Four of our Favourites: Long Sleeve Wedding Dresses
We absolutely love long sleeve wedding dresses here in the boutique. Long sleeve dresses is a timeless trend which has been worn by many celebrities throughout the decades from the classic elegance of Princess Grace & Kate Middleton to a more fashion forward long sleeve, the figure hugging silhouette adorned by Kim Kardashian. There has never been more choice in long sleeve gowns for brides to be. While a dress with long sleeves is ideal for brides getting married in the colder months who’d prefer not to wear a shrug or cover up their dresses, long sleeves aren’t just for winter. With low backs, illusion tattoo lace detail and plunging necklines, more and more spring/ summer brides are opting for long sleeve wedding dresses.
Plus, there is a long sleeve dress for every bride. Whether you want your look to be boho, whimisical and romantic or high glamour and figure hugging, you can have it all and with sleeves!
We’re going to share some of our favourite long sleeve wedding dresses that we have here in the boutique with you.
This long sleeve ball gown from Essense has a gorgeous beaded back with crystal buttons which we just love! It’s a modern dress, with ornate lace detailing on the neckline and throughout the bodice and long sleeves. The skirt is soft and floaty and the train features more lace details which finished it beautifully!
This long sleeve dress from Martina Liana is a beautifully romantic style. A unique mix of lace and pearl beading, the bodice on this dress is stunning. We love the off the shoulder neckline on this dress and the stunning scalloped train. It’s a show stopper!
Featuring a V-neckline and crepe skirt, this long sleeve dress from Essense is both chic and sexy. The lace features clear beading throughout the bodice and again on the beautiful lace train. This dress has just the right amount. The back of this dress is completely lace and features buttons that extend all the way to the train!
This Martina Liana long sleeve wedding dress features the most beautiful rococo lace. We adore the plunging V-neck line and sheer cut sides which add an edginess to the floral lace
pattern. The real focal point of this wedding dress is the amazing v back and luxe lace train!
Which is your favourite?