A-Line Wedding Dress

A true classic gown for a traditional approach, the A-line wedding dress is a highly versatile option for brides to be. A-line wedding dresses are figure flattering and with our range of styles, wearable in practically any setting and theme.
From high glamour to classical gowns, our selection of a-line wedding dresses are the perfect choice for your special day. A major factor behind the popularity of A-line wedding dresses is the potential of being universally flattering on all body types & shapes. At Love Spell Design, we pride ourselves on providing a refreshing approach to the bridal experience & the classical a-line wedding dress. Through our expert knowledge of the industry, we provide sensational a-line wedding dresses, purchasable at our UK bridal boutiques.

View our range of a-line wedding dresses today.

Price range: £1,500 — £3,000 with most of our wedding dresses between £1,800 - £2,500.

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FAQs & Further Information

Quite simply, an a-line wedding dress is characterised by a stylish silhouette that has a distinct ‘A’ shape. Usually, an a-line wedding dress is fitted in the bodice and then begins to flare out at the waistline. The skirt of an a-line wedding dress is highly customisable but typically offers a more ‘full’ look without the additional weight of volume.

A large selling point for a-line wedding dresses is the huge availability of this type of gown. Being universally flattering on many body types instantly places these dresses as a staple piece for many brides that may find it difficult to find the perfect wedding dress for them. Booking an appointment for our showroom will be the best way to secure the perfect fit, so be sure to enquire today.

It’s best to get an idea of what the setting of the wedding will be like before going ahead and choosing your wedding dress. This is good because it can give you an idea of whether to prepare for certain weather or environments. This is why we recommend that you look at wedding dresses after you’ve booked the venue, around 8-10 months before your wedding.If your wedding day is far into the future, we recommend waiting to look for your a-line wedding dress, as styles and trends can change quickly.

We recommend bringing two trusted people who understand your taste and won’t overwhelm you. Searching for the perfect a-line wedding dress can be a wonderful experience, but it can also be intense, especially if you’re trying to find a dress in a certain time frame.

Our guests tend to stay for around an hour to find their perfect a-line wedding dress. If you think that an hour won’t be long enough to try on your a-line wedding dress, we can always book you in for a slot on a weekday, when we’re not as busy and can offer more time.

We recommend wearing skin coloured underwear to your appointment with a strapless bra. This is so that you can see the a-line wedding dress in its full potential. To help you imagine wearing it on your wedding day, you can also bring any accessories or shoes.

It is advisable not to bring children to the appointment as they can be a distraction and make it harder to find the perfect a-line wedding dress. Although it isn’t recommended, we understand that this is not always possible, so if you are bringing your children, make sure that you come on a weekday when it’s a little quieter.

While similar in a few ways, ballgowns are one of the most traditional silhouettes when it comes to a wedding dress. Typically, ballgown wedding dresses are made with a wide, full skirt, most often achieved by using crinolines or layers of tulle to achieve fullness. A-line wedding dresses, on the other hand, are halfway between a sheath silhouette and a ballgown. The silhouette flares out at the waist but with less drama than a ballgown and has a fitted bodice. A-line wedding dresses are named for the way it creates an “A” shape on the body.