Off-shoulder Wedding Dress

Off-shoulder wedding gowns have been big on the bridal fashion scene for the last few years - and it’s not hard to see why. This design miracle is flattering to a variety of body types and works hard for the wearer by accentuating the décolletage, lengthening the neck and making the arms look more sculpted.

Wedding dresses that are off the shoulder are a more modest way to show off your shoulders and gain some extra support without going completely strapless. It’s a design feature that works well in a variety of fabrics including lace, tulle and chiffon.

The boho vibes from this dropped-waist Justin Alexander gown ooze femininity thanks to the off-shoulder ruffle with embroidered lace, balanced by the unique illusion hem of the chiffon A-line, while Rebecca Ingram’s ‘Edna’ sheath wedding dress is a stark contrast; its asymmetrically ruched Indria Satin bodice glides into the off-shoulder portrait neckline and unique keyhole back for a refined statement gown with simple lines. And we love how Watters have taken their ‘Augustus’ silk sheath wedding dress to a whole new level with oversized off-the-shoulder interlacing ruffles to top off this chic sheath.

So whether you’re looking for something classic or boho, romantic or modern, daring or demure, browse our off-shoulder wedding dresses to find a style to suit you.


Browse by other necklines to find the right dress for you

Scoop

A scoop neckline on a wedding dress is a u-shaped, low circular neckline that accentuates the collarbone by exposing more of the neck and décolletage.

Illusion

Wedding dresses with an illusion neckline feature a panel of sheer fabric on the bodice that often extends from the waistline or bust up to the collar.

Sleeves

No longer just associated with traditional gowns of the past, three-quarter length sleeves have become an extremely popular design feature on modern wedding dresses.

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