Last year's wedding dress trends mostly took inspiration from the royal weddings that were. However, 2020 is all about renewed interpretations of classic styles. Although some of these trends take a page out of decade-old designs, they still feel refreshing and modern. So if you’re planning on tying the knot in 2020, here are some trending wedding dresses to consider:
It’s All About The Blazer
This year sees brides getting aisle-ready with outerwear to effortlessly match your dress. With a sophisticated edge, you’ll notice fitted blazers, coats, trenches, and cover-ups taking over the catwalks in 2020. Ideal for colder weather, we predict this particular trend to be well-received.
Slip Into Something Buff
Ever heard of the color buff? Well, it’s a new hue that sits somewhere in-between soft blush and warm champagne colors. This on-trend and oh-so-romantic color suits almost all skin tones and is set to be a popular alternative to the stock standard bridal whites.
Let There Be Legs
Get ready to show off those pins and pretty shoes with short dresses, high-low hemlines and thigh-high splits for this fun and flirty trend. If you're eloping or looking for something more casual, this summer wedding dress trend is for you.
Stay Covered Up
Still taking the lead from the royal weddings, modesty and full coverage continue to be the name of the game when it comes to bridal couture. While high necklines, covered arms, and closed backs may seem old-fashioned, these looks are quintessentially fashion-forward.
Twirl Ready Tiered Skirts
While meringue-like volume has always been big when it comes to bridal wear, tiered skirts are more fluffy than poofy–and offer softer movement in the form of luscious layers. The tiered-skirt trend is perfectly designed for non-stop twirling and dipping on the dance floor.
Go For Green
For those that want to steer clear of whites and pinks, why not opt for a cool shade of pistachio green? Before you skip ahead, this soft color adds a beautifully ethereal and earthy feel to your big day. Designers such as Monique Lhuillier and Vera Wang have long been leading the pack with this subtle shade.
Bling is Still In
While some bridal sparkle is nothing new or groundbreaking, things are cranking up a notch with full metallic embellishments, glitter dipped gowns and over-the-top sequins. If you do decide to bring the glitz with your wedding dress, be sure to keep your accessories minimal and simple.
Birds of a Feather
Understandably not for everyone, the feather trend has a sense of opulence that we are big fans of. Go crazy and cover your entire dress or skirt in layers of feathers, or opt for a more understated look and choose feathers along the bottom of your hem, the edge of your bodice or simply placed in your hair.
Pretty in Pants
This edgy dress alternative makes for a welcomed oh-so-comfortable and flattering change. From plain silk pants and floral embellishments to detailed beading and classic lace, anything you can do with a dress, you can do with a jumpsuit or pair of white pants too.
While our love for big and bold bridal dresses isn’t going anywhere, this season it seems to have moved towards the sleeve. Along with all kinds of puffy options, expect to see off-the-shoulder, extra length and billowy balloon-like sleeves set to steal the show for 2020.
So there you have it, 2020’s top wedding dresses to inspire this year’s brides-to-be.
Wishing you the best of luck with finding the Texas wedding dress of your dreams.
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