With over 30 brands showcasing their latest collections during bridal fashion week, there are a lot of options to choose from.  

Fall 2020 offerings are proof that you don’t always need to keep with tradition to look bridal. 

From sleek pants to party hemlines and floral prints, FEMAIL rounds up the hottest trends seen on the catwalks. Soon-to-be brides get your pen and paper ready! 

Fuss free: With over 30 brands showing their latest collections during bridal fashion week, we can say wholeheartedly that there is something for everyone

Fuss free: With over 30 brands showing their latest collections during bridal fashion week, we can say wholeheartedly that there is something for everyone

In 2019, there are no rules and regulations for any wedding.

In 2019, there are no rules and regulations for any wedding.

Wear whatever you want: In 2019, there are no rules and regulations for any wedding

Keep it in the closet: Brides are saying ‘I don’t’ to foofy princess dresses, in favor of more practical garments that don’t cost a fortune and can be worn again

A fuss-free look is chic and practical 

In 2019, there are no rules and regulations for any wedding. 

Many couples are ditching super-formal extravaganzas for casual celebrations that are more representative of who they are, and within a reasonable budget.

Brides are saying ‘I don’t’ to foofy princess dresses, in favor of more practical garments that don’t cost a fortune and can be worn again.

Cocktail dresses with hems that hit above the knee (as seen at Viktor & Rolf, Sophie et Voila and Edem) are ideal for a second trip down the aisle. 

Or, if you can’t imagine saying ‘I do’ in a dress again, opt for wedding-worthy pants.

Caroline Castigliano, Theia, Anne Barge and Cushnie et Ochs sent statement-making, sophisticated, and downright sexy slack options down their fall 2020 runways.

Second try: If you can't imagine saying 'I do' in a dress again, opt for wedding-worthy pants

Second try: If you can’t imagine saying ‘I do’ in a dress again, opt for wedding-worthy pants

Party time: Why wear one dress when you can don two or three like Hailey Bieber

Party time: Why wear one dress when you can don two or three like Hailey Bieber

Cocktail hour: Jenny Packham designed dresses for the bride who wants to swap her formal ceremony attire in favor of something fun and daring for her wedding reception

Cocktail hour: Jenny Packham designed dresses for the bride who wants to swap her formal ceremony attire in favor of something fun and daring for her wedding reception

 It’s YOUR party and you’ll wear whatever you want to

Why wear one dress when you can wear two (or three à la Hailey Bieber!)?  

For the bride who wants to swap her formal ceremony attire in favor of something fun and daring for her wedding reception, Lela Rose, Galia Lahav, Jenny Packham and Berta have you covered.   

From beaded leg-baring minis to see-through gowns that aren’t appropriate for a church ceremony, designers are offering swoon-worthy second-dress options that might be worth expanding your budget for.  

Not so modest: Although we spotted plenty of simple dresses with high necklines and long sleeves on the catwalks, risque bodices are what's hot in 2020

Not so modest: Although we spotted plenty of simple dresses with high necklines and long sleeves on the catwalks, risque bodices are what’s hot in 2020

A boned corset is flattering on every body type, as it slims the midsection and creates an instant hourglass shape

A boned corset is flattering on every body type, as it slims the midsection and creates an instant hourglass shape

Flaunt it: A boned corset is flattering on every body type, as it slims the midsection and creates an instant hourglass shape

Say ‘Yes’ to boudoir bodices 

Although we spotted plenty of simple dresses with high necklines and long sleeves on the catwalks, risqué bodices in the form of corsets and plunging necklines are what’s hot in 2020.   

Designers like Berta, WONÁ, and Pnina Tornai showed a lot of love for the plunge.  

Expertly crafted, the daring detail is created with built-in sheer netting to avoid any wardrobe malfunctions for the bride on her special day.   

Lingerie inspired corset tops (like the ones seen at Edem, Galia Lahav Couture and Gala by Galia Lahav Collection) flatter ever body type.

The boning slims the midsection and creates an instant hourglass shape while providing support.  

