Fashion Glossary: Train Style

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Photo Credits: (from top left) Atlas Wedding Photography, Caroline Ghetes Photography, Picture This Photography, (second row), Jennifer Skog, Laurie Bailey Photography, Carlos Andres Varela Photography, (third row), Nicole Hill Gerulat, Kristin Kasperek Photography, Jeff Greenough, (fourth row) Anika London, VUE Photography, Miguel Pola Photographers.

Fashion Glossary: Train Style

Fashion Glossary: Train Style
Gowns & Dresses Veils & Headpieces  | Accessories  | Tuxedos & Suits
 Bodice  |  Gown Length  |  Neckline  |  Separates  |  Silhouette  |  Skirt Details  |  Sleeve Length  |  Sleeve Style  |  Train Style  |  Waistline 
Cathedral Cathedral: (Also known as a Monarch Train); a cascading train extending six to eight feet behind the gown, for the most formal weddings.
Chapel Chapel: The most popular of all train lengths, it flows from three to four feet behind the gown.
Court Court: A train extending one foot beyond the sweep train.
Extended or Royal Extended or Royal: A train that is longer than four feet in length. One of the most notable examples of an extended train is Princess Diana’s wedding gown.
Sweep Train Sweep Train: The shortest train, barely sweeping the floor.
Watteau Watteau Train: A train falling from the shoulder blades to the hemline of the gown.
 Bodice  |  Gown Length  |  Neckline  |  Separates  |  Silhouette  |  Skirt Details  |  Sleeve Length  |  Sleeve Style  |  Train Style  |  Waistline