The “princess waistline” is a tricky name because there really is no waistline there at all in terms of how the dress is sewn! Instead of a seam going across the waist of a gown, princess seams are cut vertically to accommodate your curves and accentuate what you already have. As a result, wedding dresses with princess seaming are often form-fitting and very flattering on the feminine figure.
Here are 6 fabulous wedding dresses with princess waistlines to inspire your fairytale-inspired event!
The Martina Liana LE1173 design is an absolute stunner. Cap sleeves, an effortless fit-and-flare silhouette, and glittering illusion tulle make for quite the entrance.
It’s classically bridal but with a bout of sensuality that you’ll love to show off on your special day.
There are gorgeous details sprinkled throughout the design as well – making it quite the piece to photograph – including: button accents down the back, encrusted floral lace, and a skirt that will move like a dream on the dance floor.
This is a great example of a princess waistline, as there is no seam. Instead, it’s a natural flow of one’s own shape.
The Jasminda wedding gown from Morilee has a timeless style and is known for its Old Hollywood appeal. It accentuates a feminine figure’s curves so nicely and has some of the sweetest of detailing.
The design features a sweetheart neckline, cap sleeves, and illusion back. And the dress comes in variations of color including ivory/cappuccino/honey, ivory/cappuccino/mocha, ivory/mocha, or ivory/porcelain.
We also love that the gown is available in different length sizes to add versatility and accessibility to a variety of bodies.
Chic and modern, this satin masterpiece is for the fashion-forward bride. It has versatile sizing and features simplistic details including buttons down the back of the skirt, a long train, and a classic, square neckline.
There’s also an oversized bow – sprinkling in a bit of drama – and plays well with a variety of body types. We love this for an evening event or one that’s a bit more black-tie in style.
The trumpet silhouette is perfect for accentuating curves and walking down the aisle in confidence. It’s a Stella York design that will stand the test of time.
Cleancut and timeless, this Theia gown is perfect for the minimalist bride. In the front, it’s simplistic and chic. But in the back, everyone will be in for a show stopping surprise.
Its plunging back is the bread and butter of this design. The elegance is absolutely tangible, and we love the stretch satin material that the dress has been made from – as it’s incredibly comfortable!
The dainty beading and floral features on this Demetrios gown stand out beautifully against the neutral-toned underlay. The modified A-lay silhouette is extremely versatile for a variety of body types – while still complimenting the natural curve of the waistline.
The spaghetti straps make this a comfortable option and it’s an overall bohemian, carefree style but with a glam upgrade. It’s a great choice for destination events or outdoor, evening ceremonies.
It also comes in a variation of colors including ivory, ivory/champagne, or classic white.
A sheath silhouette can be tricky, but usually includes a princess waistline because of its negation of the waistline seam. It’s very flattering on taller, slender or athletic bodies or bodies that want to compliment instead of accentuate those with less curve.
We love Vera’s Alice because it’s classic and can be personalized with such ease. Dress it up, dress it down, use it for an elopement, or add some color for your garden affair. The possibilities are truly endless.
It can also be ordered without the front slit if you want a bit more coverage for your day’s event. We love that customized option!