Sometimes, showing off a little leg is necessary. Tea length wedding dresses are the happy medium between classic style and something short and sweet. Without sacrificing formality, brides are turning to a new version of the ball gown to experience enhanced comfort and the ability to move about more freely. What does that really mean? If you’re the girl who will practically live on the dance floor at your reception, then maybe you need an unrestrictive dress option. See more gorgeous tea length wedding dresses below for inspiration!
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Tea length wedding dresses are the happy medium between classic style and something short and sweet.
Even beyond comfort, tea length wedding dresses are great for an afternoon garden wedding or high tea. Incorporate a charming hat and your favorite pumps, and you have a winner–a bridal look that exudes elegance and grace.
The ball gown silhouette really isn’t for every bride. Personally, I like a more form-fitting shape to accentuate the curve and highlight a subtle sexiness. Try tea length wedding dresses in various silhouettes to determine the best fit for your body–sheath, ball gown, and A-line are all great options.
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