When fashion week rolls around, we get inundated with photos, press releases and everyone’s “best of” lists. There is so much to share it’s just almost too much! We have a hard time narrowing it down to just a few to show you and when we received a list from an actual designer as to the latest trends to watch in 2020, we couldn’t help but share.
“Our message is clear: I design many types of gowns to compliment the varied types of brides, themes and diversified trends. I get inspired when I think that every gown and each bride has a story,” Gardner shares. Here are 7 trends from designer Madeline Gardner who shares and forecasts the wedding gown trends for 2020.
Pictured: Catherine Kowalski’s Stevie gown – long sleeve wrap dress with fringe detail. Also available in plus sizes.
Pictured: FLK 833 Gown by Daalarna Couture Folk Collection – embroidered lace bodice, v neckline, v back, lace appliqué detail, mermaid style crepe skirt.
Pictured: Morilee Serendipity Wedding Dress which features a metallic printed organza ball gown with cathedral length train.
Pictured: Ruth Skirt by Galia Lava. A voluminous overskirt made with layers of lavender tulle and silk tulle embroidered 3D flowers.
Pictured: “MORNING DEW” Tulle veil with sequin floral embroidery from EDEM.
Pictured: Julie Vino 2020 Bellagio Collection.
Pictured: Dawn from Claire Pettibone with intricate French embroidery, sheer illusion back and flutter sleeves.
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