Dan Lecca

Asymmetrical wedding dresses are the perfect choice for brides looking for a modern, fashion-forward gown for their big day. While this offbeat design has been popular since the late 70s, it’s making its way into bridal in a big way as one of the major 2019 wedding dress trends. We decided to round up some of our favorites to share with brides-to-be. So, if you love rocking a one-shoulder dress or a gown that’s covered with unique fabrics, pleating, and more, these asymmetrical wedding dress are totally meant for you.

We think opposites attract with these attention-grabbing asymmetrical wedding dresses.

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Dress: Gracy Accad

The architectural draped top paired with a modern train on this silk satin gown is totally setting the bar when it comes to asymmetrical wedding dresses.

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Dress: Amsale

Amsale’s take on the asymmetrical wedding dress is definitely one of our favorites. The pleated bodice is a subdued way to switch things up on a minimalist gown.

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Dress: Angel Sanchez

Angel Sanchez’s latest design plays with different draping and fabric choices. The placement of ruffles along with modern bodice and pleated tulle creates a wow-worthy wedding-day-look.

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Pantsuit: Dany Mizrachi

The one-sleeved look of Dany Mizrachi pantsuit is #goals for brides hoping to find an asymmetrical outfit for their big day.

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Dress: Ian Stuart

This killer gown by Ian Stuart gives off a dreamy waterfall effect. With a pleated bodice paired with ruffles of tulle and chiffon, we think this asymmetrical wedding dress has us chasing waterfalls. 

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Dress: Ines Di Santo

Brides hoping to show off their collarbones will go crazy for this one-shoulder beauty by Ines Di Santo. The playful pink hue also helps add to the modern design.

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Dress: Rime Arodaky

Dare to bare in this sexy gown by Rime Arodaky. The mix of cut-outs, both on the neckline and through the waist, is sure to turn heads on your big day.

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Dress: Carol Hannah

Draped fabric is an sure fire way to achieve a hip asymmetrical look. Just check out this taffeta gown that’s accessorized with a statement bow in the back.

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Dress: Daalarna

This Daalarna gown is another asymmetrical wedding dress that gives us waterfall vibes. The slanted layers on this ball gown skirt is not only eye-catching, but also made for twirling.

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Dress: Rime Arodaky

With a criss-cross neckline and high-low hemline, this Rime Arodaky wedding dress is perfect for brides hoping to make a statement.

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Dress: Dany Mizrachi

The asymmetrical tiers and ruffles on this Dany Mizrachi stunner definitely transforms the traditional ball gown into a high fashion look.

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Dress: Morilee by Madeline Gardner

A high-low hemline is an easy way to achieve a modern, asymmetrical look. It also gives you an excuse to buy a pair of statement-worthy bridal shoes!