10 Gorgeous Spaghetti Strap Wedding Dresses

10 Gorgeous Spaghetti Strap Wedding Dresses

Spaghetti straps aren’t just for casual wear! They’re very dainty and delicate – allowing brides to show off their shoulders without losing the security of straps or sleeves.

These sleeves top off all kinds of styles and silhouettes as they are one of the more versatiles of features. And perfect for those that want to stray from the popular strapless selection.

Here are 10 of our favorite spaghetti strap wedding gowns.

Lis Simon, Oko

Lis Simon Oko Wedding Dress

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The Oko gown from Lis Simon features those spaghetti straps and a lot of other nuanced details that we are swooning for.
Firstly, the design features silk Mikado – a stunning fabric – and a scooped neckline. We don’t see either of these too often – but when we do we know it’s a sign of a sophisticated bride.

We could easily see this as a vow renewal dress, elopement, or even a destination choice.

Lillian West, 66180

Lillian West, 66180 Wedding Dress

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We love the subtleties of this gown. It creeps from lace to crepe. It features a slight, scoop neck and hugs the body just right.

Lillian West makes such feminine and free designs. There’s a bit of a bohemian touch to all of them – and the 66180 design is no different.

This speaks for the boho heart but one that’s a bit more grown-up and looking for a timeless collaboration of styles.

Pnina Tornai, 4481

Pnina Tornai, 4481 Wedding Dress

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This Pnina Tornai stunner features a deep, V and illusion neckline, a sheer bodice, and beaded embroidery and lace.

It’s sexy, it’s feminine, and it’s a gown for a bride that is full of confidence.

Style 4481 has so many intricate details that we love, but we mostly love how it effortlessly accentuates the natural body.

Pair it with natural hair for a more subtle overall look or a sleek updo for something a bit more modern.

You’ll definitely want to keep this gown on your list.

Lazaro, Alexis

Lazaro, Alexis Wedding Dress

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Fit-and-flare gowns can be quite dramatic and glamorous, and that is no different with the Alexis design from Lazaro.

The ivory petal embroidered shimmer tulle, the bold silhouette, the V-neckline, and chapel train, all come together to create a perfect bridal day look for an evening celebration, one with a bit of Hollywood appeal, and formality.

It’s really hard not to take a few extra looks – and even a quick try on. We love the dress with a slicked back ponytail or bun – but we can easily envision it topped off with a gorgeous veil as well.

Maggie Sottero, Jessica

Maggie Sottero, Jessica Wedding Dress

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Maggie Sottero is a personal favorite of ours as well.

There is every design under the sun in the various, accessible collections.

In particular, we have a soft spot for any wedding gown that embraces simplicity and class such as the Jessica.

Everything about this dress is versatile, it’s easy for all kinds of brides to personalize and accessorize, and it looks great on all body types.

Jessica features a combination of chiffon and lace, a draped back, and an A-line silhouette (which we all know is the most flattering for all!).

Vera Wang, Rubria

Vera Wang, Rubria Wedding Dress

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Everyone knows that Vera Wang knows how to make a design that is not only wedding worthy but also wow-worthy.

Every dress from the renowned designer embraces this virtue and she does it with this princess-inspired dress.

The ruffling skirt is such a stunner when walking – and when photographed – and the spaghetti strap sleeves gives it a youthful touch.

It also features a deep, V-neckline, tulle ball gown skirt, and a simple back so as to not take the focus away from the rest of the design.

Martina Liana, 1560

Martina Liana, 1560 Wedding Dress

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We love this architectural ball gown from Martina Liana.

The 1560 style is perfect for the sophisticated and modern bride.

The deep, V-neckline is a stunner, the ruched bodice cinches the waist nicely, and the bow in the back gives just the right amount of girlish charm.

It’s a simple, silk A-line wedding dress that works for minimalistic events or even black-tie affairs.

Pair with black bridesmaids dresses and a classic pump for an entirely timeless look.

Matthew Christopher, Adri

Matthew Christopher, Adri Wedding Dress

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Check out the silhouette of this Matthew Christopher design! It’s so complimentary as it accents curves in all the right places.

Topped off with gorgeous detailing, the Adri design features lace, a button-enclosed zipped, and a chapel-length train.

Don’t forget the veil with this beauty as it is fit for an evening ceremony or one filled with a bit more tradition. Hair up or down will do the trick, and tuxes of all colors would fair nicely as well.

Jenny Yoo, Abernathy

Jenny Yoo, Abernathy Wedding Dress

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How sweet is Jenny Yoo’s Abernathy design? We love how youthful and fun it feels – truly perfection for a spin on the dance floor.

The dress features a light, organza material and floral appliques line the skirt and bodice. It’s a springtime-centered look that we’re in love with!

Perfect for an outdoor ceremony inspired by Mother Nature herself, she definitely deserves a try-on.

Rebecca Ingram, Beatrice

Rebecca Ingram, Beatrice Wedding Dress

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The Beatrice is a classic gown filled with quintessentially bridal elements and timeless style. We love the flattering and feminine silhouette as well as the gorgeous beading.

Don’t forget to check the back of this design because those spaghetti strap sleeves look especially fun from this angle. And the dress can come in a variation of blushing tones – which is stunning!

This is a great choice for brides that want a timeless gown, that works throughout all seasons.