A Line Wedding Dresses

A timeless bridal silhouette that never goes out of style, A-line gowns are fitted across the bust and natural waist before flowing out into a skirt that resembles the shape of an upper case “A”. This shape flatters all figures, it draws the eye up, emphasising the waist and providing plenty of ease across the hip. The most versatile of dress shapes, our A-line collection features a range of fabrics and features, whether it’s a lightweight floaty gown or something with more structure and volume, you’re sure to find “The One” at WED2B.

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What Does A Line Wedding Dress Mean?

We love an A-line lace wedding dress as it’s a super flattering silhouette for all shapes and sizes. Fitted at the chest to highlight your narrowest point, this style flows out gradually to make an 'A' shape whilst also drawing eyes upwards to your beautiful defined waist. If you're not sure on the silhouette then A-line wedding dresses are a great starting point.

The balanced proportions work brilliantly to draw the eyes upwards and give you that defined waist look, so it’s super flattering for all body shapes and perfect for any wedding day theme. We have hundreds of amazing A-line styles to inspire you. Visit your local WED2B store today our friendly staff are on hand to help you find the A-line wedding dress you've been dreaming of.

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A-line wedding dresses faq's

Most frequently asked questions about our A-Line Wedding Dresses.

What is an A-line wedding dress?

An A-line wedding dress gets it’s name from the shape of the skirt in an ‘A’ silhouette. The waist is narrow and the hem flares out making it a flattering shape for all brides.

What is a slim A-line wedding dress?

A slim A-line wedding dress (also known as a soft A-line) still has the classic ‘A’ shape but less volume in the skirt, giving a softer, less structured silhouette and often well suited to boho style wedding dresses.

What is the difference between an A-line and Ball Gown wedding dress?

Ball gown wedding dresses typically have more volume and structure compared to A-line dresses. Both styles accentuate the waist and flare to out to a wide hem. A-line dresses can have a softer, less structured skirt, also known as a soft or 'slim' A-line.