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

V-neck

The neckline on a V-neck wedding dress is created by two straps plunging down towards the bust to create a ‘V’ shape.

Halter

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.

Square

Wedding dresses with a square neckline feature a low horizontal cut across the top line of the bust, which connects to straps that sit at right angles.

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