Bridal Fashion - Wedding Dress Shoots



Dresses with deep v-necks and backs



For brides daring to take the plunge, the latest lust-have designs are all about the deep V. Exposed decolletage and bare backs are firmly on the agenda, with naval skimming necklines and the derriere receiving some serious attention of late.

Plunging necklines range from navel-deep to over-scooped sweethearts, depending on how low you want to go. Décolleté designs can be made more modest and demure with sheer and illusion panelling, with ornamentation added through elaborate beadwork and detailed embroidery - or embolden your look even further with either of the two top bridal trends: cut-outs and corset bodices.

Deep plunging and bare backs provide another sensuous and show-stopping way to wear the trend. V-backs that point toward the base of the spine or low, draping cowls are tantalisingly en vogue, as are open (corset) back gowns - with or without flowing shoulder streamers or barely-there spaghetti straps.

For a hit of high glamour, you can't beat plunging necks and backs to ensure spotlight-stealing style of the most seductive variety...

Lillian West, Elaine Rawlings Bridal Boutique
Lillian West, Elaine Rawlings Bridal Boutique
Lillian West, Elaine Rawlings Bridal Boutique
Justin Alexander, Elaine Rawlings Bridal Boutique
House of St Patrick, Bridal Gossip
Madi Lane, The Bridal Studio Helston
Wendy Makin, The Bridal Studio Helston
Rebecca Ingram, Bliss Bridal Gowns
Rebecca Ingram, Bliss Bridal Gowns
Willowby by Watters, St Ives Bridal Boutique
Madi Lane, The Bridal Studio Helston
Made With Love, St Ives Bridal Boutique
Made With Love, St Ives Bridal Boutique
Made With Love, St Ives Bridal Boutique
Ivory & Co, Bridal Gossip
Nicole Milano, The Bridal Studio Helston

True Bride, Coastal Bridal


main image: Pronovias, The Bridal Studio


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