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Modest Style Wedding Dresses
Tradition often plays an important role in a wedding, influencing everything from how the ceremony is performed to what the wedding dress should look like. Despite the popular opinion, many brides are excited to wear a wedding dress that honors the tradition, customs and their religion. Trends come and go, but demure and sophisticated bridal gowns never go out of style. You do not have to lower your dress standards just because all the wedding dresses available seem to be backless, strapless or with plunging necklines. For our conservative and religious brides we have handpicked a selection of wedding dresses that balance style and tradition.
A lace illusion bodice meets a chiffon slit skirt in this Enchanting by Mon Cheri 217108 wedding dress, with three-quarter sleeves edging the bateau neckline. The plunging scoop back fastens with a zipper beneath a row of covered buttons. A thin belt with a front bow tops the gathered A-line skirt, which cascades to a semi-chapel train. Available in sizes 0 to 20.
This Modest Bridal by Mon Cheri TR11834 wedding dress features a lace bodice over a chiffon skirt, with a scoop neckline and semi-sheer scalloped short sleeves. A fabric waistband defines its A-line silhouette, leading the full-length skirt and semi-chapel train. Covered buttons conceal the back zipper. Available in sizes 0 to 20.
This Modest Bridal by Mon Cheri TR11985 ivory nude wedding gown features an A-line silhouette in beaded lace, with a Sabrina neckline and butterfly sleeves. A beaded waistband gives way to the full-length skirt, finished with a chiffon inlay that flows to a chapel train.
This Modest Bridal by Mon Cheri TR11983 ivory champagne bridal dress features a slightly ruched bodice with a jewel neckline and illusion long sleeves. This A-line wedding gown is fashioned in allover lace, jazzed up with covered buttons trailing down the full back toward the court train. A satin ribbon belt completes this look.
This Enchanting by Mon Cheri 218172 slim-flared bridal dress features beaded trims around the notched bodice, with a plunging V-neckline and spaghetti straps. Matching beadwork highlights the multiple straps on the open back. A beaded waistband enwraps this lace sheath, finished off with a scalloped hem and court train.
This Enchanting by Mon Cheri 119101 diamond white destination bridal dress is styled in burnout jacquard, featuring a pleated top with a V-neckline and V-back. A beaded waistband tops the full A-line skirt and chapel train.
This Modest Bridal by Mon Cheri TR11975 ivory champagne bridal gown offers a slim-flare silhouette in corded lace, with a modified V-neckline and cap sleeves. The zipped-up full back is complemented with a semi-chapel train.
This Enchanting by Mon Cheri 119102 diamond white champagne destination bridal gown features cap sleeves, to frame the illusion V-neckline and the open V-back. This fit and flare wedding dress is fashioned in Venise lace, finished with scalloped trims on the bodice, hem and chapel train.
Lace appliques accent the side bodice of this Christina Wu Destination 22862 sleeveless chiffon wedding dress with a V-neckline and a V-back. A sleek satin band accentuates the waistline and a lace godet insets the center back of the fitted skirt, flowing into a sweep train.
This Enchanting by Mon Cheri 119126 ivory spun gold casual wedding dress features a lace bodice, with cap sleeves edging the V-neckline and the low V-back. The chiffon skirt is gathered on the inverted basque waist, and cascades into the lace front hem and chapel train.
Modesty does not mean compromising style. On the contrary, it means embracing a classic look that transcends trends and passing fashion. It's fun to look at the current dress trends, but you want to make sure that your dress is something you will proudly show to your grandchildren someday.
Even the bridal designers are picking up on this. On the latest Bridal Fashion Week in New York, we could see that modesty has become one of the distinguished trends in wedding wear. Every major collection features covered-up gowns with long sleeves, high necklines and long A-line skirts. And ever since Kate Middelton rocked a chic Alexander McQueen lace, V-neck bridal gown, all the brides to be were on the lookout for less revealing wedding dresses. Vintage inspired lace bridal gowns became the most sought-out item in bridal salons and luxurious fabrics like silk and charmeuse.
Conservative Wedding Dresses with Sleeves
Choosing to wear a more conservative gown doesn’t mean that you need to look frumpy. Take a look at the fully covered styles that flatter your shape, but are still appropriate for religious ceremony in a church or a temple. You can look stunning even with your arms, shoulders and back covered. With details like accentuated waist, satin or delicate lace motifs you can add a touch of glamour to a demure style. Pick from long sleeves and ¾ sleeves, or cap sleeves for warmer seasons.
If you are planning a religious ceremony you should make sure that your dress satisfies your style as well as the standards of modesty. That can be challenging, but you might have more options than you think. At Madame Bridal we carry designs created with LDS or conservative brides in mind that are perfect for a Mormon, Catholic or an Orthodox Jewish ceremony. You will also find wedding gowns inspired by white temple dresses with full-length skirt and simple, crisp and well-tailored silhouette.
Browse through our selection of modest wedding dresses and find your dream dress. Filter by neckline, length or silhouette amongst other options, to find a dress that fits your personal style and adheres to the religious guidelines.Plus-sizes and additional lengths are also available.