love this gown so much, we’ve had to feature it more than once here on POW. Pnina is a designer that is incredibly well known. Enough to where you could pick out her design on a list with others – her creations stand out and stand the test of time. Just as this style will.

The entire design sparkles. The details are stunning, the bodice is coresetted, and those sleeves top off the entire ensemble with just the right amount of drama.

You will never regret trying on a Pnina Tornai design – so it’s time to slip into one and allow it to elevate your style and your mood!

Lazaro, Cher

Lazaro, Cher Wedding Dress

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There’s no surprise in the name of this design. Those bell sleeves ping our 1970’s spirits and we know Cher was the queen of that decade – who are we kidding though, she’s still a queen!

This design is slightly more unique than others on the list because of those long sleeves though. They billow and move in a bohemian trance that we love.

Paired with the lace details and style, it’s a true merge of both bridal glam and the boho fashion genre.

We’d recommend the Cher gown to anyone who is looking for a combination of elegance and glamour.

White One, Ultra

White One, Ultra Wedding Dress

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The Ultra wedding dress from White One may have our favorite sleeves on this list. A mermaid silhouette with sleeves that are detailed with beaded cuffs – we love how fashion-forward in energy this design is.

The square neckline gives us sophistication and the crepe fabric gives us comfort. We love the blending of those spirits with this one.

It’s a great dress for nighttime events throughout the fall and winter seasons. And it’s perfect for those that want to stray from youthful tradition as well.

Jenny Yoo, Briar

Jenny Yoo, Briar Wedding Dress

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Here’s another modern, long sleeve wedding dress we are swooning for. It’s a great design to personalize to your liking since it’s such a clean choice.

The Briar is made with silk 4 ply crepe and made for those that are looking for a more sensual and sophisticated statement.

It features off-the-shoulder sleeves, a cathedral length train – lined with buttons, and an empire bodice.

Martina Liana, 1455

Martina Liana, 1455 Wedding Dress

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This romantic, A-line gown is full of fairy-tale quality detailing. The layered lace and tulle and the 3D florals are just the start of it all.

Imagine walking down your garden aisle in this beauty. It gives us fantasy vibes in all areas – including a spring or summertime wedding on the coast or within the forest.

The design, 1455, features a classic, sweetheart neckline, corset boning, detachable long sleeves, and a cathedral-length train.

If you’re a fan of Martina Liana, then the 1455 gown is definitely one to look for.

Rebecca Ingram, Alexandria

Rebecca Ingram, Alexandria Wedding Dress

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We can’t take our eyes off Alexandria. It’s not just that it’s dipped in midnight black. But, it’s the shimmer and those sleeves!

This design features a lace tulle skirt, stunning illusion sleeves with a slight pouff,  and a deep-V neckline.

And finally, it does come in a variety of color options from black to ivory to blush to misty mauve.

If you’re captivated by the look of the Alexandria, there are several incredible options to match your vision.

Theia, Obsidian

Theia, Obsidian Wedding Dress

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A finally, we leave off with this Theia Couture creation – full of architectural detailing. The Obsidian is for the modern bride with an eye for art.

Those sleeves are needed to pull off the finished product here. With the cut-outs and the incredibly detailed and beaded back – every inch of this gown is a part of the big picture.

Hair goes up, jewelry stays subtle, and allow the dress to do all of the talking here. Or, walking down the aisle, of course.