8 Latest Wedding Dress Trends For 2020 Bride

2020 is the year of experimentation, and we will see this a lot in the wedding dresses this year. A wedding dress is undoubtedly the best part of the wedding for any bride. When it comes to choosing one out of, literally, thousands of designs, it can be really stressful. Don’t worry, we are here to make your life easier. Have a look at these popular trends that you will witness in the 2020 wedding dress.




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Meghan Markle undoubtedly took this trend to the next level with her completely unadorned Givenchy gown. For the bride who wants a truly unfussy look, a lightweight slip dress with spaghetti straps is oh-so-easy and looks incredible with or without accessories.


One-Shoulder Neckline


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If you’re not shy about showing a lot of leg on the big day, pair a one-shoulder neckline with a cutaway bodice and a J.Lo-worthy slit. Beads, feathers, tulle, oh my! Wear this detailed one-shoulder wedding dress if you want to feel like a work of art on your big day.


Ballet Inspired


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Bring out the ‘Cinderella’ in you by opting for enchanting ball gown dresses. If you’re after volume, this is the type to be focused on. Satin ball gowns are classic and give us ’70s retro vibe.




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Ruffles are a great way to complete a bridal look and add a real wow factor. Usually made of chiffon or tulle, they’re an easy way to achieve some texture and drama without adding a lot of weight and discomfort.


Jumpsuits & Jackets


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Channel your inner boss babe on your D-Day by wearing a jumpsuit or a bridal coat. They’re simple, elegant and stylish, but super easy to move in and feel comfortable from the ceremony all the way to the after-party.


Plunging Necklines


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Plunging necklines have been big news for several years now, but this year, they’ve gotten lower.


Badass Bride


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The 2020 bride is everything unconventional, unapologetic and opinionated. Bring out the real you by choosing a design that suits your personality instead of opting for a traditional dress.


Colored Dress


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Yet another famous trend which we’ll see a lot in destination weddings. This year, designers are expanding from traditional white wedding dresses to include pastel options like blush, baby blue, pastel purple, and pink. Some designers have started using an understated splash of color, while others are using daring, bold hues — such as red and black.
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