10 Gorgeous Sleeveless Wedding Dresses

Lovely beach bride sporting sleeveless dress

Some brides appreciate a little bit of extra coverage from their dress. At the same time, the sleeves on some wedding dresses can make it difficult for brides to dance or find comfort in the hustle and bustle of the day. It’s also a great choice for warmer weathered events. 

Sleeveless gowns can offer the best of both worlds in a variety of areas of concern. Thankfully, this easy feature can be found among all the great wedding style genres – from bohemian to modern to ultra classic. 

Here are 10 of our favorite sleeveless wedding gowns.

Watters, Aida

Watters, Aida Wedding Dress

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Simple, sexy, and youthful, those are just some of the words that fit this design. The Aida dress is basically a slip but with all the feels of what it is to be a bride. The V-front is sexy, the dramatic train will make a moment worth remembering when you’re walking down the aisle, and the buttons add just that bit of traditionalism you need.

This is the gown you want when you want to make your own unique look from scratch, because it’s the perfect dress to personalize and accessorize to your liking. It is complete with the sleeveless appeal making it a great choice for our destination weddings or summertime affairs as well. 

Basically, it gives you the foundation to become and mold into anything you want. And because it’s just a foundational piece, it will always and forever remain timeless.

Pronovias, Malay

Pronovias, Malay Wedding Dress

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It’s a bit bohemian, it’s a bit art deco, and it’s a lot beautiful. The Malay design from Pronovias is a force of intricate details and poise.

This gown features a detailed bodice, halter-inspired neckline, low natural waist, chiffon skirt, and architectural spirit. And there’s a stunning illusion back and cathedral train that will have you swooning as you walk down the aisle. 

Style this in a more traditional way with a flowing veil, or nix the usual and go rogue with your accessorizing. Be a modern bride with bold makeup and flowing locks instead. 

Casablanca, Jane

Casablanca, Jane Wedding Dress

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Here’s another gown that is full of fine details and femininity. The Jane from Casablanca is so beautifully extraordinary and some of its features may surprise you. 

The design includes beaded lace, stunning motifs, a fit-and-flare silhouette, v-neckline, long train, and made with a comfortable stretch chiffon. And the heavy netting and tulle within the skirt gives the volume you want to make a statement upon your entrance. 

It’s a really versatile dress in terms of styling. It can go well in more traditional venues all the way to a destination event. 

Rosa Clara, Vaini

Rosa Clara, Vaini Wedding Dress

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Simple and understated in the front, but an entire, breathtaking moment in the back. The main attraction of this design is the gorgeous back details which include criss-cross straps and an elegant draping. 

The dress also features comfortable, breathable crepe fabric, a button placket, long train, and an easy feminine silhouette. Natural pearls would be a great accompaniment to this design. 

This is a really great choice for more sophisticated brides, second walks down the aisle, vow renewals, or even some elopement ceremonies. Pair with a simple veil for the ultimate bridal look. 

Lazaro, Leah Marie

Lazaro, Leah Marie Wedding Dress

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The Lazaro Leah Marie ball gown is such a favorite among wedding gowns. It’s quintessentially bridal and it plays to the hearts of those princess daydreams all little girls have at least once in their lives. 

The design features an ivory silk satin blend for a beautiful shine, a rounded square neckline, rhinestone crystal trim for a bout of glam, corset bodice and natural waist, a box pleat skirt, and, yes, there’s pockets too! 

We are in love with the fairy-tale quality and the structure of this gorgeous, Lazaro creation. It would be a versatile pick for so many brides and body types too. 

Willowby, Luz

Willowby, Luz Wedding Dress

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Luz is soft, romantic, and plays to the beat of a bohemian-style lover’s heart. The gorgeous illusion details make this on trend and the flowing skirt makes it an easy wear. 

Overall, the design features floating, floral embroidery, a layered chiffon skirt, and an A-line silhouette – making it accessible and wearable to nearly anyone. We love versatility when it comes to a wedding dress design.

It’s also a Willowby gown which means it comes in a variety of sizes, skin tones, and lengths making it even easier for brides to find their perfect match – and fit. We love the thought behind each of the Willowby by Watters creations!

Mark Zunino, 204

Mark Zunino, 204 Wedding Dress

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Is this Mark Zunino gown not an absolutely show stopper? Its champagne shades make us stop in our tracks and its unique silhouette has us gasping for air. Yes, it’s that dramatic of a design!

The 204 style features a beautiful fit-and-flare shape, a stunning, detailed high-neck and bodice, gorgeous beading, and a layered chiffon skirt that sways and sashays with every step.

This is a dress you choose when you really want to create a moment. It is for a night where you want everyone to dress their best, your venue is a bit on the luxurious side, and the evening sun has set.  

Allure Bridals, Ariel

Allure Bridals, Ariel Wedding Dress

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The Ariel gown from Allure Bridals is brought to us in coordination with Disney – yes, that Ariel is who this design has been inspired by! 

The beading and the curve accentuation of this gown is breathtaking. It’s still understated though, making it a nice option for destination events or second time around brides. We love the champagne tone of the gown as well. 

Pair this with a classic veil, but know that it can easily hold its own in terms of styling. There’s a slight princess vibe here – fitting well with the Disney aspect – but there’s some Old Hollywood glam that we really enjoy here as well. 

David’s Bridal, V3848

David’s Bridal, V3848 Wedding Dress

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David’s Bridal always has a lot of great options – especially for our classic, traditional brides. Just look at this chic ball gown for example! 

The V3A48 design features bridal satin, a plunging neckline, a low back, a pleated cumberbun waistband for a pop of unique drama, and pockets – which are a highlight for everyone! There’s also a snap-in mesh panel that you can use for those that are in search for more coverage.

Pair this with a chic updo, a long, flowing train, and pearls for a quintessential wedding day ensemble. It’s a timeless look that will withstand all the trends and always look incredible in photographs as well. 

Theia, Emerald

Theia, Emerald Wedding Dress

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Finally, we gush about one of our favorite Theia finds again. Elegant and sweet, this style gown is for the modern bride that wants a timeless and fashion-forward ensemble. And this features everything you would want or need with that idea in mind.

The Emerald dress from Theia, includes a bateau neckline, sheath silhouette, self-tie sash, a low back, and lace appliques that you don’t want to miss.

Overall it’s an understated gown but with the chic appeal that you won’t find elsewhere. Don’t forget to take a look at the back and not miss any of the subtle details here.