2020 has been a year of truly unique wedding dresses. Some new and cool trends took off this year and it has been so much fun rounding up these trends.
Wedding fashion is leaning towards personality, instead of tradition more than ever. Brides are taking into account their personal style and comfort for their big day.
Here are some of the most popular trends for the year:
Incorporating bling is quite common in bridal fashion, but the trend of sparkly fabric introduced this year is a fun way to add glamour to your bridal look. Fabric with sparkles woven in look chic and sophisticated, which isn’t necessarily the first thing that comes to mind when someone says “sparkly”. These sparkles add texture to the dress and it looks stunning when a bride in underneath the spotlight. It’s the subtle hint of glitter that adds more movement and flow to the wedding dress.
Two piece dresses
Since brides are more about sticking to their personal style and choosing comfort over glamour, two piece dresses have become quite a favorite. It allows a bride to customize their look by mixing and matching the top and bottom of their dress. Many two-piece dresses are also designed to show off the midriff, which was once considered quite risqué.
Two piece dresses are much lighter than traditional wedding dresses. Brides felt more comfortable wearing these dresses on their wedding day and it made getting ready quicker!
Cascading lace trains
Bridal trains had taken quite a backseat in recent years. Brides preferred having A-line and ball gown dresses which didn’t come with a train. Those that wanted that regal illusion of a train did so with a super long veil. This year, however, trains came back in fashion. Cascading lace trains were incorporated into the bridal collection of many designers and it have never looked better! Having a lace train added a whole new dimension and feel to the dress.
Non-white wedding dresses
White wedding dresses have been the trends for decades now. Some believe it represents purity, while in reality, it was a way of showing off wealth. While white does suit all complexions and looks stunning, many have opted to sway from this tradition with non-white dresses. Most brides stuck to that ethereal feel by ivory, blush, and even grey wedding dresses. A common trend was to have a blush underlay with white lace for that romantic feel.
Platinum Bridal is a popular bridal boutique in Colorado. They also stock some of the most amazing straight size and plus size wedding dresses, along with designer accessories. Visit their website to stay up to date on trunk shows hosted by various designers at the boutique. Make sure you read their COVID-19 policies over on their website before you visit the Denver bridal shop.