If you…want something classic

Hey, it’s OK if your wedding day fantasy involves you, a big ol’ veil and a bridal gown fit for a Disney princess. We found some jaw-dropping wedding dresses that fit the bill, including this gorgeous gown. The ruched bodice will look good in photos and in person while the chapel train looks dreamy from every single angle.
A fairytale princess wedding dress

This embellished gown features a sweetheart neckline, a mermaid skirt and rosettes galore. What’s not to love?

A classic sleeveless wedding dress

Strapless isn’t your only option when it comes to traditional bridal gowns. A sleeveless tank with the works (pleats, beads, an I’m-making-an-entrance-here train) feels equally major and affords you way more bra options—never a bad thing.

If you…like the goddess look

Hollywood starlets have been working this sexy look on the red carpet forevs. It can work for your big day, too, and you don’t need a celeb bank account to make it happen. Want proof? Just check out this dramatic gathered-bust sheath. So pretty in antique-y off-white chiffon!

Goddess wedding gown
Grecian draping on one long swoosh of silky fabric elongates the body and shows off the new erogenous zone: the shoulders.
A pre-accessorized goddess gown

Built-in jewelry like on this dazzling halter-strap style draws attention to a bride’s beaming face and eliminates the need for a necklace—genius!

An easy, breezy goddess gown

Planning to get married on a beach—or just want to bring that easy, breezy vibe to your wedding day? Slip into a flowy, spaghetti-strap bridal gown with a knotted front to look and feel gorgeously stress-free!

A sexy, goddess gown

This body-hugging draped dress lets you show off your sex appeal without looking like you’re about to do a wild, quickie Vegas wedding.

Chic and fuss-free wedding gown

There’s tons to worry about on your big day, so why not knock one or two things off the list? The gorgeous crinkled silk is perfect for brides who don’t want to stress about having perfectly steamed gown while the subtle beaded embellishment means there’s no necklace required.

If you…have your heart set on lace

Looking totally girly your thing? You’re in luck: This lace-covered trumpet-shaped dress with beaded belt shows off your waist and will wow guests.

A train-accented lace wedding gown

What do you get when you combine six-plus tiers of ivory ruffles, dainty capped sleeves and a sweet train? We say a confectionary creation, but you might just call it a-ma-zing!

A halter-cut lace wedding gown

Whether you want to show off a bit of pretty cleavage—or you’re just looking to enhance your A-cup—you can’t go wrong with something plunging and lacy. 
An accessorized lace wedding gown

Keep from OD’ing on frills by adding a little jolt of color—think a pretty sash belt or modern accessories—or just keep the top fitted and sexily streamlined.
If you…want something fuss-free

There’s no rule that says your walk-down-the-aisle dress has to have lots of going on. Simple can be “wow” too, and as a bonus, you can save some money when you’re not shelling out for extra trimmings. One no-fail way to pull off this unfussy-chic look is with elegant black and white (or black and ivory) in an A-line shape.

A strapless, fuss-free wedding gown

What keeps a sweetheart neckline from looking too cutesy? A slim skirt and a sleek belt—just the thing for a cosmopolitan wedding!

A modest, fuss-free wedding gown

Brides-to-be seeking a more covered-up look should pay special attention to the neckline. Sheer, cap-sleeve details create a romantic yet but modest look—walking that oh-so-important line of being dramatic but not revealing.
A sweet, fuss-free wedding gown

Your picky Aunt Martha and other style-savvy guests will never be able to guess that you spent under $500 (or in this case, under $100!) for your picture-perfect wedding dress.

A budget babe’s “wow!” wedding gown

If you’ve got Hollywood tastes but more of a waitress-paying-her-way-through-film-school budget, this mega-dramatic gown is for you. Your guests will gasp (in a good way) when they see this gorgeous bridal dress—you will too when you see the price tag!

If you…aren’t into the whole long wedding gown thing

Don’t see yourself in a big fluffy gown? Totally fine. Shorter dresses are way low-key. Plus, ankle- or knee-length dresses like this one will show off your legs and let you bust some serious moves on the dance floor.

A sweet and flirty wedding dress

If you’re a fan of princess-y touches but don’t want to be swallowed up by too much fabric, try a frilly frock that hits just below the knee. Love the tulle-accented Empire waist that balances out a larger bust while still looking dainty.

Wanna see even more?

See and shop for hundreds of bridal gowns and white dresses at glamour.com!
A short wedding dress

A stylish short dress says, “I am not a bridezilla, thank you very much,” while the one-shoulder look taps into one of the year’s biggest fashion trends.

Source: Glamour

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