One Shoulder Wedding Dresses 2013

We’re back with more bridal fashion week wedding trends hot off the runway (with your destination wedding in mind, of course)!  These two trends are quite the opposite, but popular down the runways nonetheless.  So if you’re a bit more fashion forward and daring, consider a modern one shoulder wedding dress!  Whether with a big bow or seamless ruching of chiffon and even a cap sleeve, the variations of the one shoulder wedding gown work for almost anyone (and can be very figure flattering).  We love this Grecian looking gown by Romona Keveza if you’re heading overseas for your destination wedding and the Amsale long and short dresses for a city chic destination wedding!

one shoulder wedding dresses{Photos from Top Left: Carolina Herrera and Romona Keveza via Martha Stewart Weddings, Middle Row: Monique Lhuillier via Brides.com and Maggie Sottero via Martha Stewart Weddings, Bottom Row: Amsale via Martha Stewart Weddings}

And if you’re a bit more conservative, getting married in a religious house of worship or a more conservative country, or you simply don’t adore the look of your upper body on display, then consider covering up with these very soft and romantic shoulder covering cap sleeve wedding gowns and overlays.  You can cover up with a high neck shoulder veil or rock a short and flirty number with lace cap sleeves.  All the variations can be sexy, but respectful at the same time.

cap sleeve wedding dresses{Photos from Top Left: Temperley London, Ines Di Santo,  Oscar de la Renta via Brides.com, Bottom Row: Amsale and Christos via Martha Stewart Weddings}

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  • I like the style,it is simple  yet adorable :D I just wish that i can also make it to bridal fashion week.

  • I like the style,simple but adorable. I just wish that i can also watch bridal fashion week :D