The trends of the upcoming 2020 bridal fashion have been finally announced at the Spring 2020 Bridal Week. However, #Voguewedding believes that definitive trends don’t really exist anymore. Many of designers have grown out of the “trendy” territory to become near-ubiquitous, and suggest choosing multiple looks: e.g. groovy jumpsuit for the rehearsal, a classic gown for the wedding, and a sequined mini for the reception.
I have attended the event and decided to share a couple of trends I have personally found truly fresh
Long but naked sleeves with floral decoration
Sheer sleeves emerged as a growing trend this season, from the mock-neck styles to embroidered versions. The look is still undeniably sexy but you won’t feel overexposed.
’70s-inspired jumpsuits of Viktor & Rolf, lace-trimmed pantsuits of Cushnie, and a few blouses and trousers with built-in trains.
Minidresses for the After-Party
For the bride who wants to change into a second look for the reception (or even a third look for the late-night party), a minidress will be the best option.
MAXI / LONG SLEEVE / FLORAL / MULTI-LAYERING / CLASSY / LACES / SEXY /
Viktor & Rolf and Carolina Herrera’s bustles came in the form of folded layers of satin while Vera Wang broke with convention and put an asymmetrical, hand-pinned bustle at the front of her creamy tulle gown.
Royal & Classy: Brides-to-be with a minimalistic taste will be bookmarking Markle’s bonded-satin and a bracelet-sleeved Givenchy gown for years to come.