The importance of neckline comes after the shape. Neckline sets the scene for showing bride’s face, neck, collarbone, shoulders and arms.
Tube top shape, without any straps to support. It usually cuts straight across, but it can also peak on the sides and have a slight dip in the centre.
Mermaid Alencon lace gown, shown with cap sleeve lace top and finely beaded sash (Wedding dress style no. W 300)
Mermaid strapless lace gown with dedicatedly beaded sash (Wedding dress style no. W 332)
Sequined Alencon lace A-line gown with tulle train. (Wedding dress style no. W 304)
Strapless A-line lace gown with detachable tulle chapel train (Wedding dress style no. W 317)
Good for: it makes you look absolutely elegant if you have perfect shoulder, long neck, firm arms and medium bust
Bad for: it is unwise to leave everything uncovered if you have full arms or short neck. A straight across cut is not suitable for broad shoulder, the cut with peak on the sides is preferable. If you have a very full bust, strapless is unlikely to be able to give you the support you will need.