Elegant, stylish and chic, the Queen Anne neckline has been revamped
Traditionally this Queen Anne neckline features a higher collar at the back and a scoop, V-neck or sweetheart neckline at the front.
Britain’s Queen Anne is said to have popularised the look and it has now made a comeback with a modern twist. The majority of 2016 and 2017 wedding dress designers have retained the shape of this regal neckline, but removed the high collar.
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The Queen Anne neckline paired with a drop waist is the most popular way to wear the look.
The sophisticated Queen Anne neckline is a great option for brides who are not keen on revealing a lot of skin by wearing strapless or plunging styles. The neckline is a classy accompaniment to figure hugging mermaid or trumpet, trumpet and fit and flare drop waists.
The traditional Queen Anne neckline has been modernised with side panel cuts outs on the Alan Hannah styles, 3D lace applique on the Justin Alexander A-line wedding dress, and illusion neckline on the Suzanne Neville gown.
Long sleeves pair well with plunging necklines and prevent the dress from looking overly sexy.
Featured image: Enchanting by Mon Cheri