Fall and winter are astonishing seasons for your romantic wedding. Though the majority of couples prefer to tie knots in warmer seasons, there is some magic in getting married on the background of yellow leaves or with snow creating your winter fairytale.
Actually, there are no exact rules about choosing fall or winter wedding dress. However, sleeves and various wraps get more popular in these seasons as well as heavier fabrics and more dramatic details. Right now, we are going to tell you about the hottest trends of wedding dress fashion 2019/2020 for making you the most stylish and beautiful bride. So, let’s see what the world-famed wedding dress designers have prepared for us this season.
As we have already mentioned wedding dresses with sleeves, the cute ideas if which you can find here, become more popular in colder seasons. Today, many brides opt for close-fitting as well as illusion sleeves. However, you may go more dramatic and make a statement with more creative sleeves.
For instance, try voluminous and exaggerated sleeves as they look really gorgeous and extremely stylish. The sleeves can be of various kinds, including blouson, bishop and bell sleeves. They may be of the identical material with the gown or some combinations of textures are possible. Thus, a chiffon or satin dress may feature lace or tulle sleeves.
If you have a look at the bridal runways, you will find dozens of cool examples how unique and fantastic sleeves on unusual shapes may look. And one more bonus: dramatic sleeves may go well with various wedding dress silhouettes. It’s just important to choose the best combination of dress silhouette and sleeves which is the most flattering for you.
Monique Lhuillier Fall 2020-Wish
Wedding dresses with high-collar necklines are featured in collections of many designers, including Reem Acra and Monique Lhuillier. But such a neckline has one more advantage. It’s a perfect choice for a fall/winter wedding. Undoubtedly, even if the dress features some illusion parts, it feels and looks warmer than gowns with plunging necklines or strapless ones.
High collars may look absolutely different and suit the taste of any girl. Thus, it can be a minimalist sheath satin dress with turtleneck and no sleeves or the one in A-line silhouette covered with lace and featuring long illusion sleeves. There are also many cool simple wedding gown ideas with high collars as well as jumpsuits and short dresses.
Berta S/S 2020
We all know that colorful wedding dresses are pretty popular now and many wedding designers create dresses in various shades from pastel blush and lavender to red and even black wedding dresses. But what about adding some metallic color to your wedding gown? Such famed wedding designers like Berta, Galia Lahav and Ines Di Santo, presented astonishing collections featuring gold, silver or rose gold wedding dresses. And we must admit that they look fantastic.
Undoubtedly, metallic fabrics look unusual and very festive. It’s not necessary to buy a very sparkling gown but you can go with milder options. Also, a cool variant is a dress with metallic lace. While metallic color may be considered pretty harsh, floral lace pattern will make it look more feminine.
Additionally, you can add some trendy décor to a traditional white or ivory wedding dress. For example, a sash with metallic lace, gold/silver embroidery or beading may add a special chic to your gown.
From time to time, feathers become top trends of wedding fashion and later, everyone forgets about them. Nevertheless, they turned out to be one of the hottest trends for 2019/2020 wedding season. Such designers as Vivienne Westwood and Zuhair Murad employed feathers for their latest collections of wedding dresses.
Moreover, feathers are ideal for winter and fall weddings as many people may consider them looking too “warm” for spring and summer weddings, when brides seek for lightweight gowns with no excessive embellishment. Moreover, as we have many holidays in fall and winter, a wedding gown with feathers may help you to create a really festive atmosphere at your wedding.
We hope you have drawn some inspiration from our post and already have some thoughts of how your gown must look. Remember that it’s cool to follow trends but don’t forget about your personal taste. Never go to the aisle in a gown which is super-fashionable but which you don’t like. Your comfort and self-confidence are always the main priority.
By Lesly White