Slim-a-line Wedding Dress

A slim A-line wedding dress, also known as a modified A-line wedding dress, feature a closely fitted bodice with a skirt that flares gradually to the hem to form an ‘A’ shape. The difference from a traditional A-line gown lies in the skirt, which fits more closely to the body and in turn lends a more modern silhouette.


The slim A-line wedding dress shape is a real all-rounder that is suitable for all body types and is sometimes described as being a cross between the traditional A-line and mermaid cut wedding dress styles.

Lace, tulle and chiffon are popular fabrics for slim A-line wedding dresses. This Grecian-inspired Sophia Tolli slim A-line ‘Joanne’ wedding dress features ethereal chiffon and a sheer beaded back to add some glamour to your wedding day - a beautiful and versatile choice for the chapel or the beach.

Detailed beading is a big trend for wedding dresses, which you can read all about in our blog on wedding dress trends for 2019, so why not opt for a beautifully beaded slim A-line wedding dress? This pretty Justin Alexander - Sweetheart slim A-Line wedding dress features a beaded bodice and V-neckline with illusion beaded straps, a low square back, point d'esprit and tulle skirt - what’s not to love?


Browse by other shapes to find the right dress for you

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.

Dropped-waist

If you want to show off your figure then a dropped-waist wedding dress may be the style for you. As the name suggests, the waistline falls much lower down than the natural waist, before flaring slightly around or below the hips.

Slip

While a slip wedding dress may sound more like an undergarment, ‘less is more’ has become a wedding watchword amongst fashion-conscious brides.

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