Wedding Report: The Top Bridal Trends You Will See In 2020

Wedding Report: The Top Bridal Trends You Will See In 2020

New York Fashion Week: Bridal just wrapped up with the latest runway shows and presentations for Fall 2020. We wanted to share the latest wedding dress trends that will make an appearance next year if you are tying the knot. From color wash, to nude illusions, and royal proportions, here is the list of Bridal Collections that are sure to match your wedding style.

Peter Langner

Inspired by a wonderland of dreamy and evocative elements of the big anemone. The collection features precious fabrics in pink, gold, and champagne hues and hand embroidered with Swarovski crystals and beads. Structured bodices are enriched with dramatic overskirts, bows, and beautiful draping.

Iris Noble

Stimulated by vintage poetry, the Iris Noble Fall 2020 collection is romantic, graceful and timeless. The collection involves layers of princess tulle and silk draping with a voluminous swirl of sleeves. Lace corsets and satin bustiers voluptuously hug the body while shoulder baring, wrapped neckline suggest a more restrained sensuality.

The Atelier By Professor Jimmy Choo

This collection was inspired by a royal fantasy highlighting dreamy gowns of layered tulle, intricate lace and the finest silk crepe.  Artisanal beading and textured metals dance across necklines and bodices, adding decadence to each design.

Valentini Spose

Inspired by the city lights, the Valentini Spose Fall 2020 collection visualizes shimmering gowns. Rich styles featuring contemporary silhouettes and architectural shapes take focus this season. Fashion forward designs highlighting pantsuits with custom lace, flowing cathedral capes and scoop necklines emphasize modern pieces made for non-traditional brides-to-be.  The collection also includes refined details for pleated ruffles, delicate silk tulle and dramatic flutter sleeves adorned with Swarovski crystals and pearls, sequins and precious stones.

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