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Simple, yet classy wedding gown styles

Simple, yet classy wedding gown styles

For several ladies, they would want to explore various dance steps and walk the aisle majestically but may not be able to do these, wearing very ‘busy’ uncomfortable wedding gowns.

For these ladies, the catch for them in bridal styles are wedding gowns that are simple, yet classy with details embedded in the simplicity of the wedding gown.

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As a simple bride, you’ll likely be drawn to simple and classic silhouettes like pared-back slip dresses, unadorned ball gowns, and courthouse-chic mini dresses.

Perhaps you may want a simple dress with an unexpected twist, like a modern neckline or romantic lace detail. When finding your perfect minimalist wedding frock, look for understated yet elegant details that speak to your personal style without being over the top. It’s all about simplicity and subtlety!

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Whether you’re having a backyard ceremony or a glamorous black-tie affair, we researched a variety of styles tailored to minimalist tastes–taking comfort, function, style, and price point into consideration. If you’re looking for a simple yet sexy slip dress for your big day, we love the Galvan Spetses Dress. If you want a classic ball gown silhouette for your walk down the aisle, we recommend the Amsale Etta Gown or the Anne Barge Hutton Dress.

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According to www.brides.com, best simple wedding dresses for every season, body type are as follows:

If you’re a bride-to-be with a minimalist aesthetic, then a column dress is a no-brainer for your wedding day. This crepe midi from Alexis is designed with strands of beaded shoulder straps that add an element of whimsy to the simple silhouette. The classic crepe fabric is both flattering and unfussy.

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This silk charmeuse slip dress moves like liquid and its soft sheen captures the light from every angle. This dress comes complete with adjustable straps helping to keep pesky tailoring to a minimum. The open-back style is both minimal and sexy.

Looking for an effortlessly romantic and minimal gown? Your search stops here. This BHLDN style features a beautifully draped cowl neckline, delicate straps, and a side slit creating a truly figure-flattering design. It’s also strapless bra-friendly, giving you flexibility with your undergarment options.

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For an impossibly chic city wedding, this silky mini dress from Reformation is a must. Wear yours with monochromatic accessories and a bold lip. It’s great for the bride who wants to eschew tradition in a figure-flaunting mini.

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For the laid-back bride who is having a wedding at home in the backyard, at city hall, or at an intimate venue, this sheath dress is for you. We love everything about this, but we’re especially head over heels for this ultra-fluid fabric that cascades into the lace trim. We love classic satin with a twist for the minimalist bride.

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Sleek and chic, this square neck gown features unadorned fabric with an irresistibly luxurious sheen. Fitted close to the body, a gown like this could be worn to a black-tie affair or a celebration as simple as a courthouse wedding. Since it has a body-skimming silhouette and clean lines, the focus will be on you and not your dress.

For the spring or summer bride, a strapless column dress is the way to go. This number actually features a no-slip grip on the bodice so you won’t have to worry about adjusting your gown throughout the night—phew! And the asymmetrical hemline is an unexpected touch that adds interest to an otherwise simple dress.

Just because you’re a minimalist bride doesn’t mean your only option is a completely plain gown. Opt for some texture with this lightweight taffeta ballgown. Featuring pockets, a boned bodice, and a plunging neckline, the tiered skirt with its ruffled hem creates the dreamiest bridal look, while still being on the casual side.