Off-the-shoulder looks have been very popular in 2018 and come in a variety of styles.
Brides can get that princess feel in this off-the-shoulder gown from Sottero and Midgley.
The “Safira” gown features leaded lace motifs and Swarovski crystals on the bodice with
a tulle ball gown skirt. Gown photo provided by Pence and Panache.
The asymmetrical and tiered looks are on a different level. Romance is back with this
Hayley Paige “Reagan” sandwashed orchid caviar ball gown. The illusion jewel neckline
and modern strap detail complement the full floral skirt with layered ivory organza.
Gown photo provided by de ma fille, A Bridal Boutique.
This lovely layered “Moira” gown by WTOO by Watters features shimmering criss-cross
straps, a multi-layered skirt with horsehair trim, and custom-beaded bodice with
sweetheart neckline. Gown photo provided by Bliss Bridal Salon.
Tons of tulle and hopelessly romantic, this Allure Bridal sleeveless gown of lace English
net (style c492) is textured with soft shimmering embroidery and features a translucent
tulle overskirt. Gown photo provided by Pence and Panache.
Wrapped up in romance with the flare of Hollywood drama, WTOO by Watters’
“Delphine” gown features a Mikado silk sheath with oversized bow in both white and
ivory. Just add diamonds. Gown photo provided by Bliss Bridal Salon.
A flair for the dramatic! The unexpected color of this “Brody + Stevie” ball gown makes
the bride appear to float on air. From the Martina Liana separates collection, the “Brody”
bodysuit features a high lace neckline which pairs perfectly with the layers of horsehair-
hemmed tulle skirt. Gown photo provided by de ma fille, A Bridal boutique.
Capes, like the one on this Justin Alexander Chantilly lace gown, add glamour and
refinement to a classic style. The allover lace fit and flare gown features beaded
embroidered details which complement feminine features. Remove the cape when the
party begins. Gown photo provided by Bliss Bridal Salon.