Fall 2014 Wedding Dress Trend: Built-In Necklaces

This glam runway trend offers an effortless way to add a healthy dose of sparkle to your wedding day look.

Calling all unfussy brides! The Fall 2014 bridal runways were filled with wedding dresses featuring built-in necklaces, which make a statement down the aisle without the help of any extra accessories.

Amsale, Hayley Paige, Badgley Mischka, and Johanna Johnson were a few of the designers who created stunning all-in-one white looks, eliminating any unnecessary work for the bride to be. Think about it: Choosing a wedding dress with a glamorous attached necklace means one less thing you have to worry about on your wedding day. (And who doesn't need less stress on their big day?)

If you're not into princess-worthy sparkles, you can still try the trend if you prefer something more understated thanks to the range of options that were presented this season. In addition to bejeweled necklines, other fashion labels offered built-in pearl collars and slim-beaded halters. Also, this bedazzled neckline complements almost any dress silhouette including boho sheaths, knee-length numbers and traditional ball gowns.

Some of the built-in statement necklines are detachable, too, allowing for versatility. We recommend swapping out the glittering tops for your own jewelry before the reception to achieve a second look — without buying a second dress.

With one of these no-extra-jewelry-necessary wedding dresses, it's impossible not to shine on your big day.

Here, our favorite wedding dresses with built-in necklaces.

Style 4284, two-piece sweetheart ball gown wedding dress with lace and silk net tiered skirt, accented with jeweled body suit, Pnina Tornai for Kleinfeld

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