So many necklines! All gorgeous, and all give a unique feel to the overall look of your wedding gown. But, how do you choose the right neckline for you? Consider this a crash course with some helpful tips and photos along the way! Below are some popular styles…
High necklines are just as they sound! The top of the fabric will hit at least at your collarbone and may even be a turtle-neck type style. This neckline emphasizes your neck and draws attention to your gorgeous face. The look can be modest to downright sexy, as some high necklines are made with illusion fabric and some fully cover.
A halter neckline has two straps that wrap around the neck with a wide opening for the arms and shoulders. This neckline can be high cut or lower cut depending on your preference. Either way, it is ideal for contemporary and boho brides.
A V-neckline has a deep v-shaped drop in the bust line. A classic v-neck is lower cut, but not low enough that most brides won’t feel comfortable wearing it. No matter your bridal style, this neckline will have a style to flatter you perfectly. If you want to go even lower, see the plunging neckline!
This neckline is pretty self-explanatory–it plunges, and it can go super low, extending down the center of your chest past your ribs (and sometimes even all the way down to your navel). This style is for the daring bride who is not afraid to show some skin! Boho and modern brides love this cut.
A square neckline is obviously… square! It is constructed with some angled corners to give a sharper look. It isn’t too low cut and has a lovely statement look. Modern and sophisticate brides will be extra drawn to this look for its fashion forward feel.
Queen Anne Neckline
This neckline features a sweetheart cut with two fanning straps that cover the shoulders. It’s a mix of sweetheart neckline and a wide strap dress. The Queen Anne Neckline is for the traditional or vintage bride who wants to look sleek while remaining classic.