10 Gorgeous High Neck Wedding Dresses

10 Gorgeous High Neck Wedding Dresses

Plunging necklines will always have a place in the wedding style world, but some brides prefer higher necklines, either as a style choice or for modesty purposes. These gowns can be incredibly chic and modern or even hone in on a more Victorian vibe.

Here are 10 of our favorite high neck wedding gowns.

Carol Hannah, Fantasia

Carol Hannah, Fantasia Wedding Dress

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If you are looking for something on the couture side of things, look no further than some of Carol Hannah’s gowns.

Specifically, Fantasia will hit the mark with ease.

This encrusted gown is such a perfect choice for our winter wonderland affairs.

The detailing, the sparkling, and that high-neckline all call for a fantasy-inspired December event, don’t you think?

Take the leap to find out more details and find a spot to try her on today!

Sarah Seven, Cassopeia

Sarah Seven, Cassopeia Wedding Dress

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How gorgeous is this modern, sophisticated design from Sarah Seven. This gown features daring cut-outs and an architectural prowess fit for a fashion-forward, yet minimalistic bride.

The high-neckline offsets the low sides and back. The train easily flows behind and the simple texture makes it easy to blend with a variety of event stylings.

From elopements to more formal affairs, Cassopeia will easily fit the bill and be able to stand on its own – with you!

Allure Bridals, A1168J

Allure Bridals, A1168 Wedding Dress

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Looking for something that’s a bit more unique?

This design features both the A1168 wedding gown along with the A1168J wedding bolero.

It features a high neckline that completely transforms the look of the gown.

A great idea to take your ceremony style into the reception. Or just to create a leveled look for yourself – one that is unique to yourself.

It’s a beautiful combination of both sexy and Victorian as it combines the two flawlessly and with a modern tone.

Pronovias, Fianna

Pronovias, Fianna Wedding Dress

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Every list of wedding gowns must include a classic ball gown and this is ours. Fianna includes a versatile A-line shape, a gorgeous illusion high neckline, pockets, a keyhole back, and it’s all fastened with a crisp Mikado.

The lace accents extend past the natural waistline – elongating the midsection and making a bride appear longer (which is beautiful in photos!).

Overall, this is a classic, traditional gown that will stand the test of time ad never go out of style.

Casablanca, Philipa

Casablanca, Philipa Wedding Dress

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The Philipa gown is full of poise and sparkle. It features a classic, high-neckline and a fit-and-flare silhouette.

Made with a stretchy georgette fabric, it’s a comfortable fit and can blend into a variety of venues – both indoor and outdoor. Glam it up with encrusted accessories or more subdued and traditional with a long veil.

And don’t forget to take a peek at the back. Its train is such a divine split between lace and simple materials.

Berta, 20-13

Berta, 20-13 Wedding Dress

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How gorgeous is this bridal overlay?

It’s sexy, it’s fashion-forward, and has a couture edge that will wow your guests.

Berta is known for show stopping designs, and the 20-13 Milano collection look is no exception.

The texture, the slight sheen, and the underlay all make for a winter look that we’ve fallin in love with.

Pair with unique accessories and maybe even a pop of color to showcase personalization and innovation.

Watters, Frances

Watters, Frances Wedding Dress

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This full-coverage lace gown is elegant and comes with a custom lace applique from Watters. It’s a layered look and comes with a separate slip as well.

You can get the Frances in all ivory or a combination of ivory and blush (our favorite). There’s also the accessibility option of ordering in a variety of lengths to meet the needs of all brides.

For our fearless ones, know that the gown can be worn as a sheer piece with the right undergarments that make you feel most confident.

Essense of Australia, D3160

Essense of Australia, D3160 Wedding Dress

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This gown is both modern and modest – perfect for more sophisticated brides.

The D3160 style from Essense of Australia is an underrated design yet can carry quite the impact.

It features a keyhole back, soft crepe fabric, clean lines, and natural waistline.

We love all the sharp, architectural touches that the dress includes – as it enhances the feminine shape so nicely.

Although simple at first, this design is anything but boring and incredibly versatile when it comes to styling.

It’s a gorgeous gown that any bride will look beautiful in.

White One, Divine

White One, Divine Wedding Dress

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White One has created a gorgeous gown you’ve got to see.

A fit-and-flare beauty with tons of sensuality and tradition sewn into one design, the Divine is everything you’d want to have on your wedding day.

Its comfortable, crepe fabric, lace accents, and body-hugging lines make this a woman’s dream for her walk down the aisle.

Make sure to check out the illusion back details and covered buttons.

It is so feminine and sweet.

Claire Pettibone, Chloris

Claire Pettibone, Chloris Wedding Dress

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Here’s an ethereal beauty to end us on. The Chloris gown is floral-infused and absolutely magical.

The design from Claire Pettibone – boho queen – features ivory and silvery spun embroidered lace and silk, gorgeous sleeve details, a long train, open back, and can be lined in any of the silk colors offered – making it a storybook choice!

We love this idea for outdoor venues or springtime affairs that want to evoke a bit of the fantastical into their celebration.