Best Gown Styles for a Summer Wedding

Summer is a great time to get married. School is out, the weather is beautiful, and life tends to just slow down.

However, it can be H O T. When it comes to picking out your dress, you want to be sure that you look AMAZING, but can also be comfortable in the summer heat.

Casual Wedding Dresses

Whether you’re feeling boho or not, these styles are usually super lightweight and breathable!

Beachy Maxi Dresses

Maxi dresses can also be budget friendly, too! Whether your ceremony is oceanside or not, summer vibes always feel beachy.

Short Wedding Dresses

Easiest way to stay cool? Cut off half of the length! Short wedding dresses are cute, unique, and flattering!

Illusion Wedding Dresses

Illusion dresses are SO trendy right now, and it’s easy to see why. There are so many ways these can be styled, all while keeping you cool!

Low-Back Wedding Dresses

We LIVE for a gorgeous low-back dress! There are so many different ways these can be designed, all while giving you a nice breeze.

Off the Shoulder Wedding Dresses

Off-the-shoulder looks are a movement right now. From tops to dresses, it gives any outfit a little edge, and that’s exactly how you should feel on your big day!

Plunging Neckline Wedding Dresses

Plunging necklines can be done so tastefully, especially if the illusion style is incorporated as well. 

The main goal when dress shopping for your summer wedding is to feel comfortable. Lightweight fabrics and flowing design will make it easy for you to move and feel your best!


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