Wedding season has started and if you’re planning your wedding then you’re reading the perfect article. We have the next seasons wedding trend forecast so get comfy and get ready to be taken on a journey of layers, bohemian nudes, classic capes and 2 unexpected but stunning shades.
See below for every brides guide to dressing for 2020 weddings:
Corsets Of Course
Delicate underwear is the norm under a wedding dress, but these gorgeous intimates are making a debut as outwear down the aisle. Think Marie Antionette vibes with exposed boning corsets, sheer fabrics, layering and lace. This trend gives a new feel for sophisticated sexy.
“Va-Va Voom Volume”
Turn up the volume! The 80’s glam volume is back and can be in the form of ruffles, sleeves or a big collar. Be cautious when styling and keep hair and accessories simple if you are rocking a bold full gown.
Birds of a Feather
Feminine feathers are lightweight and glamorous. 2020 is all about dramatic statements. So I you decide on feathers, and it’s done right – don’t skimp. Think Great Gatsby – grand luxury yet dreamy and soft romantic. You can incorporate this in the dress or simply opt for a shrug or trim. Either way the feathers are fierce.
Pretty In Pistachio
The top wedding designers are hooked on this soft, subtle and romantic shade. Soft pastels and floral delights are making their way down the aisle. 2020 is the year of pistachio and it complements all skin tones and be used in a variety of styles and silhouettes.
Gentle Ginger Tulle
Another subtle new shade making its debut. Blush and champagne have had their days and ginger is the new kid on the block – basically a mix of blush and champagne shades. This glam shade complements a variety of skin tones and styles – especially if you’re going for volume or sheer – and if you’re not one for the traditional white gown.
Capes have made an appearance on the runway before and we love that they are still around for this year. They make the perfect addition for a bride who does not want too much exposure as the cape adds a subtle layer of coverage without looking heavy. It can be worn with or without sleeves and is gorgeous in most fabrics.
The sheer silhouette is a beautiful take on nude as it covers everything yet shows the silhouette beautifully. Adorned with embroidery, ruffles and embellishments – this nearly naked look gives the illusion of lightness without over exposing.
(Images from here)