FLOOR-LENGTH-Most common length for bridal gowns, this hemline is graceful and elegant; the hem typically doesn't touch the floor in front 1-3" above for ease with walking.
BALLERINA-Ballerina-length skirts fall just above the ankle and are wide and full just like the skirts seen in the corps de ballet. Full skirts look awesome worn over layers of crinoline petticoats. A dress this length can go semi and informal depending on the materials and workmanship.
TEA LENGTH-Falls mid-calf and can be either full and voluminous or fitted. Mostly worn for the informal or semi -formal wedding but showing up more and more at larger celebrations.
MINI-I call anything above the knee mini. Whimsical and playful , this skirt sports a certain radical chic first worn in the 1960s. Perfect for a cocktail wedding or a bride wanting to show off great legs.
Header Photo by Loic
Photo 1 by Bride Chic
Photo 2 by Jim Vetter Photography
Photo 3 by Dominic Colacchio Photography
Photo 4 by Strotz Photography