From bold, bridal details to classic wedding dress silhouettes, these are five looks to love in 2020
Minimalism to the Max
No fuss and no frills: the minimalist bride loves clean lines, sleek shapes, and architectural details in her wedding dress. Focused on quality fabrics and impeccable tailoring, this trend makes a bride feel truly timeless.
Bridal Gown Changers
Two In One: for the bride in love with two styles or even two dresses, adding a gown-changing element provides options and a little extra drama. Rock one look at the ceremony and surprise guests with another at your reception. In 2020, designers incorporate capes, detachable skirts and sleeves to take their dresses to the next level. No need to settle on one look when you can have them both!
Bells and Balloons: In 2019, unique necklines swept the runway, but this year it’s all about the sleeves. We’re seeing bold shoulders, detachable poof sleeves, and textural fabrics that provide full coverage without seeming stuffy. A sleeve adds both elegance and a pop of fun.
Not your Granny’s Lace: perhaps the biggest mainstay in bridal, lace is a staple that designers are forever re-imagining. This year, we’re seeing a detour from more traditional lace styles and leaning into bigger and bolder versions like macramé, large florals, and more graphic touches.
Feathers, Frills and Pearls: step aside lace, there are new textures in town. For the romantic bride who loves a little whimsy, 2020 trends like frothy frills, pearl embellishments and feathers are a unique addition to make a statement on your day.