Top Three Trends from Fall/Winter 2020 Bridal Fashion Week
Another season, another bridal fashion week filled with endless inspiration of jaw-dropping gorgeous gowns! From frothy, organza dream layers to sleek and tailored minimalist looks, we’re still ogling over the new collections and can’t wait to see them on real brides in the months to come. Whether you’re looking for regal and romantic or prefer something a little more whimsically bohemian, you can certainly guarantee you’ll find something to love from the fall/winter 2020 collections! While it’s nearly impossible to pick out our favorites, we spotted some emerging trends that just may be the perfect contenders for your wedding day look! Read on for our top picks and re-watch all the fashion week buzz on our Instagram highlights!
This upcoming season, the non-traditional struck a true power pose on the runways in the form of statement-making gowns in colors quite outside the norm. For the boldest of brides, you’ll soon see a variety of richly hued options to break up the traditional ivory/white options, most notably in the form of red, bright pink, blue and even black! Even if you’re not ready to party with the idea of a white wedding dress, consider this an option to note for a rehearsal dinner statement, or perhaps a fun reception second dress. For just a touch, we’re loving this Willowby by Watters take with a bold red veil! Look for this collection soon at Brickhouse Bridal and Unbridaled!
While seasons past and present have advanced the off shoulder silhouette into a staple shape, a new look this season notably taken from ready-to-wear collections made its way across the runways of quite a few designers: the puff shoulder. With nods to an 80s revival, you’ll find current versions of this style to reflect more of a structured shape than those of yesteryear, adding a boldly modern touch for the more fashion-forward bride! We love the addition of a plunging neckline and belt on this Pronovias take for an even more stylish appeal. Find this style in-store soon at Belle Ame Bridal, Brickhouse Bridal, Houston Bridal Gallery, Love and Lace, The Princess Bridal, and MIA Couture!
While punchy hues and sharp shoulders may suit some brides, others are clearly after a more timeless yet minimalistic look for their wedding day attire, as noted across many collections showing cleaner lines and tailored shapes. The bridal blazer was a standout takeaway this season, shown over bias cut silk slips, A-line sheaths or paired back to pants and extremely beautiful embellished veils, as exhibited here with Justin Alexander’s take. Again, certainly a style to consider for rehearsal dinners, reception changes and after parties, and even more perfect thrown over a little dress for a post-wedding brunch! Look out for this (and all the other amazing styles) in stores soon at Whittington Bridal!
Looking for other trends straight from the runway? Keep a look out for the newest to hit our favorite local stores in the months to come at Unbridaled, The Princess Bridal, Stephen Grace Atelier, Brickhouse Bridal, Houston Bridal Gallery, Belle Âme Bridal, Mia Bridal Couture, Love and Lace Bridal and Whittington Bridal. And get a behind the scenes look at our time in New York via our fashion week video below!