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Princess cut wedding dresses for 2017: 60 extraordinary designs you don’t want to miss out on!

  • Ines Di Santo.
  • Ines Di Santo.
  • Alia, Reem Acra.
  • Ines Di Santo.
  • Amelie, Carolina Herrera.
  • Austyn, Carolina Herrera.
  • Bianca, Reem Acra.
  • Oscar de la Renta.
    • Oscar de la Renta.
    • Claudia, Reem Acra.
    • Cristina Pascual.
    • Cristina Tamborero.
    • Cristina Tamborero.
    • Cymbeline.
    • Vera Wang.
    • Vera Wang.
    • Caroline Castiigliano
    • Sassi Holford
    • Elie Saab.
    • Elisabetta, Reem Acra.
    • Fernando Claro.
    • Galia Lahav.
    • Hannibal Laguna
    • Hannibal Laguna.
    • Hannibal Laguna.
    • Hannibal Laguna.
    • Inmaculada Garcia.
    • Inmaculada Garcia.
    • Inmaculada Garcia.
    • Isabel Zapardiez.
    • Jesús Peiró.
    • Jesús Peiró.
    • Jesús Peiró.
    • Justin Alexander.
    • Justin Alexander.
    • Justin Alexander.
    • Layana, Zuhair Murad.
    • Marco & Maria.
    • Marco & Maria.
    • Matilde Cano.
    • NIAB17001, Nicole Spose.
    • NIAB17013, Nicole Spose.
    • NIAB17024, Nicole Spose.
    • NIAB17092, Nicole Spose.
    • Patricia Avendaño.
    • Patricia Avendaño.
    • Patricia Avendaño.
    • Donna Lee Brides
    • Pronovias.
    • Pronovias.
    • Pronovias.
    • Rosa Clará.
    • Rosa Clará.
    • Rosa Clará.
    • Rosa Clará.
    • Santos Costura.
    • Star, Monique Lhuillier.
    • YolanCris.
    • YolanCris.
    • YolanCris.
    • Pronovias.
    • Anne Barge
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The new collections from all the big bridal fashion houses have well and truly landed, so if you have set your date to get married next year you’re in luck because we are giving you some fabulous inspiration in the form of this gallery of 60 princess cut wedding dresses for 2017. You’ll be amazed with the sheer variety of designs and styles with this classic silhouette!

This wedding dress silhouette is one of the all time favourites for brides to celebrate their big day in. Princess cut designs are characterised by being tight at the waist with a voluminous skirt that adds glamour and a regal touch to your fairytale day. The types of neckline in our selection of dresses are immense, think anything from wedding dresses with a sensual V neck to sweetheart necklines. Equally the luxe fabrics are pretty breathtaking, among the most used in the 2017 collections we’ve spotted taffetas, fine tulle, crepe and brocades. Galia Lahav, Vera Wang and Inmaculada García are some of our faves who have flaunted fab princess silhouettes in their 2017 collections.

Princess wedding dresses are perfect for women who have wider shoulders than hips as the voluminous skirt balances the look. Bear in mind they are not usually recommended for particularly petite brides, as the dimension of the full skirt can overwhelm a tiny frame and make you look even smaller, in which case it’s best to go for narrow A-line dresses to elongate your figure.

Take inspiration from these stunning princess cut dresses for 2017. We’ve put together 60 extraordinary designs you will not want to miss!

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