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"A delicate confection of petals and lace brings all the attention to well-toned shoulders," says Antonio Gual, designer for Melissa Sweet.
"This gown adds feminine curves to the body and naturally accentuates the shoulders. Neckline beading as the focal point subtly enhances the shoulders and creates an overall slimming appearance," says designer Kelly Faetanini.
Jewel by Priscilla of Boston
The crumb-catcher neckline on this gown draws the eyes upward toward your shoulders, unlike many strapless gowns that accentuate your bust.
The simplicity of this dress and the dramatic deep-V of the neckline highlight defined shoulders and let your hard work steal the show.Legends by Romona Keveza
The simplicity of the high-neck charmeuse blouson halter top lets shoulders shine.
The folded fabric on the arm accents a toned upper body, while the silk-bow detail draws the eye directly to the shoulder.
"The dramatic crystal-encrusted 'floating-necklace' treatment on a sheer illusion bodice naturally brings the eye up the body to the shoulder line," says designer Tracy Uomoleale. Priscilla of Boston
"The fit and flare skirt, cinched waistline, peplum and neckline all draw the viewer's eye upward to behold a beautifully sculpted shoulder," says designer Mark Brower.
Priscilla of Boston Vineyard Collection
The asymmetrical cut showcases the shoulders, while the exaggerated ruffles keep well-developed shoulders looking feminine and petite.
The unique asymmetrical cut of this gown highlights different muscle groups on each shoulder, but still keeps you looking more Grecian goddess than gladiator.
The over-the-top shoulder detail keeps the attention where it should be—on the bride and her super sexy shoulders.
Up-swept hair complements this off-the-shoulder dress. Keep the upper body bare and allow well-toned shoulders to take center stage.
The asymmetrical cut of this gown draws the eye up while the embellishment keeps eyes focused on sculpted shoulders.
"This frothy frock has bejeweled shoulder straps that set off great shoulders," says Antonio Gual, designer for Reverie by Melissa Sweet
The basic cut of this dress lets your body be the star. Wear your hair up to show off the floral detailing and your toned shoulders.
While the billowing, voluminous skirt is over-the-top, the bodice of this dress is simple and understated, letting bare shoulders be the star.
"This strapless style highlights bare shoulders. The gentle dip in the back bodice further cradles the shoulders while accentuating your hard-earned muscle definition," says designer Joanna August.
This taffeta halter gown accents toned shoulders, framing them with a dramatic ruffle and open back.
This gown brings attention to sculpted shoulders with a deep sweetheart cut. Wear hair up and away from the face to further highlight shoulders and show off the unique neckline.
Ines di Santo
The strapless neckline curves upward in the center, bringing the eye's focus to a beautiful collarbone and sculpted shoulders.
This scalloped and beaded neckline frames the entire upper body, showcasing sculpted shoulders.
Alfred Angelo, $1,350