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Posted on February 03 2021


It's amazing how a small part of your garment can affect your whole look. It can make you look more charming, smarter and generally flatter your appearance, or it can ruin the image you’re trying to create. The neckline is an important thing to consider when trying to look your best, especially on your wedding day.

How do you know what type of neckline will look best on you?
When deciding which necklines to wear, you need to be aware of your body. How prominent are your collarbones? Is your neck wide or thin, long, or short? Do you have a big or small bust? Do you want to highlight these areas?

Here are some of the trending wedding gown Neckline examples

Sweetheart Neckline

Sweet heart Neckline ballgown

It is called a sweetheart neckline because of its shape resembling the top of a heart. This neckline gives you a longer and leaner appearance. If you love the style but have a larger bust, or are looking for a more modest look, go for the semi-sweetheart, which is a bit higher up on the chest.

Straight Neckline

Straight Neckline mermaid gown
Want a modern and clean look? a straight neckline is often seen on strapless dresses. Just like the sweetheart, it accentuates the collarbones but provides a little more coverage and security.

V Neckline

V-neckline A-line gown
It is ideal for those who are looking for a longer torso look, whether it’s a slight or dramatic dip. It usually has sleeves or straps which create more support and comfort.

Plunging Neckline

Plunging V off-shoulder lace gown
Daring and fashionable bride go for a plunging neckline which dips low and add a sexy flash of skin. most plunges come with illusion paneling to prevent wardrobe malfunctions. If you’re dreaming of wearing a long sleeve wedding gown on your big day, a plunge is a great way to balance out the coverage!

Square Neckline

Square Neckline gown
The neckline with an equal angle is both elegant and elongating. It features an angular silhouette that rests on the points of the shoulders. This open neckline can be cut wider or lower to show off more shoulder or give a modern look. It's the perfect style for brides who want to accentuate their necks and busts while slimming down the shoulders.