25 Nov

Wedding Dress Wednesday :: Square Necklines

A Square neckline cuts the bust in a straight line and the straps (if available), connect perpendicular to the bodice. It is recommended for women whom are well-endowed without fully covering up. It also flatters the majority of all body types.


Time(less) Square: This sweeping number combines a fitted ruched bodice with a free flowing skirt. Delicate beading highlights the straps and neckline. (Manuel Mota; $1500-3000)

Be There or Be: Soft peplum-like drapes adorn the side of the dress. The empire bodice and square neckline is supported by a criss-crossed embroidered belt and straps. (Eugenia; $1500-3000)

Square Meal: Decadent beading embellish this satin ballgown. Architectural details like the cut out sleeves, makes this a beautiful and eye catching. The billowy skirt shows off an embroidered design that mimics the adorned bodice and waistline. (Priscilla of Boston; $9000)

Straight Edge:  Mock cap sleeves draw your eye to the collar bone and neck, showing off the bride’s décolletage. Lace appliqués sprinkle the skirt and blanket the hemline of this sheath silhouette. (Eugenia; $3000+).

Fair and Square: Asymmetrical layering adds interest to the fitted tank bodice. At first glance, this seemingly simple taffeta gown slowly shows off its gorgeous details. The beaded straps, a glittering brooch and covered butons all enhance the dress. (Allure; $700)

Square One: The dropped waist paired with the thin straps help accenuate the torso. Fabric flowers and beadings dot the skirt. Pick-ups in the a-line skirt show off the tulle underlayer. (Demetrios; $1000-1500)

What are you thoughts on the square neckline? Yay or Nay?


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October 17, 2013

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