Unleash your inner Prima Ballerina by having a tulle wedding gown. This silhouette is ideal for a vintage-inspired gown and makes any bride feel instantly glamorous. Whether you need to look ethereal or as if you’ve emerged from a 60s movie, it’s an elegant choice that will last the exam of time.

A-Line/Princess Scalloped Neck Sleeveless Long/Floor-Length Chiffon Bridesmaid Dresses With Split Pleated

Cover the flouncy fabric with lace or silk, or allow the beauty of the skirt to shine by continuing to keep it out. This is ideal for showcasing your spinning skills around the dance floor, so have a chuckle with it! Click

The tea-length dress is a ‘50s classic. After the Dior New Look in 1947, this silhouette catapulted itself into mainstream fashion. The shorter style puts a contemporary twist around the traditional gown but looks funky enough to appear during the Golden Age of Hollywood.

With full A-like skirts, boatnecks, and Peter Pan collars, today allows the bride-to-be to go full-scale while still looking flirty and classy. Wear the gown with classic stilettos, a sleek updo, and two gloves for that ultimate retro fantasy.

Add a subtle modern twist to the tea-length ball gown wedding dress with 3/4 sleeves. A mix between short and long, it’s a good way to keep the very best half of your arm hidden without looking matronly. When combined having a nipped-in waist along with a mid-length silhouette, you’ve got a recipe for any beautiful gown which will keep the compliments coming on the right path.