Are you wondering where to buy black wedding dresses that everyone is talking about right now? You’ll find beautiful non-traditional wedding dresses right here!
If edgy is your thing, you scoff at traditional white bridal gowns, and a glamorous, over-the-top wedding dress that is in all black versus ivory, white, or champagne, you’ll love the styles in this blog post.
We found a gorgeous collection of wedding dresses that are black from Stylish Bride Accessories to prove that all brides have different styles! You don’t have to follow the crowd: go big, bold, edgy, and a little moody if that’s your thing.
Many of these dresses have a two-piece style (aka bridal separates) that are made with a bodysuit and skirt. This can be a cropped look, a long-sleeve lace look, open back, short sleeve, etc. In this way, you can completely customize the look of your gown, whether you choose one of this shop’s traditional wedding dresses or one of these new black wedding dresses.
Before we get to inspo — we are sharing 14 of the best black bridal gowns, after all — we’re covering a few frequently asked questions about wearing a black wedding dress.
Black Wedding Dresses
What is the meaning of wearing a black wedding dress?
A black wedding dress isn’t dark or symbolic of bad luck or anything like that. It’s purely a fashionable statement: brides like to go off the norm and this is one way to do it. Many brides are opting for a black dress as their party dress for a huge reception-only wedding (after tying the knot in a pandemic elopement or courthouse wedding). Others simply love the way it looks: black is elegant, gothic, and has a unique edge to it.
Is it OK to wear a black wedding dress?
Of course! It’s your wedding. Choose any dress you love!
Black wedding dresses are along the same lines as formal and black-tie.
If you like it, go with it!
Where to buy black wedding dresses?
There are many places to buy black wedding dresses, but by far the most elegant we’ve found are available at StylishBrideAccessories. Best of all: this shop is handmade! And if you’re an avid reader of Emmaline Bride, you know we love handmade. You’re supporting small businesses while planning your wedding — and we think that’s pretty great.
Where can you buy plus-size black wedding dresses?
You can buy any size wedding dress at this shop! That’s another reason why we love the shop so much (in addition to its amazing reviews, of course).
Read on for everything you need to know!
1. Black wedding dress with sleeves
Lace sleeves… tulle skirt… open back… very edgy! By StylishBrideAccs.
2. Off the shoulder black dress
A two-piece dress in all black with a stylish off-the-shoulder style. Gorgeous! See it here.
3. Long sleeve lace bodysuit black wedding dress
Ooh, this black wedding dress has a bodysuit style plus a skirt. Love this look!
4. Classic Button-Down Back
This dress has classic bridal buttons, but it’s an all black wedding dress. Love!
5. Albertine Top and Tutu Skirt
What a gorgeous combination! I love this all black wedding dress with floral appliques and tutu skirt. What a fun style!
I’ve never seen a dress quite like this one! It’s so unique: a black wedding dress with layers of ombre tulle as the skirt.
7. Mermaid Style Black Dress
A mermaid style, open back, and long flowing gown. Love, love, love.
8. Tulle Dress
9. Lace Bodysuit Wedding Dress
10. Black Wedding Dresses with Cropped Top
And last but not least, check out these popular black wedding dresses with a crop top and skirt combination.
11. Crepe Puff Sleeve Top
I love this one: it’s brand new in their shop!
12. Fitted Gothic Dress
I love the high neckline on this style. And all that lace!
13. Black Gothic Dress
I like the sparkly accents on this one.
14. Black Wedding Dresses with Sleeves
This is my top pick, so I saved it for last: a long lace sleeve wedding dress with an incredibly elegant open back. Stylish!
Black Wedding Robe
If you want to rock out in a non-traditional wedding dress for getting ready, instead of a lace robe opt for this black wedding robe instead! Get it here.
Would You Wear A Non-Traditional Wedding Dress?
Tell us what you think of this fashion trend: hit or miss? Would you wear a black wedding dress?