Princess Wedding Dress

The enduring style of the princess wedding dress has defied the ebb and flow of other trends for longer than Sleeping Beauty was slumbering in her tower.

The princess, or princess line, wedding gown is amongst the most dramatic of the A-line silhouette dresses, featuring sparkles, shimmer and delicately layered full skirts that flow down from a nipped-in waist to flatter most figures.


However, the princess wedding dress is one for apple shapes to avoid as the style will draw attention to your middle and more petite brides should avoid opting for an overly puffy skirt that may overwhelm their frame.

From v-necks to cap-sleeves, sweethearts to illusions, brides can find the perfect neckline to suit them on a princess wedding dress. The daring illusion v-neck bodice  - with an equally sexy low v-back - on Enzoani’s ‘Melissa’ princess wedding dress combines classic princess style with a modern twist, while Watters ‘Stuart’ princess dress is truly fit for a queen with its fully encrusted bodice that plunges both front and back before melting into a gossamer tulle skirt.

Brides getting married in winter could even consider a princess line wedding dress with sleeves, such as the two by Rebecca Ingram and Charlotte Balbier featured in our blog about long-sleeved gowns you’ll love.

Whichever features you choose, you can be sure that embellishments will feature heavily, including beading, embroidery and lace - the perfect finishing touches for the day you write your own classic fairytale.


Browse by other shapes to find the right dress for you

Separates

Wedding separates, also called bridal separates, have become one of the most popular trends with fashion-forward brides looking to break with convention.

Empire

An Empire wedding dress, also known as an Empire waist wedding dress or Empire line wedding dress, is a fantastic all-rounder for pretty much all body shapes.

Fit-n-flare

The glamorous fit-n-flare wedding dress is an extremely popular style, which closely hugs the body before flaring out gradually from just below the hip.

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