:::15 Most Memorable Gown Styles From 2012:::
A sheer-bodice gown isn’t something any wedding guests are likely to forget. Yet somehow this dress isn’t overly sexy -- it still has a sweet side.
Gown by Reem Acra
This gown is a stunner by itself (how chic are the star embellishments?), but the flowy cape just adds that extra wow factor.
Gown by Pronovias
You don’t need to be dripping in glitzy crystals to make a big statement; sometimes all it takes is a full skirt made of big, bold ruffles.
Gown by Oscar de la Renta
The perfect shade of pale pink can be pretty unforgettable.
Gown by Liancarlo
Hundreds of layers of organza are not only extremely couture, but they’re also incredibly eye-catching.
Gown by Vera Wang
Want to make a serious impression? Wearing fashion-forward purple feathers on your skirt is definitely one way of doing it.
Gown by Kelly Faetanini
The trendy sheer overlay just got even more glamorous with mini floral embellishments.
Gown by Monique Lhuillier
Sure, peplum was everywhere in 2012, but this beaded and embroidered number was one of the loveliest we’d seen.
Gown by Lela Rose
This stunning gown gives you the best of all worlds: You can wear a halter, V-neck and cap sleeves all at the same time.
Gown by Jenny Packham
Instead of hiding your “something blue,” wear it proudly on your gown. The best thing about this particular dress? The pale blue hue still feels very bridal.
Gown by Alfred Angelo
We can’t think of anything more alluring than watching a bride walk down the aisle in a swaying fringe gown.
Gown by Maggie Sottero
While lace might be a go-to bridal fabric, it’s not every day you see it in a romantic ombre hue.
Gown by Anne Barge
This illusion neckline embroidered with pearls and crystals is stunningly striking.
Gown by Marchesa
Opposites definitely do attract -- we love how the designer combined a demure 1950s silhouette with sexy sheer fabric.
Gown by Hayley Paige
Leave a lasting impression with an ornate design on the back of your gown.
Gown by Rivini