Sleeves Wedding Dress

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. There’s a dress silhouette with sleeves to suit every bridal style and three-quarter length sleeves are a fashionable choice.

Three-quarter length sleeves on wedding dresses are usually made from light fabrics including lace, tulle, organza and chiffon. This flattering length, which stops just below the elbow and highlights the slimmest part of the arm, also offers a little extra coverage to ensure you don’t feel too exposed.

This romantic but sexy chiffon, tulle and lace A-line gown from Mon Cheri bridals would be a perfect choice for a country garden wedding. The illusion lace three-quarter length sleeves, bateau neckline and illusion lace bodice are all bang on trend, while the softly gathered chiffon skirt adds a feminine grace with a hint of sexiness thanks to a side slit in the chapel length train.

For a complete contrast, the ‘Jadorie’ sheath gown from Enzoani Blue is form-fitting and elegant. Three-quarter length sleeves and a striking scalloped sweetheart neckline in beaded Chantilly lace and tulle offer vintage vibes and modern detailing.

To find the perfect wedding dress with three-quarter length sleeves for you browse Wedding Style Collective’s little white book of boutiques to find a stockist near you.

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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.


A bateau neckline, from the French for ‘boat’ and therefore also known as ‘boat neck’, is a wide neckline that runs horizontally on the front and back of a dress across the collarbone to the shoulders.


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

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