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Top 20! Wedding dresses with the Queen Anne neckline

Elegant and chic, this regal neckline has been revamped


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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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Drop waisted

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.

Queen Anne neckline
Riki Dalal, Suzanne Neville
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Enchanting by Mon Cheri
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Mori Lee 1-2, Anna Campbell
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Sophia Tolli, Lillian West, Justin Alexander

A line

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.

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Justin Alexander
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Alan Hannah 1-2, Suzanne Neville

Sleeves

Long sleeves pair well with plunging necklines and prevent the dress from looking overly sexy.

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Berta Bridal, Suzanne Neville

Featured image: Enchanting by Mon Cheri