1. V-neck

Dare to go for a plunge? This style may not be for the shy and retiring types – or, let’s be honest, those who are a bit more buxom – but it’s knock-out look will have heads turning.

2. Strapless

A stunning summer neckline, strapless gowns bare the entire shoulder, which means you need to be careful with those tan marks!

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3. Off-the-shoulder

These gowns – in which the shoulder straps or sleeves hang just over your uppermost arms – possess the allure of strapless dresses, without the worry of baring too much.

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4. The Queen Anne

Look like a star with the Queen Anne neckline, a pretty and romantic alternative to the more risqué styles. And, it comes in various looks at the front: scoop, V-neck or sweetheart.

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5. High-neck

For a regal look – which also possesses a vintage vibe – the high-neckline found on some gowns is comfortable, while framing your best asset: your face.

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6. Asymmetrical

Not your run-of-the-mill, the asymmetrical neckline – a one-shoulder strap, leaving one arm completely bare – is comfortable and will have you moving and dancing till the early hours.

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7. Halter-neck

Halter-neck gowns, in which the straps wrap around the neck, instead of providing support from the shoulders, have a summer-vibe about them, giving a laid-back tone to your big day.

8. Illusion

Invite your guests – and your future spouse – to look up with an illusion neckline. Here, transparent panels (sequinned, lace or tulle) stretch from the top of the bodice to create a vintage look which screams class.

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9. Round-neck

A classic, unfussy look which allows the dress to stand out on its own, the round-neck is typically associated with T-shirts, but there’s nothing casual about this style.

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10. Bateau

Megan Markle sported this neckline at her wedding last year – and in many other official occasions since – so you’d be in good company if you opted for it. The fabric traces the curve of the bride’s collarbone, inviting your new spouse to kiss your neck!

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