10 Gorgeous Queen Ann Neckline Wedding Dresses

10 Gorgeous Queen Ann Neckline Wedding Dresses

Queen Anne necklines offer similar curves to a sweetheart neckline but with straight or angled lines at the shoulders. These contrasting shapes make for a dramatic and vintage-looking aesthetic.

Why is this neckline dubbed Queen Anne though? Well, it’s named after Queen Anne of Britain – 1700. So, the style has a signature antiquity and regality that vintage lovers will vibe with.

Here are 10 of our favorite wedding dresses with Queen Anne necklines.

Justin Alexander, 44305

Justin Alexander, 44305 Wedding Dress

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We love this classic, fit-and-flare gown from Justin Alexander. It features a gorgeous, Queen Anne neckline, keyhole back and a comfortable jersey knit fabric.

There are sequined appliques sprinkled around the dress adding a bit of magic and sparkle.

In addition to all of the adornments, there’s a sweet, chapel-length train attached as well.

It’s a great choice for traditional brides because it pairs well with various length veils.

It’s a fashional gown that also works well with all kinds of venues and event styles.

Lillian West, 66227

Lillian West, 66227 Wedding Dress

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Sparkle tulle. Fit-and-flare. Queen Anne neckline. These features all cominate to create a gorgeous, Lillian West gown, style 66227.

It’s got a pinch of sensuality sewn into those illusion sides. And we love the light and airy train that enhances anyone’s walk down the aisle with a hint of romance.

This design doesn’t scream vintage, but it does have a timeless way about it. If you’re looking for a romantic gown, this may be the one for you.

Ronald Joyce, Suzannah

 Ronald Joyce, Suzannah Wedding Dress

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The Ronald Joyce “Suzannah” gown is such a stunner. It’s modern and clean in its lines, but it’s such a unique, A-line piece!

The Queen Anne neckline gives this particular design one of envy and poise. It feels a bit like a sexy superhero when all is said and done.

Do you want to know the coolest part of all? The cape is detachable, making a perfect transition piece for ceremony to party time at the reception.

White One, Satiny

White One, Satiny Wedding Dress

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Another classic, bridal beauty, here is the Satiny dress from White One. It’s an A-line silhouette – which we know is a great shape for all body types – and has an off-the-shoulder look combined with the vintage-inspired Queen Anne neckline.

The organza fabric ensures that it moves beautifully and the corset backing will cinch in your waist with ease – and, honestly, – a lot of comfort as well.

We love that there’s an option to purchase a yoke. This will give you the choice of covering your shoulders/upper back area during transition periods or during a more reserved ceremony.

Eddy K, Vega

Eddy K, Vega Wedding Dress

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The Vega design is such a stunner.

It’s beautiful in photographs and includes so many luxurious details – there’s a wow-factor sewn right into the seams.

The bishop sleeves are detachable and accent the slight, Queen Anne neckline so beautifully.

The sleeves themselves match the skirt and we love all of the various prints and patterns that this dress combines.

And the colors included are so romantic and nuanced. Ivory, champagne, and neutral tones play really well together here.

Stella York, 6850

Stella York, 6850 Wedding Dress

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Stella York is hitting us with another quintessential bridal design.

It’s classic and timeless – but with a subtle, deep V at the neck that we’re swooning for.

We love the voluminous skirt paired with the intricate bodice as well.

The contrast makes for more interest and focus of the design,

Lace, tulle, and organza come together to make this princess-inspired springtime ball gown that we’ve fallen head-over-heels with.

Rebecca Ingram, Hazel

Rebecca Ingram, Hazel Wedding Dress

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Everything about this dress is both feminine and bridal in style. There’s a little bit of everything that a bride would want.

There’s a lot of sexiness in the fitted silhouette and delicate fabrics. It sashays when you walk and twirls on the dance floor. It’s truly an easy choice for brides that want simple and sensual.

Made featuring a keyhole back, short train, and a versatile selection of sizes – don’t overlook this find.

Galia Lahav, Dorianne

Galia Lahav, Dorianne Wedding Dress

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Galia Lahav just has so many incredible pieces to fall in love with.

You know that every single design is justified in having its own wow moment.

Right now, it’s time for the “dancing queen” Dorianne to have hers.

Just look at the breathtaking details. The sparkling illusion and soft fabric, the sexy, sheer bodice, and every floral lace piece filling that skirt needs a double take.

It’s also backed by a corset making for a cinched waist and no-worry silhouette for all brides.

It’s a gorgeous option that brides should definitely keep on their list.

Pronovias, Carlo

Pronovias, Carlo Wedding Dress

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Pronovias offers us a Queen Anne neckline but with a more modern twist.

Just look at that chic and sophisticated skirt!

This design features a classic, mermaid silhouette and a lustrous satin bottom.

The bodice is encrusted with sparkling beads – and we love the contrast in fabrics!

Not only is this fit for a modern bride, but it’s fit for a more formal affair as well.

Amsale, Lenox

Amsale, Lenox Wedding Dress

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And finally we leave off with an Amsale classic design. The Lenox is another classic choice that will never go out of style.

But instead of being a traditional look, it’s more simplistic and modern in genre. Handmade embellishments line the sleeves and it features a keyhole back.

Pair with a long, simple veil and rock some pumps to take your walk down the aisle in this one.