It could be that Nicola Peltz-Beckham wore one when she recently married Brooklyn, or maybe it’s the way they provide ample space for accessories, but we’re obsessed with square neck wedding dresses.
Although they are simple, chic and maintain the right balance between retro and modern, square neck wedding dresses are not as common as you might think. People tend to prefer a sweetheart, off the shoulder, backless or plunging alternative for the simple fact that there are more of them in stores.
Take note of Nicola, though, and you’ll see just how universally flattering a square-necked wedding dress can be. Offering ample coverage for those with larger busts, while lending a complementary shape to those with smaller busts, the silhouette explains why necklines are a detail not to be overlooked when shopping for your dress.” big day “.
The exact square-neck wedding dress that Nicola wore to say “yes” was a product of Valentino’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli’s team. It apparently took a year of preparation, plus two trips to Rome headquarters and two US fittings (as well as the head seamstresses traveling to Miami) to ensure that every detail was immaculate. While yours might not need as much TLC, you’ll still want it to be just as perfect.
Shopping for a wedding dress is a difficult task at the best of times, not to mention when you’re looking for one with a specific shaped neckline, so we’ve done the groundwork and found 15 similar yet different square neck wedding dresses. Deserves special mention? The closest figure we could find to Ms Peltz-Beckham herself was from the cult favorite Galvanized. That of the brand Hampshire satin-crepe gown features a square neckline (of course), is framed by two wide straps, and follows your every curve before extending at the back with what’s called a “chapel-length train.”
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