The latest bridal collections were all about new interpretations of the classics, and inspirations from decades past. But it‘s not losing the uniqueness and timelessness a bridal gown requires. These are the trends you need to keep an eye out for next year’s wedding season!’70s Flair
Sheer tulle in the form of a cape, rather than a veil, is the cool bride’s way to greet her groom down the aisle. This traditional layering piece can be worn in a multitude of ways, but we’re loving it attached to the watteau and the wrists of a jumpsuit.
Green with Envy
Blush wedding dresses have become a mainstay, but now, it’s pistachio’s time to take a walk down the aisle, with options in more than one shade of green on offer for Spring 2020 brides-to-be.
Separates with Trains
This season, it’s the bustiers and tops that are leaving swaths of fabric in your wake, and we’re pretty into it. Take a risk and skip the gown; go for a feminine take on trousers paired with a super-formal top. Expert tip: This look is best when you skip the veil. Let your guests admire your look from all angles.
From fully-feathered ballgowns to chic little minis, luxurious yet lightweight feathers add a glamorous and feminine touch to any look. How they’re employed makes the difference in what type of bride they suit.
An alternative (yet classic) neckline to the staple strapless, V-neck, one-shoulder, and off-shoulder options out there, halter necklines made more appearances this season than they have in the past. Wear this neckline to suit any style—options abound in fashion-forward, minimal, traditional, and bohemian versions.
Ruffs & Puffs
Volume gets a bad rap when it comes in forms outside of full skirts. This season, designers debunked that myth, proving that size matters, and big (sometimes) is better. Expert tip: don’t assume that when it comes to these fresh riffs on volume, biggest is always best. This trend requires restraint and an eye for walking the fine line between tastefully avant-garde and comically over-the-top.
Now a tentpole silhouette in bridal, this season was all about the high-low hem’s versatility. Whether you find yourself drawn to the architectural nature of this style or the ballet-inspired versions, remember one thing: This silhouette only works for brides willing to wear a jaw-dropping shoe to style it with.
Blush and champagne have made marks in seasons past, but ginger (the happy medium of the two) complements a wide range of styles and skin tones, making it our favorite alternative to the tried-and-true bride in white. This is for the bride who doesn’t feel like she’s at her best in traditional ivory tones.
Article according @harpersbazaar