Saying hello to 2020 means saying goodbye to last year’s looks and welcoming in a whole new fashion forecast! While 2019 was the year of illusion necklines, lengthy trains, and incredible back details, brides can be prepared to dazzle and delight in a mix of fresh details and designs. We know that with a list like this, 2020 is going to be a stylish year!
Brides will be blooming this year in an array of gorgeous floral details! From delicate embroidery to subtle prints, and bold three-dimensional appliqué, we’re feeling a floral frenzy coming this year. Sheila’s allover floral embroidery is a springtime dream with its ultra-feminine feel. Its sheer neckline and train really let the floral detail shine and keep you looking petal perfect!
Light and delicate, airy gowns graced the runway for Spring 2020 and we feel this trend will carry throughout the whole year. Airy gowns are all about feeling effortless and looking like a breath of fresh air. We think Skye has the ethereal vibe of these light as air gowns. It features a delicately draped net bodice, with frosted floral embroidery, crystal and pearl beading on a soft tulle ball gown. This fresh feel will have you floating down the aisle.
While a glittering gown is nothing new in bridal, we see sparkle reaching new heights this year! Crystal beading, metallic embellishments, and stunning sequins will all be making its way down the aisle. You can get in on the superb sparkle with gowns like Starlet, featuring a dazzling crystal and pearl embroidered bodice with beaded straps and a glitter organza ball gown skirt. There’s no such thing as too much sparkle, and you’ll certainly be radiant in this gown!
While some brides choose to go grand, we’re predicting that 2020 will be the year of less is more. We’re talking no beading, no frills, no embroidery, none of it. These gowns are all about sleek silhouettes, clean lines, and fashionable forms. The Scarlett is the perfect choice for our minimalist brides with its chic fit to flare shape, structured organdy fabric, and gorgeous architectural draping on the bodice. This minimal look will give you subtle sophistication to help your natural beauty shine n your wedding day.
Feminine and romantic, tiered skirts give an unapologetically fun and flirty feeling to a more traditional gown. We think brides will be rocking this style, made for twirling, all year long! The Stella, a sparkling stunner, has a sheer sequined low v-necklines in the front and back and features a flouncing float of tiered tulle on a princess ball gown skirt. You’ll be a frothy fantasy in a tiered gown!