Brides-to-be, get up to date with the latest trends for 2020!
As a new year beckons, so does a new collection of trends and there are so many that we are absolutely loving! From elegant long-sleeved dresses, statement veils to cool off the shoulder designs, 2020 is set to be another year full of gorgeous, eye-catching dresses. So, if you’re in need of some major inspo, check out these fabulous trends that will have you coming out on top in the fashion stakes!
Molly by Mira Zwillinger
Long sleeved dresses are continuing their popularity right through to 2020 and it’s easy to see why. Flattering and chic at the same time, they are the perfect style for brides wanting to achieve a vintage look. We love this couture offering from Mira Zwillinger which is chic and sophisticated, ideal for the fashion forward bride.
Tigery by Herve Paris
While lace has always been a popular fabric with brides, 2020 sees a more sophisticated makeover. Romantic, whimsical yet effortlessly elegant, lace is a simple and sophisticated option and we love this Tigery design by Herve Paris, which gives the lace look an updated, modern look, especially from behind. Gorgeous!
Off The Shoulder
Federica by Modeca
Off-the-shoulder wedding dresses are another trend that isn’t going anywhere and every season they get a new lease on life by way of a slight trend upgrade. For 2020, minimalistic designs rule supreme, just like this dress Federica by Modeca which is clean, sophisticated and über stylish. You will definitely turn heads as you glide up the aisle in this dress!
Sleek and Simple
Cohen by Maggie Sottero
Ever since Meghan Markle wowed the world in her fabulously simple Givenchy gown at her May 2018 wedding, it sparked a trend for clean, minimalistic dresses which is only set to continue for years to come. Instead of loud materials and patterns, less is definitely more and this is a trend we are totally here for.
Olive by Enzoani
Wearing a veil on your wedding day can alleviate your overall look and after Hayley Bieber wore her spectacular veil at her September 2019 wedding which had ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ embroidered in it, it will no doubt spawn a range of copy cats! Veils are designed in many styles with different patterns and edging, so it’s important to wear one that doesn’t overshadow your dress but rather compliments it.
Montrose from Lela Rose Spring 2020 Collection
Underwear as outerwear is making its way to the aisle! However this time it’s less sexy and more sophisticated. Pair with materials such as sheer tulle, lace, and added layers for a vibe that feels fairytale-inspired but with a modern edge. Corset-styled dresses can even be paired with embroidered flowers just like this Montrose design by Lela Rose, which consists of a pleated tulle bustier bodice with satin and organza peony embroidered a-line skirt for an even more whimsical look.