The newest bridal collections for Spring 2020 aisles are filled with inspirations from decades past including some fashion trends you thought you would never see again. While we see tried and true silhouettes remain, top wedding dress designers have changed up the details to make 2020 a bridal fashion season that won’t soon be forgotten. Every look is different, there are sleek and sensual suits, puffy sleeves and the classic ballgown and everything in between. We don’t want you to miss any of the romantic, fashion-forward designs & trends for next season so we round up Spring 2020’s most popular wedding dress trends. If you set a wedding date for 2020, you definitely need to scroll down to see the top wedding dress trends for 2020.
Unexpected Wedding Dress Styles Returning In 2020
| 1 | Bridal Blazers & Suits
In the past few years we have seen more fashion forward brides opt for an alternative to the traditional wedding dress making way for this lovely bridal trend. In 2020 the bridal suit will be feminine, ultra sleek and totally classy. Given a modern upgrade for the 2020 wedding season, bridal suits will feature plunging necklines, lace sleeves, peplum jackets and even feathers. Truly for the fashion forward bride looking for a sophisticated and modern look.
| 2 | Capes
Modern day brides are not obsessed with the tradition of wearing a veil so designers created a breathtaking alternative. Capes made from sheer tulle provide brides with the look and feel of wearing a veil without having to wear it on her head or over face. Mock-caped necklines were popular on the runway at bridal fashion week, creating a dramatic look while accenting the bridal gown perfectly.
| 3 | Cinderella Ball Gown
Brides, if you are a true lover of the fairytale wedding don’t worry! Spring 2020 wedding dress trends still include a few classics. The ballgown is one true traditional silhouette that will NEVER go out of style. There is nothing wrong with wanting to feel like a princess on your wedding day. Ball gowns made with delicate tulle and lace details, fully beaded bodices and grand satin skirts or dramatic and trendy ruffled skirts will fulfill any fairytale story. These gorgeous gowns will still dominate the aisle in 2020. Channel your inner princess today, startshopping for a beautiful ball gown to walk down the aisle in.
| 4 | Dramatic High-Low Skirts
The high low wedding dress offers brides the versatility of a formal wedding dress combined with one that is easy to move and dance in. Having a hemline that is shorter in the front, the high low wedding dress is romantic yet dramatic as one of its most beautiful details is a train. In 2020 the high low wedding dress is available with simple details, dramatic ruffles, lace accents and more. Perfect for the fun-loving, free-spirited bride that wants a traditional look that shows off some leg. Explore this high low used wedding dress.
| 5 | Feathers
Yep! That’s right! We are seeing wedding dress designers get creative when it comes to delicate details for wedding dresses in 2020. But don’t think of obnoxious large feathers or even colorful feathers. Designers keep it simple by incorporating lightweight feathers (like ostrich feathers) along the edge of sleeves or hemlines to create a whimsical effect of movement. This creates a magical and dreamy look for the bride while captivating everyone’s imagination. Totally glam and unexpected!
| 6 | Puffy Sleeves
Frightening to say those words when it comes to speaking about wedding dress trends for the future because all we can think of is the huge puffy sleeves in the 80’s. But fear not! In 2020 puffy sleeves on wedding dresses is something that will be soft and romantic, ethereal and lovely. We aren’t talking about your Mom’s puffy sleeve wedding dress. Off-the-shoulder necklines featuring ruffly, puffy sleeves are simply breathtaking in 2020. Not ready for the full puffy sleeve wedding dress? Go with a dress that offers optional, removable puffy sleeves. Doing this allows you to have two different looks with one dress. Wear your sleeves for the ceremony and photos and take them off for the reception or vice versa.
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We are so happy to see this wedding dress style return. Made popular by Carolyn Bessette Kennedy and others in the 90’s this slinky wedding dress style is for the bride that isn’t afraid to be a little sexy on her wedding day. Typically made from beautiful silk or satin fabrics, slip wedding dresses caress the brides’ body and look amazing paired with bridal cape or veil. A simple yet sophisticated wedding dress style for brides that don’t want a lot of fluff and tulle. Find yourperfect Amsale wedding dress today.
| 8 | One-Shoulder Wedding Dresses
Always one of our favorites is the one-shoulder neckline. It hasn’t been around for a while in wedding dress fashion, so we are glad to see it revitalized. This stunning bridal look is glamour to the max! In true Grecian style you will see bridal one-shoulder gowns made in satin, delicate tulle and even with dramatic large bows. Show your inner Goddess on your wedding day in a modern one-shoulder wedding dress.