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?


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Separates

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

Sheath

Sheath gowns, sometimes called 'column wedding dresses' offer a contemporary look and are an extremely versatile option for brides.

Trumpet

Trumpet wedding dresses are often confused with fit-n-flare and mermaid styles. The latter flare out from below the hip and knee respectively, while the skirt on a trumpet wedding dress flares dramatically from the mid-thigh.

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