Take the plunge – within your neckline that is. While searching for sophistication within your bridal gown design, you can also be looking for bouts of sensuality and sex appeal as well. You can do that in so many different, wonderful ways – including with a bold dip near your decolletage.
Show off your collarbones and elongate your neck with one of these stunning designs. We’ve found 21 wedding dresses with V-necks you should try and think about donning down the aisle. Think accessories, think hair, and think about how all eyes will be on the center of your bridal look with any one of these picks.
Sliding in at the most popular bridal budget, the gorgeous Artemia gown is embellished with polka-dot-inspired crystals and double-banded waist. A part of the Willowby collection from Watters, it’s a gown that can not only rival some of the most dramatic of designs but also fits a variety of women’s silhouettes in a way that’s both flattering and worth of their big day.
Maybe you’re looking to really make a splash when walking down the aisle. If that sounds like you, then take a second look at this lace creation from Reformation. Their Montego designs have adjustable straps for tailored perfect but their shade of ‘Valentina’ pink is such a fun way to mark your spring or summer wedding in style.
Jenny Yoo has some stunning designs up her sleeve as well—and there are plenty that have a gorgeous, classic polish. The “Anderson” design features a deep-V and a stunning silk mikado skirt. Its A-line silhouette also makes it accessible to a variety of brides and visions.
For something more modern and with a slimmer silhouette, check out Sabine from Amsale. It too falls in line with the average, bridal gown budget and is made with a crepe material perfect for the warmer months of the year. It’s also a great design for those looking for a clean palette to personalize.
Laylee will easily make all of those princess bride dreams come true. There’s a bit of sex appeal sewn into that neckline with the lace and ball gown skirt to make up for the risque accent. If you’re looking to create a type of roque royal presence, this is the design to do it in.
The varying tones that come together to create this design make it one of the more unique of the bunch. And it’s not just the combination of almond and champagne, it’s the bodice itself that creates a good bout of drama. Not only is there a deep V in the front, but the sides and back have their own cut-out features to play with.
Even designs with a bit of an art deco appeal can rock a deep V-neck. This chic silhouette features a tulle skirt and crystal appliques made for a stunning 1920’s-inspired finished look. Show off your curves and enjoy a comfortable amount of coverage for this balancing act.
Coming in a trio of shades and created using all-over lace motifs, Dennison is a show-stopping beauty. Not only does this design provide ample amounts of coverage, but it’s also still dripping with sex appeal, hugging every curve in the most flattering of ways.
Gigi has a fairy-tale quality hitting every mark – from the bodice to the very end of its slight, A-line skirt. Featuring metallic beading and an illusion neckline, it has a lot of trendy appeal. Try this one to round out your springtime wedding vision.
Here’s another lace gown with a flattering silhouette and unique accents. There are feathers attached throughout the entirety of this gown which gives the design an overall edge and interesting texture. Also, the varying fabrics create an even more artistic finish.
How about a tiered gown? What does that look like you ask? Well, it looks like this dandelion-covered masterpiece is what it looks like and it’s inexplicably charming and infused with fairy-esque qualities. It’s a real bohemian treat!
Perfect for a destination getaway or a bride looking for a minimal design, the “Elizabeth” gown from Savannah Miller is a great pick. The neckline is flattering and comfortable, and it’s an easy palette to use and personalize to each individual’s unique style.
Silk Jacquard Gown by Les Reveries at Net-A-Porter
We’re swooning for this silk dress too. Dip into this for your modern wedding or getaway celebration. It fits a variety of budgets and runs true to size for no alterations mishaps or guilt. Honestly, we can also see this working well for rehearsal dinners too!
The champagne version of the “Iris” dress is absolutely stunning, especially for brides that want an artistic presence. If you’re looking for eclecticism, you’ll get that within this floral, hand-embroidered beauty. It also features the plunging neckline we’ve become inspired by and strappy back detailing.
Here we have another contemporary style dress without too much fuss. We love its crisp, chic edges and how it can easily top off a more modern affair. But mostly, we love the bout of girlish charm that can be found at the back; a beautiful bow at the neckline.
This gown has a bit of that art deco style as well, but with a 1940s twist. There’s glam. There’s shimmer. And there’s a whole lot of shine too. Punch of the Old Hollywood vibes by dawning this beauty on your way down the aisle.
There’s so much to love here with this innovative design. There’s a lot of modern simplicity playing up top, but the second half of the design takes a whimsical turn with its organza skirt. Also, take a closer look at the back detail with its low cut-out feature.
This look from Honor NYC has so much romance and delicate quality about it. The chantilly lace is at the focus here and it should be because it covers every inch of the gown from the deep V neckline to the soft, flowing skirt. Also, we’ve got to mention how beautiful this one will look at the dance floor.
Another romantic design but this time from Monique Lhullier. This gown features both lace and flutter sleeves. The neckline bodes well with the subtle quality of the rest of the gown making it both a sophisticated and delicate mix.
Is anyone else getting Marylin Monroe vibes from this? Between the neckline and the sashaying skirt, it’s an updated, bridal version of that iconic dress. Made with a soft charmeuse fabric, it’s the perfect mix of delicacy and drama.
And finally, is this show-stopping Hayley Paige gown – which can be bought at Nordstrom stores. The lace embellishments soften its entire presence but it easily has the drama of a princess bride. There’s also illusion piece on the sides and on the back, for a combination of sexy and girlish charm.