Are you a gal with an all-black wardrobe? Consider wearing one of these simple, sleek stunners on your wedding day. All of them, which were featured in our spring issue, were designed with the ruffle-averse bride in mind. For more gorgeous gown styles, check out our brand-new Wedding Dress Finder tool.
1. The embodiment of “less is more,” Amsale’s one- shoulder silk-faille “Sullivan” ball gown boasts a single jeweled embellishment—and calls for a bold lip color.
2. If Frank Lloyd Wright had designed a dress, it might look like this double-satin sheath by Amanda Wakeley: all clean lines, sharp angles, and gently shifting tiers.
3. The clustered pearls on Heidi Elnora’s “Olive Oil” column eliminate the need for major jewelry—and they swoop down to adorn a sultry cutout back.
4. With its subtle, now-you- see-them stripes, the silk-shantung “Sophie” by Anne Barge proves the appeal of a monochromatic design element.
5. Johanna Johnson’s satin “Gilda” A-line billows around your feet as you stroll to and fro. For a bit more kick, introduce a beaded, Deco-y belt.