Scoop Wedding Dress

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. The scoop neck is stylish, offering brides support and coverage while being a flattering option for every body shape.

As versatile a neckline as they come, the scoop neck features on a vast array of wedding dress silhouettes and can be as sexy or as modest as you choose, with a variety of embellishments and fabrics to choose from. We’ve picked out a few of our favourites:

Modest and elegant, Maggie Sottero’s ‘Lillian’ sheath wedding dress features a jewel neckline, half sleeves and distinctive lace appliqués over a layer of Viva Jersey - we love this for a classy autumn/winter ceremony.

For something a little more seductive and modern, Sophia Tolli’s ‘Emerald’ tulle trumpet wedding gown features a low scoop neckline over a sweetheart dropped-waist bodice, adorned with vertical beaded lace appliqués that cascade into a stretch satin base for the ultimate figure-hugging fit.

Somewhere between the two, this Justin Alexander A-line bridal gown features a pretty illusion scoop neckline adorned with soft lace appliqués that add a certain romance to the full tulle skirts of this feminine dress that make it seemingly float on air.

Browse by other necklines to find the right dress for you


Halter, or halterneck, refers to the neckline of a wedding dress comprising a strap that wraps around the back of the neck to add support and showcase your shoulders and back.


One-shoulder wedding dresses feature a diagonal neckline that can be flattering on brides with broader shoulders and a bigger bust.


Modest doesn’t mean frumpy or unfashionable and you won’t have to don a turtleneck - unless you want to!

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