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Trendspotting: Cold Shoulder Bridal Gowns You’ll Want to See!

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Cold Shoulder Bridal Gowns

Go ahead and give them the cold shoulder—in a wedding way! It’s one of the gorgeous details that we are absolutely swooning over at the moment as we sought to bring you what’s trending from the collections (Fall 2017 and Spring 2018) of our favorite gown designers. Demure, indeed! But, the look is subtle and even flirtatious, which is why we are showing these 5 adorable gowns.

5 Open Shoulder Bridal Gowns with Sleeves

Whether you’re shy about showing off your shoulders or ready to flaunt them, these 5 varied styles of an cold shoulder gown work perfectly in a spring, summer, or even early fall wedding. We love them no matter the setting because they make a dramatic statement, but without being over the top! Lucky you!

Justine Alexander via the Knot. Photo by MARIA VALENTINO/MCV PHOTO.
Photo by MARIA VALENTINO/MCV PHOTO

Designer: Justine Alexander via the Knot
Gown: “Renee”
Collection: Spring 2018

Marchesa via Vogue.

Designer: Marchesa via Vogue
Gown: Flouncy sleeves in a v-neck style with ornate bodice and layers of tulle
Collection: Spring 2018

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Rita Vinieris via Martha Stewart Weddings

Designer: Rita Vinieris via Martha Stewart Weddings
Gown: “Beloved” gown with open shoulder bell sleeves and floral appliqués
Collection: Fall 2017

Theia Couture

Designer: Theia Couture
Gown: Crepe dress with open shoulder and bell sleeves
Collection: Spring 2018

via Francesca Miranda

Designer: Francesca Miranda
Gown: “Renee” gown with open shoulder and illusion sleeves
Collection: Spring 2018

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