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Princess-cut Wedding Dresses for 2017: 60 Spectacular Designs That You Won’t Want to Miss Out On!

  • Jesús Peiró.
  • Jesús Peiró.
  • Isabel Zapardiez.
  • Isabel Zapardiez.
  • Inmaculada Garcia.
  • Inmaculada Garcia.
  • Inmaculada Garcia.
  • Hannibal Laguna.
    • Hannibal Laguna.
    • Hannibal Laguna.
    • Hannibal Laguna
    • Galia Lahav.
    • Fernando Claro.
    • Elisabetta, Reem Acra.
    • Elie Saab.
    • Vera Wang.
    • Vera Wang.
    • Cymbeline.
    • Cristina Tamborero.
    • Cristina Tamborero.
    • Cristina Pascual.
    • Claudia, Reem Acra.
    • Oscar de la Renta.
    • Oscar de la Renta.
    • Bianca, Reem Acra.
    • Austyn, Carolina Herrera.
    • Amelie, Carolina Herrera.
    • Ines Di Santo.
    • Alia, Reem Acra.
    • Ines Di Santo.
    • Ines Di Santo.
    • Pronovias.
    • YolanCris.
    • YolanCris.
    • YolanCris.
    • YolanCris.
    • Star, Monique Lhuillier.
    • Santos Costura.
    • Rosa Clará.
    • Rosa Clará.
    • Rosa Clará.
    • Rosa Clará.
    • Pronovias.
    • Pronovias.
    • Pronovias.
    • Patricia Avendaño.
    • Patricia Avendaño.
    • Patricia Avendaño.
    • NIAB17092, Nicole Spose.
    • NIAB17024, Nicole Spose.
    • NIAB17013, Nicole Spose.
    • NIAB17001, Nicole Spose.
    • Matilde Cano.
    • Marco & Maria.
    • Marco & Maria.
    • Layana, Zuhair Murad.
    • Justin Alexander.
    • Justin Alexander.
    • Justin Alexander.
    • Jesús Peiró.
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It is officially the season of new collections and we’re now starting to see everything that bridal fashion designers are proposing for next season. If you’re lucky enough to be getting married this year, you’re in luck, because there are 60 princess-cut wedding dresses for 2017 waiting for you in this gallery. You’ll be overwhelmed by the number of different designs and styles with a princess-cut skirt in common.

This particular style of wedding dress is a favourite for women who want to celebrate their big day looking chic and regal. Princess-cut designs are characterised by being tight around the waist, highlighting the feminine figure and creating an hourglass appearance, and then flaring out into a voluminous skirt, typical of a princess on her big day. At the top, you can wear any type of neckline – in this selection there are wedding dresses with a low back, wedding dresses with a V-neck or bridal neckline wedding dresses, among others. The fabric choices can also be limitless, among the most used for 2017 – taffetas, fine tulle, crepe, and other brocade fabrics and fabrics with more body, such as piqués – a perfect look for women whose shoulders are broader than their hips, since the broad skirts help to balance out a top-heavy bride. Having said that, they are not recommended for brides of shorter stature, since the actual dimension of the skirt will make them look even smaller.

Get inspired by the most beautiful princess-cut dresses for 2017: 60 extraordinary designs that you will not want to miss out on. You will love it! For more wedding dress inspiration, check out our other galleries! Why not style your princess-cut wedding dress with some spectacular shoes and a stunning bouquet?

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