2020 Bridal Dress Trends

Looking for the perfect wedding dress, the dress of your dreams as many future brides like to call it, can be an overwhelming task. With so many options and styles available many feel like they adore everything and find it impossible to choose a favourite. Bridal fashion weeks are always a great source of inspiration to all brides to be, since they point to the direction of the latest trends. Having a look through bridal catwalks we chose some of our favourite bridal wear trends for 2020.

Puff Sleeves

Popular in the Edwardian age puff sleeves of all lengths are a big comeback for 2020. Be prepared to give them a chance and pair them with headpieces of a larger size such as floral tiaras or bands. The puff sleeve adds that extra dramatic tone to your dress, shapes your silhouette and is a fashion statement that can impress even the most demanding.

Classic Lace

Lace bridal dresses can many times be considered as the wedding ‘centre piece’. A very traditional option that enhances the feminine and delicate nature of a bride this fabric can be ideal for most body types, wedding styles and locations.

Halter – Neck

Say yes to fabulous shoulders by choosing this favourite neckline following us from 2019. Ideal for summer weddings, serve up this look with any type of hair style. From low sinons and ponytails to luscious curls rest assured that you will make an entrance that cannot go wrong.


The wow factor is certain to be there if you choose to go for a ruffle wedding dress. Designers made sure to add the frills all over dresses this season. From skirts to sleeves and gloves a princess worthy bridal outfit is waiting for you.


There is a distinctly aristocratic vibe going on for this season bridal dresses and it all hides in the capes. With this modern alternative to the veil you can go all extravagant and dramatic or minimal and demure. Choose among bold colours, all over embellishments, sheer silk or tulle to be the perfect fashion and style match for your prince charming.

Every wedding starts with the bride’s vision of her dress. Whichever your style, try to stay up do date with the latest trends but most important go for the dress that makes you feel fabulous no matter if it is in fashion or not. Keep notes after visiting bridal boutiques and give yourself as much time as needed before making a decision. Create mood boards and do not forget to add the rest of the styling pieces like shoes and jewellery on them. Think of your dress hunting as an exciting adventure and be sure that it is hanging on one of them racks waiting to make you the most beautiful bride.

Happy planning!

Lila x

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