Highlighting Shaped Trains

Let’s talk trains! We love a statement-making train as you walk down the aisle. Let’s be honest, when else can you wear a dress with a train? Before you decide if you want a wedding dress with a train, you should know that there are many shapes and styles of wedding dress trains. Today, we are here to provide a little insight for you.

 

Style 1137 from Martina Liana

Style 1137 from Martina Liana

First up, cage trains. A cage train has an overskirt that extends further than the gown lining underneath. A cage train creates a stunning multi-dimensional effect by layering various fabrics and textures for a stunning bridal finish. Style 1137 from Martina Liana and Style 1103 from Martina Liana are beautiful examples of cage trains. 

 

style 1103 from martina liana

Style 1103 from Martina Liana Photo from Eleganza Sposa

As an added bonus, a cage train has the show-stopping length you want without the added weight.  You’ll be able to breeze down the aisle in a wedding dress with a cage train.

 

Photo from Eleganza Sposa 

Style D2835 from Essense of Australia also features a stunning shaped cage train with double scallop detailing. Notice how the lace motifs delicately form an unexpected scallop that mimics the hem of the train.

 

Style D3009 from Essense of Australia

Photo from Eleganza Sposa 

Style D3009 from Essense of Australia is the ultimate fashion-forward wedding dress. Not only does this beauty have a stunning train, it features a sexy open keyhole back. We love the classic shape of this circular train.

 

Style 6914 from Stella York

Style 6914 from Stella York

If you’re looking for a shorter cage train, Style 6914 from Stella York is ultra flirty and feminine. The underskirt pools into a circle while the tulle overlay forms a unique shaped train.

 

Rowen Gown from All Who Wander

 

The Rowen gown from All Who Wander has a delightfully unique take on a classic cage train. Matte cotton lace organically flows to the circle hem of the train, adorned with delicate feathers for a bohemian bridal finish.

 

Satyle D2597 from Essense of Australia

Style D2597 from Essense of Australia

Next, let’s talk about fabric! We love how the crepe fabric of Style D2597 from Essense of Australia is finished off by detailed lace in a unique shape. This technique is a modern way to elevate a wedding dress.

 

Style 791 from Martina Liana

 

Style 791 from Martina Liana is designed from Bellagio Crepe and Silk Double Crepe for a luxurious feel. The rich, silky fabric of this gown pools into a circular, modern train that compliments the delicate cowl scoop back. If you’re looking for a fresh take on a classic wedding dress, then this is the perfect gown for you.

 

Style 7069 from Stella York

 

This next train will take your breath away! Dove satin is artfully crafted into a one-of-a-kind scalloped train. Style 7069 from Stella York will make a major statement as you walk down the aisle.

 

Style 6979 from Stella York

 

If you’re in the market for a short and sweet train, Style 6979 from Stella York is the one for you! Lace, tulle and Regency organza overlap to create this classic, short train.

 

We hope you enjoyed looking at a few of our beautiful wedding dresses with trains! All of these styles can be found on our website, be sure to use our store locators to find a retailer near you.