The Plunging V-Neck (woo woo, as my mom used to say)

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Our last wedding dress from the Phoenix Pride Fashion Show is Anjolique 2063. Here is ChrisShaundra:


This wedding gown is stunning, from the gorgeous beaded detail at the waist, to the waist-defining ruching, to the slimming (and sexy!) neckline. For my brides that don't want to show that much cleavage, we can add a v-shaped privacy panel in the front.

Here's a shot of the back of the wedding dress:


Anjolique wedding dress #2063 features a plunging back (talk to us about foundation options–we won't let ya flop around, if you're worried about that!), a short zipper with real buttons over it, that gorgeous ruching again (see how her waist is so well-defined above the full skirt?), and the pleating in the skirt. This pleating just below the waist is what makes the skirt drape beautifully and also makes it quite full (and the dress is shown here without a slip/petticoat).

One reason we love this dress for curvy girls and plus size brides is because this style wedding dress is naturally forgiving, with a design that accentuates the waist and covers hips and bellies, potential problem areas for plus size brides.

This dress is a bit non-traditional and definitely makes a statement. Our sample is in silky taffeta (not the noisy kind), but can also be ordered in silk, for those brides who prefer the look of a silk wedding dress or want a wedding gown made of natural fabrics. It also comes in white, diamond white, ivory and light ivory (men everywhere are rolling their eyes, wondering what the difference could be in all those "shades of white", I'm sure!).

Photography by Bill Christ.


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