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While off-the-shoulder and strapless dresses are forever classic, there's something particularly timeless and flattering about a one-shoulder design. This sleek and simple neckline is perfect for wedding guests seeking to showcase their décolletage and shoulders while benefiting from a supportive single strap.
In solid hues, pretty florals, or allover beading, one-shoulder wedding guest dresses are versatile enough to be worn for all types of weddings and seasons. Floor-length gowns boasting this asymmetrical neckline always look polished and sophisticated for black-tie celebrations, while one-strap dresses with short hemlines and minimal embellishments work beautifully for laidback or daytime nuptials.
Love this alluring neckline as much as we do? Ahead, we've rounded up 30 clavicle-baring dresses to suit all styles, shapes, and budgets.
Most Understated: ASOS EDITION Blouson One Shoulder Satin Dress
The fluid satin dress is beyond gorgeous for the guest looking for understated sexiness—especially if you're wanting to showcase your shoulders. As alluring as it is versatile, this dress could easily be worn to a chic city wedding or a garden ceremony.
Most Versatile: Juan Carlos Obando Plus Size One-Shoulder Dress
Everyone should have a formal and flattering navy dress in their wardrobe. We love this particular one for its elegant and fluid silhouette. A hemline that falls right above the ankles is perfect for showing off a pair of statement shoes.
What jewelry should I wear with a one-shoulder neckline?
If you want to showcase your decolletage and shoulders, opt for a pair of stunning shoulder-grazing earrings.
Are one-shoulder dresses flattering for broad shoulders?
A one-shoulder neckline looks stunning on all body types and is flattering on those with broad shoulders.
Do one-shoulder silhouettes work for all dress codes?
Yes! One-shoulder dresses come in a wide range of fabrics, colors, and silhouettes to suit all dress codes from casual to black-tie celebrations.