When wedding dress shopping, so many brides come up to the dilemma where they are caught between two wedding dresses. Perhaps it’s the fitted dress where she feels sexy and modern versus the ballgown where she feels sweet and traditional. Maybe she’s caught between wanting a long train for beautiful pictures, but she loves to dance and she want mobility for her reception. The problem is that most brides don’t want to buy two wedding dresses for their wedding day, so we are giving you the best of both worlds with convertible gowns, brought to you by our favorite designers.
For the bride who loves a grand entrance but loves to party, we have a Stella York wedding dress. On top, you have a gorgeous natural waist ballgown skirt with layers of soft tulle. In other words, Carrie Bradshaw’s bridal dream come true. Underneath, you have an adorable knee-length, lace, body-con dress, with a scalloped edge. Perfect for not only dancing all night long at your reception but also for hopping on a plane to your honeymoon. It can also be the answer to your rehearsal dinner outfit, and you can wear it for many anniversary dates in the future.
For the bride who is conflicted between feeling sexy and feeling traditional, we have a Pronovias lace and tulle gown. As the base, you have a breathtaking lace trumpet gown that would take any groom’s breath away. Then, wrapping around the drop waist, you have a tulle skirt attached to a sash that flows behind you as your walking down the aisle.
When you have gorgeous gowns and an unlimited amount of options, why can’t you have the best of both worlds? Happy hunting!
Favorite Convertible Gowns:
Gown 1, 2: Sottero & Midgley – Suzanne’s Bridal Boutique
Gown 3, 4: Stella York – Uptown Bridal & Boutique
Gown 5, 6: Pronovias – Bridal Boutique of Arizona, Grace Style & Bridal
Gown 7: Mia Solano – Luv Bridal
Gown 8, 9: Rosa Clara – Bridal Boutique of Arizona
Gown 10, 11: Pronovias – Grace Style & Bridal, Bridal Boutique of Arizona
Photo 1: Steph Wahlig