We have compiled the trends that stand out among the famous designer 2019 & 2020 Wedding Dresses & Bridal Gowns to inspire you when choosing the model.



This year, the wedding dresses are diversified with bold, colorful designs and invites us to go beyond the concept of classic wedding dress. The 2018 wedding dress trends leave the stylish and comfortable legacies of 2019: The bows grow bigger, the layers expand and the overalls are diversified and the wedding dress shakes our perception.

Metallic details and geometric lines that we encountered in street fashion and decoration in recent years are reflected in wedding dresses in 2019.



The 2019 spring-summer wedding dress collections are used in the entire wedding dress, geometric patterns, fall in the long veils in the fall.

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In the leading role of the 2019 autumn wedding dresses, there are tulle carrying the romantic atmosphere of the season to the wedding dresses. Sometimes a long veil, sometimes shoulder detail, sometimes with the exaggerated layers of the skirt of the skirt part of the tulle, some brands appear as a transparent wedding dress.

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What about the daha classic bridal gowns? Nowadays it is more powerful and modern.

Do you have the courage to wear a colorful wedding dress? Being ice blue mainly with blue shades, yellow and purple or even red shades are an unusual alternative to white and nude wedding dresses. If you say in don’t give up white in, you can try the options designed with colorful bows and hangers on a white wedding dress.

Meghan Markle‘s royal wedding, the boat neckline, long sleeve, simple, silk wedding dress in 2019 will continue to look like the effect. Designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller, the creative director of the Givenchy brand, the models are inspired by the K simple and elegant Clar effect of the dress, ideal for minimal-design lovers.

Images: Santos Costura show, Atelier Couture Fashion Week, Madrid

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