Wedding dresses with square necklines are perfect for brides with a more modern or fashion-forward vision for their big day. They also help accentuate the neckline and shoulders. This feature may not be the most traditional or easily found, but it certainly makes a splash in terms of the overall look of your wedding gown.
Here are 8 of our favorite wedding dresses with square necklines.
The Ashby gown from Wtoo is an art decor inspired piece and we are swooning over the details. Dipped in ivory, the neutral tone plays so nicely with the beaded bodice – making the sparkle and shine pop even more.
Features of this design include that multidimensional custom beadwork, a sultry silhouette, square neckline, and semi-sheer bodice.
Everything about this dress is feminine and classic. There is something very vintage about the entire look but also plays into the present-day bride with ease and poise. Pair with a custom, long veil for the ultimate bridal experience.
Every bride should try on at least one, timeless ball gown. And we love this Allure Bridals design because it’s such a clean slate to personalize, accessorize, and truly make your own.
The 9963 style features a soft, square neckline, Mikado fabric, pleated folds in the skirt, and a classic ball gown silhouette. This look is so versatile and fits a variety of body types with ease.
Think about using an encrusted belt or ribbon around the bodice, a long veil, or in some colorful pumps to finish off the look. You may even want to jazz up the ensemble with some special jewelry or a unique makeup look.
Maggie Sottero always has a lot of options for all kinds of brides – including those who are more modest. The Quincy dress is perfect for brides that need or want a bit more coverage but don’t want to sacrifice any style.
This particular design features a square neckline with Bridgerton influence, charming puff sleeves, 3D floral motifs, and it’s made with a comfortable jersey knit fabric.
The dress comes in a variety sizes and an ivory, neutral shade including ivory illusion. If you’re a fan of the hit show Bridgerton and its style trends, then try this one on!
The Florien dress from Justin Alexander has some super sexy details that will have you falling head-over-heels in love. It’s a lace and crepe combination that is both comfortable and full of femininity.
Its fit-and-flare silhouette and the material was made to show off your curves. The sheer bodice has been constructed using Chantilly lace. And includes some sparkling appliques for a bit of glam.
The design also features a low, scoop back. An illusion lace slit enhances the skirt. And there’s a chapel length train to finish off your walk down the aisle.
We certainly are loving the “Maddox” ball gown from Sottero & Midgley. This A-line gown is made with light and flowing organza while being topped with cottagecore lace detailing.
The design also features an A-line frame, square neckline, extended illusion train, sparkle tulle within the layers, and covered button enclosure. There’s also an option to order the gown in a neutral ivory tone or a blushing shade which is especially romantic.
Overall, this is one of those ethereal storybook designs that is fit for a fairy-tale. It has a subtle, princess charm that is hard to beat.
Crisp, architectural gowns can be pretty hard to come by. But, if you are looking for modern and sleek, look no further than this Enzoani beauty.
The Sandra gown features a slew of chic details that will make you sharp and crisp on your wedding day. Some favorite include the square neckline, an A-line silhouette, sexy side cut-outs, a front slit, and a dramatic train for the ultimate entrance and exit.
Pair with some high, classic pumps and natural hair for the ultimate look in sophistication and fashion-forward energy.
Now we have a stunner from Watters, comes “Kitt!” A beautiful, ball gown filled with jeweled satin and timelessness, it’s such a great choice for brides that want an understated look.
With the dress, you still get all the features of quintessential bride style but without all the extra fuss or over-the-top detailing that other brides envision. Instead, this gown features a chapel train, square neckline, and pockets (we love!).
We also love that this gown can be ordered in a variety of sizes as well as lengths to fit as many brides as possible.
And finally, this is a beautiful, classic design from David’s Bridal that a lot of brides will want to take a peek at. The square neckline, the unique sleeves, the beading, and classic silhouette all come together to create a versatile design that will help a lot of brides.
The price point is budget-friendly and, overall, it pairs nicely with all kinds of veils. The design combines fabrics for an interesting appeal, but the chiffon makes it a great choice for aisle walking and dancing all night long – as it moves so effortlessly.
Our favorite features include: the chiffon split overlay, removable beaded cap sleeves, and satin skirt.