Spaghetti Strap Neckline Bridesmaid Dresses

When it comes to bridesmaid dresses, the spaghetti strap bridesmaid dress is always be a popular choice because the style suits all types of weddings. Providing a similar look to that of a bare shoulder, a spaghetti strap dress is a great choice for a bridesmaid who wants to show her shoulders. The spaghetti strap bridesmaid dress is captivating and charming in its own way, giving off an irresistible vibe to the bridesmaid wearing it. [Continue reading..]

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A spaghetti strap style can be incorporated in floor length, knee length and mini dresses. The floor length spaghetti strap bridesmaid dresses are more popular than the knee length silhouette.

Spaghetti straps are also ideal for formal wear. However, if you do not feel comfortable exposing that much of your shoulders but would still like to wear a spaghetti strap bridesmaid dress, you can opt to cover your exposed shoulders with a shawl or light coat garment. Just make sure that the design and color of the shawl or coat will complement your dress.

History of a Spaghetti Strap Neckline

So named for its resemblance to spaghetti pasta, spaghetti strap became a fashionable design for cocktail dresses and evening gowns in the beginning of the years following the World War II. The popularity of this neckline style rose to a new level when it became a variation of tank tee top shirts and less formal summer dresses in the 1960’s. Today, they remain well liked and can be seen in all types of women’s fashion.

Although the majority of women see nothing wrong at wearing spaghetti strap outfits in public today, it was a different case when they first appeared in fashion. The general public considered them to be way too revealing and many issues emerged from just wearing one. Because of their popularity, spaghetti strap outfits made their way into the music industry, particularly in pop culture music and even in literature where they were part of the subject of an online serial novel entitled “Spaghetti Strap Western.”

Spaghetti Strap Bridesmaid Dress Styles

The spaghetti strap bridesmaid dress comes in different styles and bridesmaids can always find a design that will suit them best. The bodice of a spaghetti strap bridesmaid dress is commonly adorned with pleats and comes with an A-line skirt to flaunt the natural waist of the bridesmaid. They are also paired with different types of necklines.

Some spaghetti strap bridesmaid dresses are paired with a sweetheart neckline or a V-neckline to show some cleavage as well as emphasize the shoulders. By choosing this style of spaghetti strap dress, bridesmaids need not wear any accessory on their neck so as not to draw the attention away from the bare shoulder.

This style is great for bridesmaids who have more confidence in showing their back. There is always something fascinating on leaving the back more revealing.

A combination of spaghetti strap and a halter square neck is a style that is suited for bridesmaids who want a modest yet sexy dress. This neckline style does not reveal too much skin and is reserved in appearance.

Whatever style of spaghetti strap bridesmaid dress you choose to wear, the most important thing is that you feel confident and comfortable wearing it.

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