Turn Up the Volume: 5 Tulle Wedding Dresses We Love

Turn Up the Volume Tulle Wedding Dresses - Isabelle Armstrong

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When it comes to wedding dresses, big is back! While form-fitting sheaths and figure-hugging mermaids have been ruling the bridal runways, an old classic is making a major comeback. Enter: the voluminous skirt. To get that coveted, great big gorgeous gown that won’t weigh you down (and is totally fun to dance in), just remember to bring on the tulle!

The gorgeous wedding dress, seen above, from Isabelle Armstrong is equal parts classic and modern. The elegant corded-French-lace bodice balances out the layered tulle skirt in the most perfect way. Corded-French-lace gown with tulle skirt and back details, $5,300, Isabelle Armstrong

Turn Up the Volume Tulle Wedding Dresses - Atelier Pronovias

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For a look that feels entirely of the moment, consider mixing two bridal separates for one look you’ll love. This organza shirt is paired with a feather applique tulle skirt for a menswear-inspired look with the just the right amount of feminine flair. Organza shirt and A-line skirt with feather appliques, price upon request, Atelier Pronovias

Turn Up the Volume Tulle Wedding Dresses - Oleg Cassini

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The classic ball gown will never go out of style, and this romantic version is one of the prettiest modern interpretations we’ve seen. The tiered tulle skirt keeps the gown feeling light and airy, while the embroidered bodice adds just the right hint of formality and glam. Ball gown with flower-embroidered bodice and low back, $1,650, Oleg Cassini exclusively at David’s Bridal

Turn Up the Volume Tulle Wedding Dresses - Amsale

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To feel like a princess bride-meets-modern girl on your wedding day, look no further than this pretty pick from Amsale. The flowing skirt is paired with a hand-beaded bodice and topped with a chic, structured blazer. Ball gown with hand-beaded bodice and soft-tulle tiered skirt, $6,050, Amsale

Turn Up the Volume Tulle Wedding Dresses - Jenny Lee Bridal

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Whether you’re planning to change into a short number for your reception or just love the idea rocking this non-traditional length down the aisle, this mini dress with detachable overskirt is playful enough for even the most whimsical bride while still conveying tons of traditional appeal. Lace corset and strapless mini with detachable organza overlay skirt, $4,500, Jenny Lee Bridal

Don’t forget to pick up the February/March 2015 issue of Brides, on newsstands now or available for download here, for more wedding-dress inspiration!

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