The importance of neckline comes after the shape. Neckline sets the scene for showing bride’s face, neck, collarbone, shoulders and arms.
Shaped like the top half of a heart. It either goes with an overlay of sheer material that rises high or goes without any straps.
Strapless sweetheart bodice amply bejeweled with dazzling crystals and sequins, layered tulle skirt features horse hair trim. (Evening dress style no. ED 6040)
Peachblossom sweetheart gown features skirt with organza and tulle flanges with jeweled sash (Evening dress style no. E 8076)
Rose decorated purple Sweetheart tulle gown with jeweled sash (Evening dress style no. ED 5095)
Peachpuff strapless draped bodice gown, featuring multi-tiered tulle and 3D floral hemline (Evening dress style no. ED 2043)
Soft blue strapless A-line gown, sequined bodice with tulleskirt, featuring floral appliques sash (Evening dress style no. ED 4058)
Floralwhite sweetheart A-line tulle gown, sequined beaded ruffle bodice, featuring sumptuous of tulleskirt (Evening dress style no. ED 9053)
Good for: it gives brides with medium/ full bust a sexy look
Bad for: it exposes a central panel of chest and neck, so if this is not your best feature, you’d better consider alternatives with less focus on the chest and neck e.g. scoop, bateau.