Another whirlwind week of Bridal Fashion Week is in the books! Through the hundreds (if not thousands!) of wedding outfits we saw, a few trends stood out, and we are looking forward to these styles going from the runway to the aisle come Fall 2020!
Just as we saw removable skirts the last few seasons, detachable sleeves are now becoming a trendy option for those who want two looks in one. Remove the sleeves for the reception to create a whole new look. Featured: Rime Arodaky, Allison Webb, Lee Petra Grebenau, Francesca Miranda, Hayley Paige
High necks, billowy sleeves, full skirts — we saw a lot of Victorian-era details in dresses throughout this Fashion Week. Featured: Pnina Tornai, Daalarna, Atelier by Professor Jimmy Choo, Isabelle Armstrong
We’re seeing nods to nostalgia in ready-to-wear so it was really only a matter of time before it hit bridal. Break out your mother’s wedding dress, puffy 80s shoulders are back! Featured: Kosibah, Sophie Et Voila, Rime Arodaky, Daalarna, Pnina Tornai, Pronovias
Heavy Pearl Beading
We saw a lot of asymmetrical lines on the runways, both on sleeves and skirts. Asymmetry can give a traditional ballgown a modern twist (as seen in Lazaro), or create a truly fashion-forward look. Featured: Inbal Dror, Julie Vino, Berta, Lazaro
For those who want a more subdued look while still having a little something, this trend is for you. A barely there embellishment is almost like a secret detail, just for you. Featured: Carolina Herrera, Allison Webb, Lela Rose
The celestial trend that we saw in wedding decor two years ago is now hitting bridal fashion hard. Galactic details have us starry-eyed for these designs. Featured: Ines Di Santo, Peter Langner, Pronovias, Lazaro, Allison Webb