Who says fall brides need to be all bundled up for their walk down the aisle? Why not brave the chill in the air and embrace the current trend in bridal fashion? We’re talking about the alluring and sophisticated one-shoulder style of wedding dress! It allows you to bare a bit of skin while choosing from classic to modern designs, and sleek to flowing silhouettes. You’ll see what we mean in this stunning selection of one-shouldered bridal dresses to consider for fall!
10 Alluring One-Shoulder Bridal Gowns for Fall
1 – “Rory” – Trumpet-style gown with chapel length train. A one-shoulder dress in light tulle with beaded lace appliqués throughout the bodice and down the skirt. The shoulder has a crystal brooch with a back bodice that has a lace strap. Gown by Sophia Tolli (Australia).
2 – “Hadley” – A sleek column gown by Sareh Nouri, highlighted by an asymmetrical neckline and an Italian floral jacquard detachable cathedral train overskirt
3 – A Romona Keveza modern and minimalist knee-length dress, softened by a sheer flowing overskirt
4 – “Chantelle” – An asymmetrical strapless silk organza sheath by Ines Di Santo, with French tulle overlay and Lyon lace paired with detachable tulle train
6 – “Style 2593” – A classic gown by Alfred Angelo, graced by an illusion, embellished single shoulder strap combined with a sweetheart neckline
7 – A slinky creation by Elizabeth Fillmore softened by a one-shoulder ruffled bodice and asymmetrical ruffles at the skirt hem (image via: Brides.com)
8 – “Valerie” – A sculpted look from Peter Langner in this one-shoulder gown in magnolia silk with asymmetric draping
9 – “Artemisia” – A one-shoulder, draped chiffon gown from Carol Hannah’s Botanica Collection, with a high slit (optional), cowled bodice, and exposed boning
10 – “Melrose” – A figure-hugging silk jersey one shoulder gown by Naeem Khan with cape and cut out sides
So is the one-shoulder style an option for your Fall Wedding dress?