8. Boat Neckline (aka Bateau/ Sabrina Neckline) Wedding Gowns
Suitable for: Wedding dresses with boat neckline are not revealing and do not show much decolletage, because they are not cut low. This type of neckline makes the shoulders appear wider.
The boatneck neckline is the style on the dress Duchess Meghan Markle’s wore during her church wedding ceremony to Prince Harry (hers was designed by Givenchy).
This dress (above) neck resembles the shape of a boat or canoe, with a wide horizontal opening at the neck. The wide neckline cut runs from one end of the collarbone to the other, nearly up to the tip of the shoulders. This type of neckline can come in sleeveless and sleeved wedding gowns.
10. One-Shoulder Neckline Wedding Gowns
You can’t mistake this neckline, from its name. This style of wedding dress has only one shoulder strap (well, around the neck).
11. High Neckline Wedding Gowns
This style of wedding dress neck looks similar to a turtleneck cut. In some high neck wedding gowns, the neckline stops before or in the middle of the throat, while some go higher to almost reach the neck, nearly like turtleneck tops. One famous high neckline wedding gowns is the gorgeous long-sleeve dress Grace Kelly wore in her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco. It is still a classic to date.
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