5 Top Trends from New York Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2020
Bridal Fashion Week has come and gone and with it, a slew of new trends arriving in Spring 2020 to inspire soonlyweds. I saw over 60 collections, but a few key details kept popping up. And to recap it in one sentence, if 2019 was the year of the “naked dress,” 2020 is the year for covering up (in chic style of course!).
If you're a winter soonlywed, you're in luck! Several designers are including wedding coats and capes in their collections — bring on those snow photos! Spotted on Nicole by Pronovias, Halfpenny, Ines Di Santo, Sareh Nouri
Oversized bows, 3-D florals and more, oversized details are coming in multiple forms but they're all bringing the wow factor. Spotted on: Vera Wang, Elizabeth Fillmore, Isabelle Armstrong, Oscar de la Renta
A sleeve style that's growing in popularity, it sits halfway between a cap sleeve and a 3/4-length sleeve, similar to where a t-shirt sleeve would land (duh). A great option for someone who wants a little coverage but doesn't want to commit to full sleeves. Spotted On: Reem Acra, Naeem Khan, Galina for David's Bridal, Enaura Bridal, Jenny Packham
Puff sleeves are back but they're going big, big, big for spring 2020! Ideal for the fashion-forward soonlywed, the puff sleeves make a dramatic statement for sure. Bonus: many are removable, so it allows for two completely different looks if you want to have drama for the ceremony but be able to easily put your hands up for the dance floor. Spotted on: Anne Barge, Lela Rose, Francesca Miranda, Viktor & Rolf
From perfectly tailored to more oversized-cut and bedazzled, there was a ton of variety but one thing's for certain, the bridal blazer has officially arrived. Spotted On: Reem Acra, Gracy Accad, Ines Di Santo, Viktor & Rolf, Savannah Miller