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6 Bridal Trends 2019/20

18-06-2019   


Bridalwear has gone through a big trend change in the form of fresh colour, embellishment, silhouette and detail. Each trend packs a punch. Here are the 6 top big trends that will set the tone of bridalwear in 2019 going through to 2020.

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1. The Bridal Blazer

Few pieces have a way of becoming classics. Blazers are one of the first pieces that come to mind when we think of classic wardrobe staples and this trend is a great meeting of formal and bridal. The power blazer bridal look has hit the catwalk and is gaining popularity. New styles include the shawl-collar jacket and cropped smart suit with traditional bridalwear details such as beading, embroidery and handstitched embellishments.

2. A Cape for the Bride

The cape has stepped up as a versitile cover-up and now it has made its way into bridalwear as well. Think off-the-shoulder capes, cropped capes or floor length capes that create movement and drama. For the last few seasons capes have featured heavily in the designer collections and now they are making a statement in bridalwear as well.

3. The Upgraded Bridal Skirt

Not your regular bridal skirt, this big trend offers the combination of separates rather than the traditional dress. Flattering shapes such as tulip, bias cut, flared and fishtail with the addition of detached overskirts and transparent layers.

4. Crochet Lace

An allover crochet lace gowns offer a more romantic bridal option with extravagant floral designs in ivory, nude or coral. To take this trend up a notch add a pagoda, cape or frill sleeve. To coordinate with the bride mother of the bride dresses should ideally opt for similar or complimentary colours.  jjshouse.co.uk has many options in line with the latest trends.

5. Transparent Bridalwear

Here is a trend has completely taken off offering areas of transparency across the arms, shoulders and décolleté. Sheer fabrics can be layered and draped giving the overall look a fluid and elegant feel.

6. Mirror Mirror

In the past the bridalwear market has been saturated with sequins and crystal beading, offering something different the latest embellishments arrive in the form of mirrored details that really catch the light. jjshouse.co.uk featured some exclusive high-shine pieces in chrome and silver.




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