2020 is just around the corner, and big congratulations are in order if it’s your wedding year! You’re in for such an exciting 12 months.
One of the decisions you’ll need to make is what your bridesmaids are wearing (unless you’re letting them pick their own dresses, of course).
From mismatched bridesmaid dresses to sparkly bridesmaid dresses, we’ve seen trends come and go over the years, and we couldn’t be more excited to see what 2020 has in store when it comes to new bridesmaid trends.
Scroll down for our predictions for the biggest bridesmaid dress trends for 2020.
Ruffled Bridesmaid Dresses
We’re not talking layers of frothy tulle, but instead elegantly draped folds, cascading down from the waist, creating a super flattering silhouette.
A thigh split adds an extra sultry element, bringing this pretty pink bridesmaid dress style bang up to date.
For a more formal take on the trend, sheer ruffles on a satin dress are an ideal way to embrace the style.
Tie Strap Bridesmaid Dresses
We’re used to seeing multi-way bridesmaid dresses, where the straps can be altered into countless different ways to create different looks for all of your bridal party, but tie up straps are new to us – and we’re big fans.
Especially for summer weddings, tie straps create a cool, casual look.
High Neck Bridesmaid Dresses
Ever since Meghan Markle wore her halter neck second wedding dress, we’ve seen more and more of the trend, and now halter necks are big news in bridesmaid dresses too.
Whatever season you’re holding your wedding in, halter neck bridesmaid dresses will add in injection of sophisticated style to your day.
Asymmetric Bridesmaid Dresses
One shoulder bridesmaid dresses have always been a popular style, but we love this 2020 take on the style, with the strap being taken higher for a chic, high end look.
If you’re looking for winter bridesmaid dresses, this might just be the one – the silver makes it so magical.
Scalloped Detailing Bridesmaid Dresses
For a feminine touch scalloped edges are a lovely element to any bridesmaid dress. They keep plunging necklines from looking overly sexy, and will look gorgeous in photos.
All of the gorgeous gowns in this article come courtesy of Dessy‘s latest bridesmaid collection.