All the bridal fashion trends in 2019 were inspired by classic dramas, movies, and royal weddings, and for the year 2020, bridal collections are all about new interpretations of that classic era, and the details are inspired by past centuries.
Starting with Victorian lace and fluffy sleeves from the 1980s, designers have made modern changes to those classic details, adding a sense of vitality, and this gives brides the chance to add their own touch to their bridal look.
2020 will bring us some of the latest accessory trends, multi-layered skirts, and modern bohemian looks, these are the stylish new trends when it comes to the details, design, and colors of the wedding dresses, and every bride should keep these 2020 wedding dress trends in mind while shopping for her wedding dress.
Now that most fashion designers have released their 2020 wedding dresses, we are sharing with you the top bridal fashion trends right here:
Multi Layered Skirts
Although fluffy and multi-layered skirts are not new bridal fashion trends, in 2020 they will be presented in a modern twist. 2020 wedding dresses are characterized by movement, romance, and dreamy touches, the 2020 bridal collections included layers of tulle, ruffles, and pleats.
If you are a bride looking for a wedding dress with a fluffy skirt, this is the type to consider. And we spotted this trend in many bridal collections designed by the most famous Arab and international fashion designers such as Ines de Santo, George Hobeika, Tony Ward, and many others.
Modest and Long Sleeved Wedding Dresses
Since the royal wedding took place last year, we are still seeing the "influence of the Duchess" dominate the style of wedding dresses, especially as Meghan Markle's wedding dress was very modest.
High neck wedding dresses and long-sleeved wedding dresses are going to be a huge trend in 2020, especially if they are modern and elegant.
3D Embriodery and Embellishments
Elements and details inspired by nature were evident in most bridal collections, from 3D flowers, and intricate embellishments, as well as 3D petals and leaves.
The 2020 wedding dresses will have a lot of nature-inspired embroidery that will catch everyone's attention.
Side or Front Slits
The 2020 wedding dress collections will include front or side slits, which are very attractive, and suit every bride.
Front and side slits have been very popular for the past few years, and it looks like this trend is staying.
If you are a bride who has beautiful long legs, then show them off by wearing a wedding dress with a front or side slit.
In 2020 the focus will be on the back of the wedding dresses, open backs are taking over in 2020, and this trend goes well with most wedding dress styles.
Bridal suits and jumpsuits are no longer considered a strange look in 2020, bridal suits are being designed with different colors, complete with beautiful capes, and some bridal suits are sleeveless for a cool and young look.
If you still want to wear a wedding dress on your big day but love the idea of a suit, then why not wear one for one of your pre-wedding parties.
Wedding dresses with draped sleeves that cover the shoulders with wide-open necks are perfect for the bride of 2020, these statement sleeves give the bride an elegant and feminine look.
Simple Wedding Dresses
Meghan Markle sure had a great influence on brides with her simple modern Givenchy wedding dress, this is why in 2020 we will see a lot of modest and simple wedding dresses.
Minimal brides will shine in dresses that are free from embellishments, embroidery, or lace.
Short Wedding Dresses
Short wedding dresses are always fun and modern, and many young brides prefer short wedding dresses, as many fashion designers are including short wedding dresses to their bridal collections.
Short wedding dresses add a lot of charm, and femininity to any bridal look.
This timeless accessory gives the bride a feeling of luxury and sophistication, in addition to being somewhat modern. Gloves have returned this season in a variety of designs, and we all loved it.
Whether made of satin, elegant transparent lace, Swiss dots, florals, elbow-length gloves or wrist-length gloves add sophistication to any look.
Gloves give your bridal look an elegant touch, and you can wear them during your bridal photoshoot for timeless pictures, but keep in mind to take them off during dinner and while dancing so you don't look over exaggerated.