Wedding Dress Backs Part II

Wedding dress backs Part II. We're so enthralled with the fact that designers choose to incorporate show-stopping backs to their gowns that we have a few more to highlight. Different, but delightful, we can't help but stare at these stunning and spectacular styles.

A one shoulder look is certainly unique from the back. This blush ball gown features a splendid sheer lace strap with silver embellishments. It completely covers the right shoulder and looks perfect with a side swept updo.

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via Corinne Krogh

The back of the dress doesn't have to be intricate to make an impact. This design features scalloped fabric across the back and shoulders. The material is light and opaque. The center line of silk buttons is the perfect accompaniment to the ingenious design.

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via Corinne Krogh

The bodice of this dress hugs slightly lower, leaving more room for the sheer fabric at the top. The almost translucent fabric is embroidered with petite flowers, both in the center and on the edges. This design is modest with the sweet surprise of a stunning back.

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via Jamie Davis At Greenhouse Loft

No statement necklace is needed here! The beading on the neckline of this gown is simply gorgeous. The generous silver beading comes down lower on the back and creates an elegant focal point. The beaded panel is attached to the back of the bodice for an amazing and attractive shape.

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via Joel Bedford

If a bride wants to really show off her back, this design will do it. An open back is unexpected but can still be elegant. A low neckline continues around the shoulders and down the sides before coming back together with a zipper at the top of the skirt. The entire design is ornately beaded and looks appropriate next to a diamond ring.

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via Spindle Photography

The fit of this dress is so exquisite that it looks as if it were painted on. Delicate lace and sequins create a shimmering style. The back of the dress has a sheer panel with fern-like details in the middle. The creation comes down to a point at the lower back for a striking finish.

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via Sylvie Gil Photography

An eye-catching display of statement beading, a bride can be comfortable and chic with this heavily-beaded style. The neckline comes down lower towards the shoulder blades and even though the bodice of the dress runs down a V, the panel of the dress covers the back and is cinched together with sparkling and silk buttons that continue down the back of the skirt. This is a dazzling dream of a design.

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viaVictoria Phipps

When picking out your special dress, don't forget to check out the back. While the front is surely what catches the eye, the back will leave the last impression. Incorporate an unexpected element into your bridal look that will make you feel beautiful from every direction.

Wedding Dress Backs for the modern bride.