All a girl needs is a pretty boatneck to make her day perfect.
This feels vaguely ’70s-glam. (It’s a good thing.)
Ugh, it’s like that dress is molded PERFECTLY to her body. Me want.
A slightly flirty option for a casual wedding.
How you so good, Posh Spice?
That little band detail gives this gown just the slightest empire waist.
You could also take this one in a slightly bohemian direction if you added a flower crown.
Only the slightest bit of Cinderella.
Another great city hall option.
A very modern look for a classy lady.
Probably better for women with, erm, less on the top?
This feels ever-so-slightly old fashioned. And I’m into it.
I see the bride who wears this dress walking barefoot in a field of wildflowers.
Ann Taylor’s version of the one shoulder is so perfectly straightforward.
A more dramatic way to do a one shoulder dress.
Those tiny pleats somehow make this style totally feminine.
You surprise me in many ways, David’s Bridal.
Sexy without showing too much skin.
For the high-fashion, concept bride.
This vintage gown champions the beauty of the spaghetti strap.
Stolen from Audrey Hepburn’s closet.
This feels very grown-up. Like, this bride has her shit together.
I could see this at a very sleek city wedding.
Damn, Zac Posen. You know how to cut a dress. Cut. That. Dress.
Beach wedding, part deux.
For the casual backyard ceremony.
Ooooh. Love the touch of modern design on a classic cut.
Oh my god, yesssss.