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10 Chic Long-Sleeved Dresses for Every Bride

There’s something about a long-sleeved wedding gown—the ones I’ve been seeing as of late all seem to ooze elegance and glamour. Plus, if they’re chic enough for American royalty like Solange and Kim Kardashian (not to mention real royalty), they’re chic enough for me. With those low Minnesota temperatures, it’s about time to show some love to these weather-appropriate styles. From flowing boho frocks, to ultra-feminine lace dresses, to sultry sequined numbers, there’s a stunning long-sleeved gown for every bride. Keep scrolling to see my favorites!

(Above) Sunjin Lee's elegant cloudlike skirt and bodycon top make for an unbeatably chic marriage of edgy and feminine.

This sweetheart gown with a lace overlay by Oscar de la Renta reminds us of Duchess Kate's iconic gown.

While this nude and white beaded Rue de  Siene number isn't technically long-sleeve, the draped cape shoulders and boho details would be stunning at a chilly, woodsy fall affair.

Inbal Dror's stunning beaded low-cut gown makes a breathtaking complement to an ultra-glam bride, and the intricate back detailing is a gorgeous marriage of trend and design.

This vintage-inspired Jenny Packham gown is seeped in old-school Gatsby romance.

Sunjin Lee's stunning sequined thigh-high slit gown manages to be covered up, sexy, on-trend, and glam all at once.

Claire La Faye's short, flared-sleeve festival-princess frock doubles as a fabulous reception outfit-change for the bride who wants to dance the night away in dreamy style.

This elegant and understated Rosa Clara georgette dress is reminiscent of an Angelina Jolie award ceremony gown.

Marchesa's mermaid gown is a dreamy, fit-for-a-princess concotion of lace and tulle.

This Monique Lhullier sweetheart dress with a lacy, netlike overlay combines a feminine silhouette with edgy details for a jaw-dropping, wintry result.

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