No fuss, just the dress. Why not pick up on the hottest wedding dress trend right now – a minimalist gown with clean fresh lines?
We’ve all looked at those old wedding albums and cringed at the styles our parents and aunties thought were the last word in elegance.
But sometimes you do spot an old wedding gown that you definitely wouldn’t rule out for your own wedding, and chances are it’s a style that resonates with the very latest trend – the minimalist wedding dress.
This style of gown is popular for good reasons – it’s clean, it’s sophisticated and it’s destined to become a stone-cold classic. Every fashionista will tell you less is more.
You can’t go wrong with a clean minimalist wedding dress, so check out our gallery of instant classics. The trouble is narrowing it down to just one…
From left, Cheryl (style 12122) A line wedding dress with organza skirt; Charlene fit and flare crepe gown with plunging neckline (style 12125), Celia fit and flare gown with scoop neckline (style 12126), all by Morilee.
Pleated V-neck chiffon Aline bridal gown with bishop sleeves (style 44264) from Sincerity Bridal, below left; A line gown with notched square neckline and square back (style 66152) from Lillian West, middle; Agatha fit and flare stretch mikado gown from Justin Alexander, right.
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Satin A line gown with soft scoop neckline and off-should cap sleeves (style 1069) from Demetrios, below left; Tulle gown with crepe bateau neck bodice and luxurious Princess skirt (style L1003) from Demetrios, right.
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