1. A Vintage Vision.
This soft white circle skirt is so whimsical with its classic scalloped lace boatneck. The soft chantilly lace throughout is perfect for a vintage look.
2. Clean and Simple.
This poly crepe subtle fit and flare with long sleeves is a timeless look. The added belt is just what this needed to give a more vintage look.
3. Tea Length for Me.
Tea length dresses are so fun and traditional. The nude illusion sleeves give the dress a little modern flare and we are loving the scalloped lace edge.
4. High Collar High Class.
This high collar soft white illusion bodice with cap sleeves is effortlessly classy. Add the all over sheet lace and you’ll really bring the look together.
5. Romance is in the Air.
This soft white a-line with chantilly sheet lace is such a soft and romantic look. The eyelash trim at the sleeve cuffs is such a perfect touch.
6. Wont You Pleat be Mine.
This silk chiffon circle skirt with gathers is so elegant. The best part however is the faux cross over bodice with diagonal pleating and spaghetti straps.
7. Very Vintage
Featured here is a fit and flare with lace appliqué and a natural lace trim at the neckline. Her bodice is an illusion boatneck with simple cap sleeves.
8. Silk and Slinky.
Add a vintage touch to your silk crepe fit and flare with a simple cowl to your front neckline.
9. Jackie Kennedy Inspired.
This structured ball gown with box pleats and a sleeves boatneck bodice will have you looking like you just walked out of the 1960’s.
10. The Audrey Hepburn
It wouldn’t be an Audrey inspired gown if it were Tea length. This bride also added crossed over ruching to her bodice. So sweet!
11. Clean and Classic.
Structured fabric is a classic and vintage material that you can’t go wrong with. These folded band off the shoulder straps are so elegant and timeless.
12. Hint of Blush.
Featured here is a blushing bride colored circle skirt with a standard sweetheart and illusion 3/4 length sleeves.
13. The Grace Kelly.
Just like Grace Kelly this bride opted in for an unlined lace bodice above a sweetheart neckline.
14. A Pop of Sparkle.
Silk chiffon circle skirt with a floral sheet lace bodice and eyelash trim along the neckline. Vintage flare added with the beaded draped chains at the shoulders and hips
15. Comfortably Classic.
This poly crepe dress is far from simple with its wrap style skirt and bodice with ruching and long bell sleeves.
16. V (neck) for Vintage.
Silk georgette circle skirts effortlessly give a vintage look. Add in some long sleeves and lace trim at the neckline and you’ll be looking timeless.
17. As White as Snow.
This dress is a snow white colored tulle relaxed a-line with a chantilly sheet lace. It also features a scalloped lace edge including eyelash trim.
18. Bishop Beauty.
A soft white tulle sheath with floral lace on bodice and bishop sleeves with fitted cuff.
19. Classic Meets Modern.
This soft white tulle fit and flare with guipuire floral lace and an illusion boatneck is a great mix of modern and vintage.
20. Lace is Essential.
This dress is a soft white poly organza sheath with simple floral sheet lace on the bodice creating a straight off the shoulder look and elbow length sleeves. The unlined off the shoulder sleeves are definitely a vintage look.
Considering Anomalie for your gown? Here’s some additional information.
Anomalie gowns generally range between $1,300 and $2,300 and the process takes roughly 4-6 months from payment to delivery. We use an innovative At Home Try-on to ensure better measurements than a tailor and gowns are backed by the FitCommit Guarantee.
Browse base designs to get started and create an account to customize + confirm your design.
Have questions or need help creating your dress? Learn more about our Design Services. Our principles on each call are:
- Transparency – We’ll be honest about the strengths and weaknesses of our process, and whether Anomalie is right for you. Our goal is to help you find the perfect dress, whether that is from Anomalie or somewhere else.
- We meet you wherever you are in the dress search, making expert recommendations to brides just starting or helping brides who know what they want create their dream dress.
- Visualization is key – we use the thousands of dresses we’ve made to show you specific pictures of what your dream dress will look like in your size. We’ll suggest detailed lace placement and fabric options so you know exactly what you’re getting.
High-necklines a trending vintage wedding dress theme
Audrey Hepburn wore it when she married Mel Ferrer in 1954, in the way of a tea-length Balmain gown with puffy sleeves. This year, the high-neck design is making a romantic appearance with a special focus on intricate lace details, but a sleek crepe mock neck is also on point.
Satinglam is making a comeback
The Hollywood glam trend had a moment during the 90s (see Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy’s look above) and is gaining momentum back again with elegant silk pieces in satin, faille or crepe in the way of clean lines and simple silhouettes (hello, Meghan Markle vibes!).
Bows add vintage glam to a wedding dress
bows are here to add audacious personality and charm to your wedding dress. They feel very fresh and are very much now. The best part? They’ll complement virtually any style.
Can I create my vintage wedding dress online?
Yes! Anomalie helps brides throughout the United States and Canada create their perfect vintage wedding dress online. Browse base designs on this page, and click “customize” to refine elements of this design, adding special touches such as sparkle tulle, a scalloped lace neckline, or a slit. Learn more about our Design Services which includes recommendations on the ideal fabric for your dress. Anomalie is the best-reviewed national wedding dress retailer, helping thousands of brides create their dream dress online with certainty. By sending you a sample pattern to try on before production, our measurements are more accurate than a tailor and backed by the FitCommit Guarantee.