When the question is popped and you said yes, it is now time to choose The Dress. For some brides, they find the perfect tulle ball gown in a matter of weeks. For others, it is only after months and months of Pinterest deep dives inspiration that they finally nail their ideal look. The journey to buying your dream dress can be difficult and, often times, emotional and stressful.
To make your search less stressful, start by keeping a lookout the latest bridal trends. Checking out what went down the runway can give you a good idea of designs you definitely want and details you can possibly do without for your walk down the aisle. From royal weddings to celebrity nuptials, like Priyanka Chopra’s many celebrations with Nick Jonas and Meghan Markle to Prince Harry, the recent years were huge years for weddings. With this throng of top-notch nuptials and the latest bridal, couture, and ready-to-wear collections, it is easy to predict the wedding dress trends of 2019/2020.
2019 is about clean, minimal embellishments with a focus on new silhouettes. This year has given brides lots of thematic and fashion remixes to work with. From a sleek silk crepe column gown with voluminous sleeves to natural waists, necklines, and structured skirts, to a show-stopping lace v-neck open back with cathedral length train, Suzhoudress UK has got you covered.
Fall / Winter is a prime time for some fantastic princess-esque lace sleeves to ward off the cold and this season, long-sleeve wedding dresses are trending. Royal weddings are the prime example of traditional bridal sleeves and coverage, but if you are after something a little outside-the-box, then you are in luck. This year, bridal sleeves are anything but ordinary. Be it a puff, lace, or a detachable sleeve, the options are endless. What could be more fun than wedding dresses with sleeves? Why, wedding dresses with voluminous sleeves, of course! Billowy bishop sleeves, romantic poet sleeves and puffy sleeves, love them or hate them, you just cannot escape them in 2019.
Sheer sleeves provide the illusion of a long line, while still showing skin. Structural and draped sleeves create an eye-catching look that is upgraded and highly sophisticated. For a wow-factor, 2019’s newest trend is the detachable trains. Brides can wear them down the aisle for a more traditional look, and then shed them for dancing.