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Wedding Gown Style Train Types

June 1, 2022

Your choice in the train on your gown can be a signature part of your wedding dress.  Whether you choose a long, elaborate train like Kate or Meghan that’s fit for a princess or you choose no train at all, it will add a little personality to your dress.  And there certainly are a number of options out there for every personality. Here is an overview of each type with a sample of what they look like.

Sabrina Neckline Stretch Crepe A-Line Gown STYLE Drew

Sweep

The shortest train style, just brushing the floor.

Pictured is Sabrina Neckline Stretch Crepe A-Line Gown STYLE Drew by Justin Alexander

Sweep Train

Maggie Sottero Mindel

Chapel

Extends approximately one-and-a-half yards from the waistline.

Pictured is Maggie Sottero Mindel

Chapel Train

Casablanca Bridal 2228 Belladonna

Semi Cathedral

Extends approximately two yards from the waistline.

Pictured is 2228 Belladonna by Casablanca Bridal

Semi Cathedral Train

 

White One Karkek

Cathedral

Extends approximately two-and-a-half yards from the waistline.

Pictured is Karlek by White One

Cathedral Train

Eva Lendel Golden Hour Kerry

Monarch

The longest train style, it extends approximately three yards from the waistline.

Pictured is Kerry by Eva Lendel Golden Hour

Monarch Train

Theia Spring 22 Style #8915700

Panel

A separate, foot-wide panel attached at the waist, usually one-and-a-half feet to four-and-a-half feet long and detachable.

Pictured is Style #8915700 by Theia Couture

Gomez by Marchesa for Pronovias

Watteau

A separate, foot-wide panel that is attached at the shoulders and falls loosely to the hem.

Pictured is Gomez by Marchesa for Pronovias

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