Bridal designers always release their wedding dress collections almost an entire year in advance, so we can get a glimpse of what some of the top bridal styles and wedding dress trends will be in 2020! If you’re going to be a 2020 bride, then listen up! We’ve gone through the top shows from Spring 2020 Bridal Fashion Week and chose some of our favorite wedding dress trends that we saw everywhere, to get you inspired and excited for finding your future dream wedding dress!
Check out our picks below:
Hello, High-Low Skirts
The high-low skirt has been around for a while, and it’s finally breaking into the wedding dress market! This trendy style is perfect for any bride that wants a fun, unconventional look for their wedding without going too far out of their comfort zone. Plus, if you have a really nice pair of shoes, this style will help to better show them off!
Photos- Top: Monique Lhuillier, Danielle Frankel. Bottom: Galia Lahav, Monique Lhuillier.
Romantic Puff Sleeves
Feel at home in a Shakespearian fantasy with romantic, Victorian-inspired puff sleeves that will give your wedding day look such a dreamy feel! If you’re a hopeless romantic with a flair for the dramatic, then a wedding dress with these incredible sleeves might be just what you need!
Photos- Top: Daalarna Couture, Danielle Frankel. Bottom: Viktor & Rolf, Lela Rose.
Slick Bridal Suits
If you never wear a dress in your day-to-day life, then maybe you shouldn’t wear one during your wedding. After all, you’re not trying to become a completely different person for your wedding- you’re just trying to be the best version of yourself! If you’re not a dress gal, then you’re in luck! Spring 2020 forecasts a ton of slick bridal suits with incredible embellishments that will make you look super stylish and sleek on your wedding day!
Photos- Top: Viktor & Rolf, Lela Rose. Bottom: Carolina Herrera, Danielle Frankel.
Feathers are hitting the wedding dress market in a big way- there are entire wedding dresses made from them, and others with feathers adorning the necklines or hemlines to add just enough glamour to make your wedding day look truly unforgettable! We love the way feathers will move and float as you make your way down the aisle- If you want a little extra drama for your wedding dress, feathers will definitely do the trick!
Photos- Top: Oscar de la Renta, Jenny Packham. Bottom: Naeem Khan, Zuhair Murad.
Short and Sweet
Whether you’re having your ceremony in a hot and steamy location, or you want to wear a separate look to your reception, short wedding dresses are becoming more popular than ever! If you want to protect your wedding dress from any potential spills or mishaps at your reception, then adding a second, shorter dress to your wedding wardrobe would definitely lower your stress at your party. Plus, you get to have another grand entrance where everyone will get to see you in another gorgeous wedding dress!
Photos- Top: Oscar de la Renta, Naeem Khan. Bottom: Lela Rose, Viktor & Rolf.
Sexy, Sheer Sleeves
While the nearly-nude wedding dress was popular in the past couple of years, 2020 brides may be finding themselves choosing bridal gowns with a LOT more coverage. The latest bridal shows gave us a ton of incredible wedding dresses with long, sheer sleeves that add coverage, while still showing some skin for a modern, yet sexy look!
Photos: Daalarna Couture, Galia Lahav. Bottom: Temperley London, Carolina Herrera.