Simply put, a scoop neckline is a classic u-shape. It is rounded in the front and dips down toward the bust. Some scoop styles are lower cut while others offer a bit more coverage if you want to be a bit more daring!
Plus, a wedding gown with a scoop neckline is flattering on all body types. It beautifully elongates your neck, brings attention to your collarbones and highlights your gorgeous face! And, although it is usually thought of as a traditional or vintage style, you can find it in any every type of wedding dress, from boho to modern minimalist to romantic! Below are some of our faves!
Princess seam Duchesse Satin gown with scoop neckline and spaghetti straps. Low square back with fabric covered buttons from center back to hem. Flared skirt fitted through hips with princess seams.
Made with Love, Tilly
A modern twist on a classic,Tilly features a flattering scoop neckline with a contrasting low back and delicate, shoestring straps.
Chicly adorned with only a tie back, this minimalist crepe sheath with is a knockout.
Essense of Australia D3460
Classic rounded neckline and scooped open back give a nod to Old Hollywood style, elevated for today’s bride. The striking slit down the side of the dress gives this gown a final jaw-dropping moment.
Stella York 7618
Detachable off-the-shoulder straps tuck into a softly scooped neckline with architectural lines of pure ivory soft crepe to accentuate the waist and flatter the figure.
The subtlest of scoop necklines lends a grace note to the ethereal layers of tulle composing its A-line skirt.
Encrusted from head to toe in crystalline beading with corseted bodice and strapless scoop neck, this stunner is perfectly structured to your silhouette
Paloma Blanca 4952
Princess vibes with Mikado fabric and scoop neckline with wide straps.Pleated full skirt with pockets finish the look.
Sophisticated and alluring, perfectly draped and pleated and finished with an elegant satin tie and removable puff sleeves.