A Train of Thought
It’s hard to deny the glamour and elegance of a dramatic train. Whether adorning a sheath silhouette or a voluminous ballgown, we love the effect a train can have on any wedding dress. That extra something special elevates a bride’s look to the next level. From sheer tulle, to scalloped hemlines, to intricate beading, one type of train does not have to fit all! Here’s a closer look at a few of our favorites!
Rashida, Style 2086
Fit for a goddess from the brand new Desert Dreams Collection, this lacey fit and flare gown is the definition of boho glamour. The crystal beading and embroidered appliqués atop tulle over Chantilly lace, is a magical mix of fabrics and details. A sultry scooped back blends into the long sheer petal train. A look just as dreamy as it sounds.
Parker, Style 2028
It’s hard to pick our favorite feature on this shimmering fit and flare gown. The soft tulle, rich with frosted Alencon lace appliqués, is high on our list. Or perhaps it’s the sheer back with tattoo lace and buttons that extend down. Above all it might be the sheer chapel length train with the scalloped hemline and gorgeous lace details. Good thing we can have it all!
Kassandra, Style 5603
From the front, this high neck satin A-line is sophisticated and chic. A low back with crystal trim details adds a bit of fun. And then there’s the covered buttons that run seamlessly down the entire train. Each and every detail adds up to one simply stunning gown.
Laralaine, Style 8298
Long sleeves and decadent beading make this sheath a beauty. With a sequined mesh underlay and a hint of champagne blush tones on the skirt, the cathedral length train is a natural extension of the already exquisite look. We’re also gushing over the cutout back that really completes the dress.
Kristabelle, Style 8226
Truly a gown to stop you in your tracks! The fitted long sleeves, plunging neckline, and full ballgown silhouette, covered in a sparkle of beads, is a vision to behold. With a waterfall of feathers, outlining the hemline of the cathedral train, it’s the dress fairytales are made of!