The 2020 wedding trends are in and one thing is clear, there are no rules when it comes to what you can wear down the aisle. Designers have taken inspiration from the old and new and given classic styles a fresh makeover for the 2020 bride. From feathery frocks and capes to wedding shorts and the inevitable comeback of the high-low hemline, brides have a wider range of style-options than ever before.
Feeling overwhelmed? Don't be, because we've got your back. While you've been busy getting ready for your wedding, we've been scoping out all the latest styles to hit the runway for 2020. So without further ado, here are 15 bridal trends to have on your radar.
(Above) This trend is really taking flight, literally. Designers across the board are adding feathery accents to their 2020 bridalwear, and it is so.much.fun. See the collection here.
Embellished gown with feather skirt, Jenny Packham
(Below) The high-low hemline is back and better than ever. Sophisticated and chic, this is the perfect cut if you want to show off your heels for your wedding. After all, the shoes really do make the outfit so give them the spotlight they deserve. See the collection here.
High-low polka dot gown, Eisen Stein
Whether you want to channel your inner Renaissance bride, or you're ready to jump back on the 80's train, sleeves are bringing all the drama on the runway. Needless to say, we are in love! And designers are showcasing their own unique spin on this smokin' hot trend. See the collection here.
Nala gown with off shoulder bishop sleeves, Ines Di Santo
The pantsuit is getting a dramatic makeover for the modern bride. A plunging neckline and dramatic trumpet sleeves that reach the floor make this suit aisle-worthy for the fearless bride. See the collection here.
Pantsuit with a split trumpet sleeve, Pronovias
All over crochet lace
For the bride that loves lace. All over crochet lace gowns are having a big moment, and they come in just about every style you can imagine. See the collection here.
Lace assymmetrical Valé dress, Ritual Unions
For the bride who wants to show some leg. Bridal shorts are a thing ladies, and this chic romper look can be easily transformed from ceremony to reception with an overskirt. See this collection here.
Vega, crochet lace high neck romper with tulle overskirt, Mira Zwillinger
The romance is in the ruffles, and this feminine style is making an appearance in many forms. From elegant capelets to ruffle-full skirts, don't be afraid to let your ruffles shine. See the collection here.
High neck ruffle capelet and gown, Isabelle Armstrong
Nestled in a sea of white, blush-hued gowns gave the runway a fun-loving pop of color, and these new designs will ensure all eyes will be on you for your wedding day. See this entire collection here.
Joan, mermaid off shoulder blush ombre wedding dress, Kelly Faetenini
For the bride that doesn't want to wear all-white on their wedding day, nude + white gowns are on the rise, and it's no wonder why. These gowns are sexy and beautiful in every way. See this entire collection here.
The Verona Line, layered tulle skirt with nude underlayer, Demetrios
Brides, capes aren't just for superheroes anymore. This look is getting a lot of attention, and the designs range from short and sweet capelets to the dramatic floor-length numbers. Like we mentioned earlier, nothing is off limits. See this entire collection here.
High neck lace + tulle cape, Victoria KyriaKides
Armbands are a chic and subtle way to transform your bridal look from the ceremony to the reception and with so many sleeve options available, you can't go wrong with this fun trend. See this entire collection here.
Enterea Eleganza, Demetrios Bridal
If you haven't spotted this trend yet, you're in for a treat. Lace cutouts add a chic dimensional effect to wedding dresses that's both modest and sexy. We love it so, and hope to see this trend grace our 2020 brides. See this entire collection here.
Modern lace panel dress, Alexandra Grecco
For the bride that wants two styles for their wedding day. The overskirt is taking the bridal universe by storm, and the style possibilities are truly endless. See this entire collection here.
Colbie, illusion halter dress with detachable skirt, Maggie Sottero
For the bride that's channeling her inner Hollywood Glam, shine bright like a diamond in a gorgeous metallic gown. Sleek and sexy, metallics are making a bold statement in bridalwear for the fierce bride-to-be. See this entire collection here.
Metallic A-line gown, Pronovias
Though this gown is technically part of a 2019 collection, we LOVE fringe and hope to see more festival-inspired looks like this in the future. For all you bohemian queens out there, this one's for you! See the collection here.
Lace off shoulder fringe dress, Watters