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If you’re a fan of modern wedding dresses, gowns with geometric shapes might be just the fashion-forward style you’re going for. These embellishments, cutouts, and appliques add visual interest to a gown while remaining clean, architectural, and contemporary—ideal for those who don't want an super-feminine or grand style. So, if you’re looking for a wedding dress that’s a bit nontraditional but still completely wedding-worthy, check out these geometric-inspired gowns.

These modern wedding dresses with geometric details are a must-see for contemporary brides-to-be.

 

Dress: Ines Di Santo

The diamond shape beaded illusion back on this dramatic ball gown is giving us major #backgoals.

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Dress: Justin Alexander

Brides hoping to wear a modern silhouette that isn’t figure hugging should opt for this trapezoid shaped shift dress. The tulle and horsehair illusion skirt gives balance to the oversized dress and makes the overall look feel chic and modern.

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Dress: Naeem Khan

Along with the fringe detailing, the chevron beading on this modern wedding dress by Naeem Khan is totally eye-catching and definitely a fun pick to bust a move in on the dance floor.  

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Dress: Berta

Dare to bare some skin with this sheer beauty by Berta. The bodice features crystal embellishments in the shape of diamonds and is a sexy choice for modern brides-to-be.

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Dress: Jenny Yoo

Brides hoping to find a modern wedding dress that has also gives off a preppy vibe should opt for this design by Jenny Yoo. The soft checkered boxed pattern throughout the classic ball gown creates a charming bridal look that’s fit for any contemporary bride.

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Dress: Justin Alexander

The geometric patterns and cutouts throughout this long sleeved masterpiece is definitely one of our favorite modern wedding dresses from this year.

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Dress: Morilee by Madeline Gardner

The triangle cut-out back adds a modern touch to this feminine lace wedding dress.

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Dress: Watters

While this look doesn't necessarily fit the clean lines and structure of the previous geometric-inspired dresses, we thought the heart-shaped appliques were a modern (and playful) way to jazz up an A-line gown.