12 Asymmetrical Wedding Dresses for the Fashion-Obsessed Bride
From slanted necklines and hemlines to uniquely tiered and draped skirts, asymmetrical wedding dresses are a one-of-a-kind look.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Dress: Dany Mizrachi
The asymmetrical tiers and ruffles on this Dany Mizrachi stunner definitely transforms the traditional ball gown into a high fashion look.
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!