Wedding Dresses For Any Budget

Scouting the perfect wedding dress is a very different process for every woman.

There’s preferred style and time of year to consider and figuring out what sort of silhouette complements your body shape best can also be a learning curve. Not to mention, there’s a budget to keep in mind. For some women, the very first dress they try on is miraculously the one. For others, it can take months of searching.

Wherever you’re at in your journey, sometimes just looking at a gown online can help you get one step closer to finding the gown of your dreams. We’ve rounded up a selection of stunning wedding dresses across a spectrum of price points — from $175 to $7000 — to help you narrow the search. Maybe your dream dress is on this list.

Nice Lace Dress

It’s been a few decades, but wedding gowns with sleeves are officially back. Amsale’s Saida gown, sold at Amsale New York, has a very vintage vibe with its silk wool high-waisted skirt and high neckline stretch lace top. $6995

It’s hard not to swoon over this romantic, off-the-shoulder bridal gown by Allure Bridals. From every angle there’s a design element to admire, including the full-length lace applique, sweetheart neckline, draped cap sleeves, and English net skirt that adds just enough volume at the bottom. $3000

If we had to sum up this wedding gown in a few words, we’d have to say sweet elegance. Designed by Allison Webb for Ti Adora, this ivory A-line gown features a jewel-accented crisscross back, hand-placed embroidered appliques, and a beautifully draped gossamer skirt. $1400

Brides on a budget won’t feel like they’ve sacrificed anything wearing this gorgeous Chi Chi London Gilded Grace lace dress. The shorter hemline and champagne color palette make it feel charming and sweet while the ornate swirling lace, layers of tulle and sheer mesh neckline add a sense of timeless beauty. Note that this gown also comes in blushing pink. $179

The Gaia by Lace & Liberty is interesting and eye catching with a combination of brush strokes and delicate floral. It feels romantic and classic, yet definitely a signature statement. $2750

We’ve seen an increase in jumpsuit wedding “gowns,” which never cease to create a sense of laid-back coolness. This one, by Amsale, feels especially on-trend with its wide legs, sheer illusion back and crisp lines. It could also work for a reception dress if you wanted to change out of a formal gown into something that’s easy to dance in. $495

For a more modern, sexy look consider this stunning gown from the Blush by Hayley Paige Collection. With its ivory sugar rose caviar fit to flare gown, Divine features an illusion jewel neckline with sweetheart underlay, intricate strap detail at back and fitted skirt with cashmere lining. $2200

This form-fitting gown by Allure Bridals is made with stretch jersey to perfectly hug your curves and show off your figure. The chapel-style train and dramatic plunging sweetheart neckline make this one an undeniable showstopper. $1420

Airy maxi dress, Ocean of Elegance, by Lulus feels perfect for a spring or summer wedding, or possibly even a beachside ceremony that’s complete with sparkling water and golden sunset. It features off-the-shoulder straps, a fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline and ruching against an empire waistline. It’s also full lined in satin. $182

Designed by Andrea Pitter Campbell of Pantora Bridal, this art deco-inspired gown is sure to make jaws drop the second you turn the corner to walk down the aisle. Its form-fitting bodice paired with a flowing, half-attached skirt makes for a stunning juxtaposition of design details. $2200+

Designer Jean-Ralph Thurin specializes in one-of-a-kind bespoke wedding gowns that stand out in a sea of white dresses. His eye for refined flare and ability to fuse classic and non-traditional aesthetics makes him a highly sought-after wedding dress designer. $4000+