The one-shoulder look came (back?) into fashion sometime in the last few years, and while admittedly at its worst it can be a little Wilma Flintstone-esque, at its best it evokes a fabulous, Grecian/20s/art deco feel. For example, you’ll find it hard to argue with these one shoulder wedding gowns, including this first one by Rosa Clará… Silk crepe, art deco crystal accent on the shoulder… absolute perfection. Also lovely? And (relatively) inexpensive… this Watters gown. Bias skirt, charmeuse, silken and lovely and one shoulder gorgeousness. Look at that incredible back! Finally, this art deco bias cut beauty from Anaiss Collezione: silk satin one-shoulder gown with a bias cut hem and asymmetrically draped bodice… The actual 1920s may not have seen a lot of one shoulder gowns, but the 1920- inspired one shoulder gowns are going strong in WeddingWorld, and we’re happy they are.