A-line wedding gowns rank highly among the most select and versatile style options for brides looking to purchase a wedding dress. Complimenting most body-types and sizes, the A-line wedding gown has a close-cut, narrow bodice with vertical seams that elegantly flow downward to a slightly flattering skirt. This style bridal gown is both chic, classically feminine, and dramatic. While the decision of what style of dress to choose for your wedding day is up to you, A-line wedding gowns are excellent area to start your selection process. Of all the wedding gown styles available, I would highly recommend selecting an A-line gown. Hopefully this list will make your journey in selection your gown somewhat easier. As the old saying goes, a little information can go a long way.
Below I’ve included a few selections from various wedding gown designers that have created beautiful A-line styled wedding gowns.
The Dawson gown is a gem of the A-line gown styles and Matthew Christopher. The Matthew Christopher brand is well known for its fantastic fits and highly inclusive range of sizes that range from petite to plus-size. The Dawson gown has a soft detailed look at the bodice and a luxurious liquid look around the skirt. Each season the Matthew Christopher brand continues to produce elegant and breathtakingly stylish gowns for brides. This brand has a recognizable and stylish aesthetic with an influence that is consistently felt throughout the fashion industry.
Elena by Matthew Christopher (left)
Dawson by Matthew Christopher (right)
When I think of the combination of ethereal beauty and grace, Monique Lhuillier is one of the brands that come to mind. While to Bloom collection offers a beautiful selection of gowns, this whimsical A-line creation is what caught my eye. The Monique Lhuillier brand produces amazingly stylish RTD (ready-to-wear), couture gowns, and wedding gowns.
Princeton Gown by Monique Lhuillier (Right)
Wedding Gown From the Bloom Collection by Monique Lhuillier (Left)
Yemi Osunkoya is a bespoke bridalwear designer. He operates the Atelier brand Kosibah out of Manhattan New York by way of London. For those of you that aren’t aware, bespoke is a custom practice, especially suited for a particular wearer in mind. Yemi’s creative range is limitless and is consistently demonstrated by each wonderful piece that he creates for his clients. Below are a few of the A-line style gowns that he’s created.
Bespoke gowns custom made by Yemi Osunkoya of the Kosibah brand