Not all wedding gowns have to be glitzed to the nines—there’s something so elegant about a simple dress that puts the spotlight on you (not 5,000 blinding crystals). The proof: These 15 no-frills gowns that will have every modern bride saying I do.
15 Minimalist Wedding Dresses That Prove Less Is More
Fit And Flare
For the minimalist who still appreciates a full skirt.
Eddy K ($1,350)
Because you’re going to want to show off the results of all those boxing classes.
Jenny Yoo ($950)
When dancing is the number one priority, a disco-inspired jumpsuit takes the cake.
Jill Jill Stuart ($280)
Edgy, modern and probably the most comfortable bride that ever lived.
Monique Lhullier ($990)
No words needed.
Noelle and Jean by Katie May ($895)
Add a skinny belt or keep it neat with pearl studs and laid-back hair.
Something that you can actually wear again and again.
Rebecca Minkoff ($134)
PSA: You don’t have to go full-length if it’s not your thing.
Black Halo ($325)
The wide-scoop neckline and princess seams are all kinds of royal.
Katie May ($280)
The only thing that would make this '50s-inspired dress better? A birdcage veil.
Jill Jill Stuart ($498)
Classic is an understatement. So is supermodel status.
Business in the front, strappy and open in the back.
Whispers & Echoes ($1,050)
The most flattering silhouette is also the most dance floor–approved.
Jill Jill Stuart ($298)
Formal enough for a traditional ceremony, but laid-back enough for courthouse nuptials.