While trends come and go, there's something to be said for timeless classics—after all, there's a reason they've stuck around so long. Anything you and your grandmother can agree looks good is a dress that unquestionably looks stunning. As the years go by, there's a few silhouettes that stay; they get updates and always have something slightly different from past iterations, but the basic shape of the dress remains the same. These timeless silhouettes always flatter brides, and are the most common we see getting chosen time and time again.
For brides who love that princess-like look, the ball gown silhouette is the way to go. This classic, satiny ballgown from Margaret Moreland is the epitome of timeless: with its gorgeous sash, classic v-neckline, full skirt, and train, this is the exact type of dress you'll see in a photo in 30 years and still love just as much as the first time you tried it on. Our favorite part of this dress? The pleating on the neckline gives it just enough extra detail to be eye-catching yet still simple.
Fit and Flare
The fit and flare dress always stays popular because it is figure flattering on almost everyone. We love how simply this fit and flare dress is from the front—understated yet stunning, the plunging neckline gives it the perfect amount of added drama. This dress is great for brides who want to give guests a surprise as the walk down the aisle. The back of the bodice is sheer lace, with a gorgeous chiffon tie that gives the perfect wow moment as you walk down the aisle.
A-line silhouettes are incredible versatile and we have seen them done thousands of way, yet each time still feels new. We are obsessed with this Morilee design's take on A-line. With the plunging neckline, illusion mesh, and double-banded waistline, this dress is a stunning modern take on the classic A-line shape. Timeless yet sexy, this dress features crystal and pearl-beaded trim that gives it the perfect hint of sparkle for brides who want a slightly more glamorous look.
If you want something as classic as the ballgown, but aren't sure about a full skirt (we get it—not everyone wants the full-skirt look), the sheath dress is just as timeless but with a much more toned down skirt. From the front, this dress is a chic, sophisticated gown that flatters you figure and gives just a hint of cleavage. Once you turn around, the bodice is backless with a gorgeous square back created by the straps and ends in a stunning and dramatic train, with tiny buttons running down the entire dress. Elegant and sleek, this dress is perfect for brides who want something yet striking.
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