Whether you like a plunging neckline or something a little bit more subtle, there are v-neck gowns for every type of bride. For the modern bride, the bohemian bride, the classic bride, or even the princess brides, this is a traditional feature that works well on all body types and in all style genres.
Check out this beaded beauty from Justin Alexander! A crepe gown with a beaded bodice, v-neckline, and a gorgeous train, the Flora design is both sophisticated and fashion-forward with its detailing.
The silhouette is of the fit-and-flare style – which is extremely flattering when you are wanting to accentuate curves and there is some vintage lace added to different areas of the dress that we are swooning for. Take a peek at the back accents and train.
Overall, the style is comfortable, versatile, and has just the right amount of tradition involved to make you feel like the ultimate bride.
This gown also combines lace and beading to create a gorgeous masterpiece. Style 66183 from Lillian West includes illusion sections and cut-outs to make this an ultra glam and sensual design.
The plunging V-neckline adds to that daring appeal and boldness as well. There’s a choice of traditional neutral tones when ordering the dress, but take note you can also opt for a blushing shade as well.
This too features a feminine, fit-and-flare silhouette as well as some stunning embroidery bits and pieces.
Kataline is an off-the-shoulder, v-neckline ball gown that has everything you could ever want in a wedding gown. There’s a vintage appeal that gives it traditional value, but there’s so many wonderful details making it a unique choice as well.
For example, the design features a A-line frame but with a sheer, luxe bodice with a corseted frame. The bodice is also accented with beads and lace appliques for a sprinkle of glam.
We also love the combination of silk mikado and lace making for quite the interesting masterpiece.
Eddy K’s DR2418 style from the Rome wedding dress collection is a killer. It’s a soft ball gown with a sexy slit, dramatic train, billowing skirt, and a v-neckline. Overall, the gown was designed to turn heads.
It fits the minimalist bride but one that is filled with confidence and piece. We love this look styled without a veil and playing to the hearts of the contemporary bride – nixing tradition to find her own footing.
Add a pop of color in your pumps or go with a classic, black and white tie affair.
We already know that we are in love with Lazaro gowns. They are gorgeous. They are memorable. And they are fit for the runaway – and the storybooks.
The Fiore ball gown is no exception. Just look at this breathtaking design, truly fit for a princess.
It features floral and petal embroidery, keyhole back, full skirt, A-line frame, natural waist, and horsehair trim for the best experience in photographs and on the dance floor. That trim will ensure that the silhouette’s shape it kept throughout the entire night of celebration.
Some gowns are meant to truly make moments and this is one of them. Inbal Dror is couture for a reason and the 23-04 design is a piece of art.
The deep, plunging v-neckline, the illusion and pearl beaded encrustment, the asymmetrical hemline, all of it comes together to create quite the daring, bridal masterpiece.
Think about going this route if you’re a true lover of fashion, have a vision of making a bold entrance, and want a more formal event. We love the idea of this being the centerpiece to your winter wonderland theme.
Sweet and sparkling, the Amore gown from Watters is such a youthful bridal gown. It’s subtle, but that bodice is all about the glam. If you want to add a bit of glitter to your day, take a second look at her.
Layers of soft netting come together to create this flowing, bohemian design. We love how this free-spirited silhouette has both an ethereal feel as well as a young princess vibe.
Pair with a sparkling veil, shimmering shoes, and some loose waves in your hair. Grab your roses and start your walk down the aisle.