Ten very different fishtail wedding dresses from the very latest collections to hit bridal boutiques
An illusion skirt is just the thing for a bride who wants to stand out from the crowd. Lightweight and trendy, we love this illusion fishtail by Novia D’Art.
2. Long sleeves
We love this long-sleeved fishtail from Ashley & Justin. Head-to-toe embellished lace applique detail adds interest to the classic fishtail silhouette.
3. Plunging back
This figure hugging style by Nurit Hen shows just how sexy a fishtail can be. It features a gorgeous tulle fishtail and plunging V-back.
4. Over top
A 2016 trend, which has continued into 2017, an overtop adds a fashion forward edge to any dress.
Make a dramatic entrance with this gown by Cristiano Lucci. The sweeping train will ensure all eyes are on you as you make your way up the aisle.
6. Nude underlay
White and cream simply doesn’t suit some skin tones, a nude underlay offers ladies another ‘colour’ to choose from – as seen in this style from Femme by Kenneth Winston.
7. Cut out detail
Shoulder cut outs hit bridal collections in a big way last year, shoulder cuts add a modern twist to the classic fishtail silhouette.
Raise the stakes with a drop-waisted style that flares out mid-thigh. We love this trumpet gown from Ella Rose’s Gallery Collection.
9. High neckline
In contracts to the plunging ‘bare all’ styles of 2016, this year wedding dress collections are favouring a high neckline instead – as seen in the Lihi Hod design.
This Stella York gown oozes femininity. The ruffles add a playful, girly element to create a princess-like appeal in a fishtail gown as opposed to a ball gown.
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