Getting married this year or next and looking out for the newest wedding dress trends? Start right here.

We've combed the runways and checked out your favourite wedding dress designers' new collections to figure out the biggest wedding dress trends we're going to be seeing over the next year or two.

Bridal fashion trends stick around a lot longer than their highstreet counterparts so you don't have to worry about your dress being 'so over' by the time your wedding rocks around.

These nine wedding dress trends are here to stay, and if we were you, we wouldn't know how to choose...


Wedding dresses with sleeves

The best winter wedding trend has to be sleeves. No visible goosebumps or shivering in your wedding pics for you, nuh-uh!

Adhara by Rolling in Roses,

Style 132 by Jesus Peiro,

Planet gown by Pronovias,

Luca gown by Rue de Seine,


Embellished wedding dresses

Any excuse to wear sequins, are we right? We're big advocates of brides sparkling down the aisle any time of the year.

Lunella gown by Willowby by Watters,

Anya by Karen Willis Holmes,

Whisper by Jenny Packham,

Bella by Pronovias,

Wedding jumpsuits

The best winter wedding trend has to be sleeves. No visible goosebumps or shivering in your wedding pics for you, nuh-uh!

Bayonne jumpsuit by Otaduy,

Braham Jumpsuit by Rime Arodaky,

Nancy Jumpsuit by Savannah Miller,

Bae Jumpsuit by Marylise,

Bohemian wedding dresses

Having a destination do or simply want something more relaxed? A bohemian wedding dress style will be right up your street. To achieve that effortlessly chic, boho vibe, pair an unstructured gown with relaxed hair and accessories.

Giselle by Delila Fox,

Jackson by Rue de Seine,

Long Sleeve Lace Boho Dress by Daughters of Simone,

Style 19-15 by Inbal Dror,


Floral wedding dresses

Florals for spring? Yeah, we know… However, 2020 styles are bringing an elegant twist with delicate but deadly floral appliqué.

Iris by Bo & Luca,

Giuletta by Tara Lauren,

Beale Skirt and Oliver Dress by Halfpenny London,

Alika by Savin London,


Caped wedding dresses

Want to make an entrance? Add a cape to your already gorgeous dress. Not only will you look chic but you’ll also feel like a total badass.


Evening Star by Pronovias,

Paniculata Dress and Cape by Jesus Peiro,

Be Delightful by Agata Wojtkiewicz,

Style IV1137 by Beside Couture,


Sheer wedding dresses

Not really feeling a no sleeves gúna? You can feel covered and comfortable, whilst still showing off some skin with chic, sheer panelling.


Sultana by Tara Lauren,

Off the Shoulder Dramatic Silk Dress by Daughters of Simone,

Romy by Alexandra Grecco,

Coppélia by Rime Arodaky,


Blush wedding dresses

If classic white or ivory isn't cutting the mustard for you, opt for a subtle introduction of colour with a flattering blush wedding dress.

Meteor by Pronovias,

Rbl 757 by Daalarna,

Marlowe by Enzoani,

Galatea gown in Moscato,


Sleek wedding dresses

Clean lines and cool designs for a modern and elegant look.

Victoria by Savin London,

Laura by Halfpenny London,

Style 8062 by Jesus Peiro,

Baylie by True Bride,


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