From demure to dramatic, ruffled details are a charming way to give texture to a wedding dress. Ruffles are often made of silk organza, a sheer fabric that varies in thickness and has a crisp trim to help it hold its shape. Depending on the cut and amount of fabric, ruffles can appear in voluminous layers or as light, feathery accents.
We’ve handpicked our favorite crinkly confections here. Find your favorite from the selections below, or browse our in-store wedding gowns for more ideas!
Love the look of a cupcake skirt? These four gowns are examples of wavy ruffles building into big shapes.
Looking for a more modern version? We love the gauzy accent strips on the two styles below.
Want an extreme look? Vera Wang may be the queen of major ruffles, with many of her gowns blooming into impressive skirts.
Prefer the little details? Look for airy accents like on the ‘Lou’ shrug by Caroline DeVillo or the simple ruffled peplum on Olia Zavozina’s ‘Britt’ dress.