Fashion & style

28th May 2019


9 show-stopping bridal trends to expect in Spring 2020

Next year’s trends are rolling in, and we’re already in love!


1. Bridal blazers

Bridal blazers are a new trend climbing the ladder in bridal fashion. Call it the businesswoman-special-meet-bridal, this look will reflect the boss lady you are on the daily, and is dripping with attitude.

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2. Crochet lace

Depending on the bride and her wedding style, this trend can fit in with multiple wedding themes, be it a traditional or boho one. Crochet lace can feature in long-sleeved, high-neck and even all over wedding gowns, and will definitely make your wedding day outfit pop!

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3. Bridal suit and train

The rise of bridal suits has been epic, and thanks to this trend, wearing pants doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a dramatic train. Pair your tailored, sleek trousers with a modern bridal train in lace or with an exaggerated bow. The choices are endless.

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4. Old Hollywood glam

Hollywood glam is back in town and it’s absolutely gorgeous. Satin ball gowns and art-inspired looks are all trending in the wedding dress world. Sleek and elegant, this Hollywood glam trend will definitely have you turning heads.

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5. Renaissance romance

Just when you thought wedding dresses couldn’t get more dramatic, designers released a wave of Renaissance-inspired gowns. Sleeves are taken up a notch and skirts are ever so sleek, creating oh-so-romantic looks that can only be likened to a Renaissance painting.

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6. High-low hemlines

Another twist on the classic ball gown is the high-low hemline. While this style is no stranger to the bridal world, the 2020 trend carries a modern version of the versatile look. It’s the perfect choice for the bride who wants to show off her heels (and legs!).

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7. Plumes

This isn’t the first season we’ve seen feathers trending, but there’s something old-fashioned and timeless about plumes. Whether it’s a fluffy trim on an off-shoulder gown, or a hem lined with feathers, this trend is definitely one worth considering.

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8. Midi dresses

Even the lightest gown doesn’t really lend itself to hours on the dance floor, so a midi dress is perfect for the after-party (and the after-after-party!). The comfortable yet cute style will allow you to enjoy your wedding reception with your nearest and dearest to the full.

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9. Headbands

Headbands are the new veils! This major trend stemmed from Meghan Markle’s wedding tiara that was essentially an ultra-luxe headband. Brides can make a statement with floral headbands, or more low-key styles like a pearl-studded band.

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Image Credits

Wedding Directory