In order to find the trends you need to see, we scouted the Bridal Fashion Week runways. Now here’s what’s hot.
Get ready for your wishlist. Bridal Fashion Week has finally arrived, and in the 2020 wedding dress trends, there is no lack of über-chic inspo. The modelling team of The Knot hit the ground running to get the scoop on the latest trends coming to a bridal salon near you, from bold botanical prints to romantic sleeves and fun party dresses. So, whether you are planning a wedding at the end of next year or only in the dreaming process, these are the trends to know for 2020 wedding dresses. Read on to learn what’s trendy now and how to pull it off. Read on.
1.Dresses with Floral Print
We’re going to spare you the “Spring Florals?” bit and just get to the point: these aren’t your usual bridal blooms. In many 2020 wedding dress collections, colourful floral prints made an appearance, giving a splash of colour to the classically white Bridal Fashion Week runways. This cool-girl way of pulling florals adds whimiscal visual appeal to every wedding dress online silhouette, whether they are delicate and pastel, edgy and oversized or in the form of textural, 3-D embroideries.
2.Gowns for ball
Calling all royal wedding fans: the trend for this wedding dress is for you. If you’re trying to create an entrance, consider going for a traditional ball gown, and in the 2020 wedding dress trends and collections, we saw plenty of them. The best thing about this silhouette of attention-grabbing? Actually, it’s surprisingly flexible and fits with most types of wedding. Go full-on with thick satin Grace Kelly or billowy-sleeved Elizabethan. This voluminous style is sure to turn a few heads, no matter the information.
If there’s ever a moment to indulge your inner hopeless romance, it’s your wedding day, and it’s not more romantic than this ultra-feminine information. A ruffly skirt adds depth to a mermaid silhouette, while whimsical and fashion forward are equal parts of a full skirt of frothy, cascading ruffles.
4.Dresses from Airy
From streamlined ball gowns to sheer sheaths, the runways and 2020 wedding dresses were taken over by light-as-air gowns. Without any extra weight, effortless fabrics such as tulle and organza give off a beautiful ethereal vibe, so you can hit the dance floor without thinking about tripping over your gown or feeling weighted down. Are you aware of what we call that? A serious win for bridal design.
5.Sleeves of Puffy
Before you completely write off this’ 80s-inspired wedding dress style, hear us out. These ruffled and off-the-shoulder variants are all about tasteful romance, a far cry from the sleeves Princess Diana and other brides of the maximalist age of fashion wore. Look for a slim silhouette with puffy sleeves if you love this detail, but are worried about overdoing it, and keep the rest of your accessories plain. Or, if you love this look but aren’t ready to commit absolutely, go to your reception or after-party for detachable ones you can take off.
These stylish dress alternatives are comfortable, flattering in figure and absolutely of the moment. Bonus: Putting on one of these tailored ensembles is practically difficult and does not feel like a badass. Lace information, 3-D floral embellishments and metallic beading gave a modern update to traditional white suits and jumpsuits for the 2020 bridal trends.
7.Necklines for One Shoulder
The upper body is flattered by this unusual silhouette and gives off serious goddess vibes. The finest part? If you go traditional with heavy satin, Grecian with gauzy tulle or glam with one long sleeve, this 2020 wedding dress trend also works for nearly every wedding style.
8.The Short Clothing
This 2020 wedding dress trend is for you whether you’re eloping, aiming for a super casual wedding style or just looking for a good excuse to expose a leg and a killer pair of shoes. Choosing a long gown for the day? For all your other wedding-related activities, such as your rehearsal dinner or bridal shower, a short, white dress is also fine.
Put the bling on. Although glitter and glitter is nothing new where bridal fashion is concerend, the Fall 2020 Bridal Fashion Week runways were converted into a glittery affair worthy of Studio 54 by over-the-top sequins, tonal beading and metallic embellishments. This wedding dress trend is ideal for evening nuptials, bold yet elegant. Pro tip: Keep your accessories minimal and let your glitzy frock do all the talking if you’re sporting a gown with lots of sparkle.
Look no further than a gown with a tiered skirt if you are on the lookout for a dress with some extra flair but do not want the hassle of a full skirt or long train. Designed for twirling, a layered skirt adds exquisite structure and movement to a ball gown or A-line silhouette, but not heft.