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Wedding Dresses Under $500

D day is fast approaching, and the months seem like only days away. It's all tense moments and hurried visits made from one wedding dress store to the next, but sadly none of them meet your budget requirements. Look into these extremely detailed, expensive looking gowns that are affordable and well within your $500 range...
Wedessence Staff
The wedding dress is what women really look forward to most when it comes to the big day. Looking flawlessly fabulous and very much the center of attention is no easy task because choosing that perfect wedding gown can be quite frustrating. Most women rethink whether they really want a fixed budget range when it comes to the wedding dress. It does seem quite logical because you're only going to wear it once and you don't know whether it will serve its purpose again for another time in the future. If any of you have seen the wedding dresses that Carrie Bradshaw of Sex and the City was clad in, I'm sure it got you swooning for minute. Not all of us are lucky enough to star in a designer wedding dress photo shoot, and then have one of them delivered to our doorstep free of charge.
No woman should ever compromise on her wedding dress choice, because you only get to look exceptionally breathtaking, one day of your life. No matter what the price of the dress, it has to look and feel like a million bucks when you slip it on. The dresses you'll come across here look like they cost more than $500, with every inch of the dress being sartorially perfect.
Wedding Dresses Under $500 - Make Your Pick
When you select your wedding dress, I'm sure you've planned out well in advance on what theme you're going with, since some dresses seem perfect for indoor weddings, while others can play the role of outdoor and indoor wedding dresses. Whether you want something modern, chic or simple - you'll find it all here.
Zahlia - Fit and Flare Gown
Zahlia's creations will have any woman wide-eyed, but check out in particular their fit and flare line. It comes with a sweetheart neckline, an asymmetrical bodice with a slit that tapers towards the floor in one swooping partition a little towards the left. It has soft folds and comes with puffy stitch work, wonderfully holding the dress together in cascading bulges that fall just below the body-fitting middle that ends around your feet. Approx. $449
Molly - Lace Gown
For those of you who love lace, this would seem like the perfect get up. The dress gently drapes one's body with delicate lace work, that falls around your feet in a perfect circle of lace. Strapless and appropriately low enough, it comes with intricate lace work around the bosom area as well. It has handmade bead work to give it more depth, with a boned bodice to finish off the look. The lace falls in layers, followed once again by a beaded pattern that is hand-woven to perfection all around the dress surface. The train that completes the dress is also done with lace work, giving it a well-rounded-off appearance that is sure to draw impressive stares as you sashay down the aisle. Approx. $449
Alfred Angelo - Satin Gown
This satin beauty comes with an empire waistline with beaded work and a V neckline, that connects to a halter that travels to the back of the dress in a crisscross-like fashion. The lower back is revealing, with a single gathered satin strip that falls gently to the base of the dress, from the center of where the cross meets. This A-line wedding gown is light and the kind that you can effortlessly carry throughout your ceremony and reception. Approx. $399
Dessy - Chiffon Gown
For something simplistic yet stylish in its own right, this classic chiffon dress has a soft look to it with gentle folds and tucks. The sweetheart neckline is a mesh of carefully pleated material that meets at its center with an entwined knot that blends well within the tightly pleated backdrop. The midsection has a band holding the waist at its center, while the dress then loosely falls from the waist down to the floor. Approx. $460
BCBGMaxazria - Maggie Gown
This V-neck piece has tiered tulle detail work that with subtle ruffle work that falls in neat folds, before then forming into a slim fit cut with tulle overlay and geometric patterns in V-like shapes, and leaf patterned work. The lining is made from polyester where the dress flows in a slightly flared manner with delicate lace work finishing off the front and behind V neck and back patterns. Approx. $498
Michelle - Duchess Satin Gown
This satin gown has an hourglass cut to it, with elaborate looking bead work in a cavalcade design that starts from the left side from the top of the chest area, traveling to the right where it ends. It comes with a pinched patch of bead work on the right side towards the hip area on the right, where the material then gathers and forms a slightly layered look that falls sideways from a single stitched in point. This backless gown can be coupled with a deep golden bow that can be attached to the left hip area where the material sports a plain section. Approx. $220
MyBigFatBeautifulWedding - Leontina Gowns
When you log onto Mybigfatbeautifulwedding's online store, you'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to how many variations of the wedding dress they showcase. One section in particular caught my eye, and I'm sure it will grab your attention too. The sections are well sorted towards the left panel of the site, where you'll spot the option Leontina Gowns. Once you enter that section, you'll be awed and surprised at how reasonable the gowns are priced at. They fit snugly into your price range, and prove to be quite a buy. You'll find dresses that are busty for those who love the classic princess look, as well as taffeta tailored ones, for those who adore the way its fabric hugs you dearly. From conventional gowns, to those that mark the 60s, you won't be disappointed with their selections. Personal favorites that you may like, are the Bobette design, coupled with a ruched bodice and an asymmetrical waist, with a black satin belt to complete the look; and the Andabella, is a French design that has lace applique work, and hand beading detail. Both dresses are priced at approx. $399 and $439 respectively.
These wedding dresses will help you choose from a myriad of other alternatives that you don't have to worry about while picking out your dress, in terms of sticking to your budget. If you'd like to revise your options from wedding dresses under $500, you can check out cheap wedding dresses under 100. Have a memorable wedding!