top of page

How To Pick The Right Neckline For Your Wedding Gown

There are so many factors that go into finding the perfect bridal gown for your wedding day. Fit, fabric, price, length, color and neckline all contribute to making your wedding dress uniquely you. To start, here is our guide to finding the right neckline for any bride-to-be.


The square neck design is best designed for those wanting to accentuate the neck. This classic and timeless style opens the chest and draws attention to the collarbones, creating the illusion of a longer neck. We recommend our square neck bridal wear option, The Nathalia Top, which is detailed with romantic hand ruched straps.


V-necklines are a universally flattering design for all women and body types. This style helps elongate your frame and neck while accentuating your chest. Hanna Gotz Studio's Mar Top is a perfect V-neck option for your bridal look. This top uses hand-gathered silk draping for the innately minimal and modern bride.

Halter Top

With the fall season right around the corner, a halter neckline is the ideal choice to provide a little extra warmth without compromising sensuality on your wedding day. This design draws the eye to the bust while keeping a sense of modesty. The Eliana Top adds an elegant ruffle detail to the halter neck of this bridal separate.

Off The Shoulder

An off the shoulder neckline is a flirtatious option for the bride looking to highlight their collarbone. Keeping the chest bare, allows you to play with proportions, creating the perfect balance for the curvy bride. The Josephina Top’s neckline is paired with hand-made voluminous sleek long sleeves adding a touch of dramatic flair to this bridal look.


This daring neckline fully showcases your chest, collarbones and shoulders. The strapless design brings a balance to wide shoulders. The Carmen Top is a fashion-forward take on a strapless top using pleated tulle with layers of ruffles lining the bust and hem. This top is a romantic and elegant piece suitable for any bridal look.

Thank you so much for reading! Follow Hanna Gotz Studio on Pinterest, Instagram, and TikTok, for more content like this.


bottom of page