Choose the right neckline and you’re well on your way to looking absolutely fabulous on your big day. And you can’t go wrong with a classic V neck wedding dress, as it’s a super flattering style for every figure. Just make sure you choose a depth that best fits your bust size. Smaller busts, for example, should try a less dramatic plunge while a deeper V will add balance to a larger bust.

A V neck wedding dress also means you can have fun with your accessories. It’s the perfect frame for a drop necklace that mirrors the shape of the neckline or why not be bold and go for a real statement piece!

V is for versatile

Below we’ve picked two dreamy dresses, to show you how a V neckline can work brilliantly with different styles of dress. For example, Magda is a totally modern V neck wedding dress, showcasing sleek contemporary lines and softly draped fabric, while Carmela is a beautiful classic in luxurious lace. Read on to discover your favourite…

Effortless style

We really love the simplicity and elegance of this crepe Anna Sorrano gown. The mid-depth V neckline is also great for brides of all bust sizes.

Full front shot of Magda a v neck wedding dress Magda, available in sizes 6 to 16

The perfect cut

The modern cap sleeves here provide stylish support and coverage and also flatter the tops of the arms.

  Close up front shot of Magda a v neck wedding dress  

Cut to fit

Luxurious stretch crepe hugs the body beautifully, while the clean-cut seams help to create a stunning silhouette.

  Detail front shot of Magda a v neck wedding dress  

Sleek lines

At the back there’s an elegantly low scooped neckline leading to a chic row of covered buttons. These mirror the lines of the seams, which helps to accentuate curves.

  Close up back shot of Magda a v neck wedding dress  

Style it up

This modern design can be dressed up or down to create your own unique look. We think it looks amazing with a shimmering Estella belt at the waist, complemented by a chic updo and a modern tiara. For the perfect finishing touch,  just add our stylish Willa veil in soft tulle too.

  Close up front shot of Magda a v neck wedding dress accessorised with a belt  

Cool crepe

There’s no need to wear an underskirt with this figure-hugging crepe design. Simply let it fall to the floor in natural waves as you walk down that aisle. And, if you like this look but would prefer a deeper plunge on your v neck wedding dress, then check out Blaise. Alternatively, for higher necked styles, try Markle or Grace instead.

  Full back shot of Magda a v neck wedding dress  

True grace

Our beautiful Carmela dress is full of romance and the perfect example of a classic V neck wedding dress. The super soft tulle features delicate floral corded lace appliqués across the entire bodice and the soft, illusion lace neckline is perfect for brides who want plenty of coverage.

Full front shot of Carmela a v neck wedding dress Carmela, available in sizes 10 to 22

Luxurious lace

The wide sleeves here give plenty of coverage while showing off attractive arms to the full. Wear this style with our 163 underskirt to really make the skirt ‘pop’ and give the look even more of that 1950s’ Hollywood vibe.

  Close up front shot of Carmela a v neck wedding dress  

A touch of romance

At the back there’s more of that breathtaking lace and a pretty row of covered buttons, which help to give the perfect fit. It’s an elegantly modest style with more than a touch of that iconic Grace Kelly glamour.

  Close up back shot of Carmela a v neck wedding dress  

Add some extras

Accessorise this dress with our glittering Estella belt and our classic Maisie veil, edged in delicate corded lace. Finally, complete the look, with our classic Regency tiara. And, if you’re looking for an alternative V neck wedding dress check out Dawson or Porsha for something simpler.

  Full back shot of Carmela a v neck wedding dress  

Discover your dream V neck wedding dress here or click here to discover the entire Anna Sorrano collection. Try on your favourites at your nearest WED2B store or for more inspiration head over to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter