Bridal Trend: Asymmetrical Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Essense of Australia available at Grace Style & Bridal | Photo: Ben & Kelly Photography

The classic look of symmetry can be very pleasing to the eye, but why not change it up a bit? While you are on your hunt for the perfect dress consider trying on some asymmetrical necklines.

With this trend, you’ll find the look of strapless with a twist. The look of asymmetrical gowns include a difference in the two sides of the neckline. This would allow you to make a statement with the top of your strapless dress with the touch of different material or a cutout. On the other hand, you can also go in the direction of a one-shoulder neckline. A great benefit of the one-shoulder neckline is that it is versatile in terms of fabric. Want beading? You got it. Tulle? Of course. The sky’s the limit and it allows you to put your own flare on your perfect dress.

The difference that this trend provides you with will help you stand out from the usual dress and put a statement on the statement piece of the wedding…you! Be prepared to look out-of-this-world while wearing this trend. But where do you find it you ask? We are sharing our favorite asymmetrical gowns from local Arizona bridal boutiques!

So, why not take a chance on a new style? You may find yourself engulfed in the trend of the asymmetrical wonderland!

Bridal Trend: Asymmetrical Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Beautiful by Enzoani from Bride Studio

Bridal Trend: Asymmetrical Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Justin Alexander from Suzanne’s Bridal Boutique

Bridal Trend: Asymmetrical Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Limor Rosen from Lovely Bride

Bridal Trend: Asymmetrical Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Ivory by Kitty Chen from Bride Studio

Bridal Trend: Asymmetrical Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Casablanca Bridal from Grace Style & Bridal

Bridal Trend: Asymmetrical Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Sottero and Midgley from Suzanne’s Bridal Boutique

Bridal Trend: Asymmetrical Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Beautiful by Enzoani from Bride Studio

Bridal Trend: Asymmetrical Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Limor Rosen from Lovely Bride