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Wedding Dress Trends from Fall 2020 Bridal Fashion Week

Another New York Bridal Fashion Week is in the books and just as history repeats itself, so does fashion. The runway was filled with time machine moments, taking wedding looks back to traditional styles but with added modern twists. Here are a few of the hottest trends for Fall 2020 bridalwear.

 

Puff Sleeves

In a nod to the 80s, puff sleeves are back! Big, billowy sleeves add a fashionable twist on the traditional long, fitted sleeve look.

 

Dress: Daalarna

 

Dress: Sophie et Voila

 

Dress: Sophie et Voila

 

Dress: Rivini by Rita Vinieris

 

Off the Shoulder

Sleeves of all kinds were having a moment on the runway, including barely there, off the shoulder sleeves that give the feel of a strapless dress with a tiny bit more coverage.

 

Dress: Anne Barge / Photo: Collin Pierson

 

Dress: Cassidy by Catherine Kowalski

 

Dress: Julie Vino / Photo: Duke Images

 

Dress: Julie Vino / Photo: Duke Images

 

Dress: Lenox by Justin Alexander

 

Dress: Lamar by Justin Alexander

 

Frosted Crystal Tweed

Fashion house Viktor&Rolf put a winterized spin on the classic tweed fabric while giving it a bridal feel with the help three-dimensional crystals.

 

Dress: Viktor&Rolf Mariage Fall/Winter 2020 Collection

 

Dress: Viktor&Rolf Mariage Fall/Winter 2020 Collection

 

Dress: Viktor&Rolf Mariage Fall/Winter 2020 Collection

 

Colorful Veils

Gone are the days of heading down the aisle in a traditional white veil. Statement veils are in (looking at you Hailey Bieber) and what better way to make a statement than with color? From subtle hints of color to bold vibes, a veil is the perfect way to bring color into the ceremony look.

 

Dress: The Wanderer Collection by Willowby by Watters / Veil: Toni Frederici / Photo: Masato Onoda

 

Dress: The Wanderer Collection by Willowby by Watters / Veil: Toni Frederici / Photo: Masato Onoda

 

Veil: 1902 by Ariel Taub

 

Veil: Campania Silk Crinkle by Wayfarer Bride

 

Veil: Amalfi Silk Dip Dyed by Wayfarer Bride

 

Veil: Luccia Metallic Tulle by Wayfarer Bride

 

Circles and Swirls

Enter in the use of circles in bridal style. From circular ruffle patterns to beaded swirls, 360-degree twirls while wearing these gowns will be required.

Dress: Viktor&Rolf

 

Dress: Leah Da Gloria

 

Dress: Monique Lhuillier

 

Little House on the Prairie Vibe

Laura Ingalls Wilder would have been proud watching all the prairie wedding dresses that walked the runway. The detailing and volume of the sleeves may have a modern flair, but the ruffles of yore are here to stay.

 

Dress: Daalarna

 

Dress: Daalarna

 

Dress: Viktor&Rolf

 

Asymmetry

Mismatched is the new look. Symmetry is out and single sleeves, high slits, and decorative patterns are in. One popular way to make a subtle asymmetrical statement is with a bow. One-looped bows are hot for Fall 2020.

Dress: Harmonie by Ines Di Santo / Photo: Firstview

 

Dress: Narcisse by Ines Di Santo / Photo: Firstview

 

Dress: Style 4802 by Pnina Tornai

 

Dress: David Hasbani for Julie Vino Group

 

Dress: Isabelle Armstrong

 


Featured image: Duke Images / Dresses: Julie Vino

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