Take the plunge: Ukraine-based bridal brand WONÁ is on trend with plunging necklines

Take the plunge: Ukraine-based bridal brand WONÁ is on trend with plunging necklines

In place: Expertly crafted, the daring detail is created with built-in sheer netting to avoid any wardrobe malfunctions for the bride on her special day

In place: Expertly crafted, the daring detail is created with built-in sheer netting to avoid any wardrobe malfunctions for the bride on her special day

White is so last year: As more brides look towards non-white alternatives for their big day, Oscar de la Renta, Edem and Sahroo deliver

White is so last year: As more brides look towards non-white alternatives for their big day, Oscar de la Renta, Edem and Sahroo deliver

Oscar de la Renta featured soft shades of blue

Edem included peach in their collection

Pale tones: Oscar de la Renta and Edem incorporated soft shades of blue and peach into their collection

Stark white is so last year

As more brides look towards non-white alternatives for their big day, Oscar de la Renta, Edem and Sahroo deliver.

Vera Wang disrupted the industry by introducing color into her bridal collection several seasons ago, and she continues to shake things up for fall with styles that are the antithesis of a cookie-cutter bride.  

Floral prints also bloomed this season at Theia, Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhuillier. 

Stunning gowns featuring dreamy floral appliques, gorgeous embroidery and watercolor patterns, are proof that you don’t need to keep with tradition to look bridal.

Accents: Vera Wang disrupted the bridal industry by introducing color several seasons ago, and she continues to shake things up for fall, with styles that are the antithesis of a cookie-cutter bride

Accents: Vera Wang disrupted the bridal industry by introducing color several seasons ago, and she continues to shake things up for fall, with styles that are the antithesis of a cookie-cutter bride

Groundbreaking florals: Floral prints also bloomed this season at Lela Rose, Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhuillier

Groundbreaking florals: Floral prints also bloomed this season at Lela Rose, Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhuillier

Stunning gowns featuring dreamy floral appliques, gorgeous embroidery and watercolor patterns, are proof that you don't need to keep with tradition to look bridal

Stunning gowns featuring dreamy floral appliques, gorgeous embroidery and watercolor patterns, are proof that you don't need to keep with tradition to look bridal

Refreshing: Stunning gowns featuring dreamy floral appliques, gorgeous embroidery and watercolor patterns, are proof that you don’t need to keep with tradition to look bridal

Fairytale-inspired nuptials: For the bride that's looking to make an entrance, consider opting for a modern day ball gown

Fairytale-inspired nuptials: For the bride that’s looking to make an entrance, consider opting for a modern day ball gown

Don’t save the drama for your mama, it’s YOUR wedding day

For the bride that’s looking to make an entrance, consider opting for a modern day ball gown.

We saw plenty of them at internationally renowned retailer, Pronovias. 

Over-the-top dresses are a red carpet favorite in Hollywood, why shouldn’t they be for a bride about to walk down the isle? 

The best part? In an unforgettable gown you will never wear again, you will feel extra special and your pictures will be Vogue-worthy.    

Pronovias offers everything a Cinderella bride could ever dream of

Pronovias offers everything a Cinderella bride could ever dream of

Best of the best: Walk down the isle like it’s your red carpet

Toss the tiara, you’re a street style star

Headbands have never been more popular on the streets with the fashion set or on the catwalks.

For the bride that isn’t keen on a traditional veil, flower crown or tiara, a padded pearl embellished headband in white or a soft shade is a great alternative.

Bonus: the beaded accessory can be worn again with just about anything. 

Hot accessory: For the bride that isn't keen on the traditional veil flower crown or tiara, a padded headband is a great alternative

Hot accessory: For the bride that isn’t keen on the traditional veil flower crown or tiara, a padded headband is a great alternative

Tried and tested: Los Angeles-based model and influencer, Rocky Barnes, shared her pre-wedding nighttime beauty routine with Domino

Tried and tested: Los Angeles-based model and influencer, Rocky Barnes, shared her pre-wedding nighttime beauty routine with Domino

Need anymore inspo before you tie the knot? Turn to Domino for all things wedding related! 

Los Angeles-based model and influencer, Rocky Barnes, shared her nighttime beauty routine with the site.

‘It’s a marathon, not a sprint, and I think people are so eager to really capture every moment of the weekend that they don’t really give themselves self love, which is the most important part,’ she revealed.

Below are some of the star’s pre-wedding go-tos! 

Mask Keratin Smooth With Marula Oil Packs by TRESemme, $23.11 for 10; amazon.com

Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Face Moisturizer Gel by Neutrogena, $16.44; amazon.com

Left: Mask Keratin Smooth With Marula Oil Packs by TRESemme, $23.11 for 10; amazon.com. Right: Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Face Moisturizer Gel by Neutrogena, $16.44; amazon.com.

Ring Cleaning Pen Brush by The Gem Pen, $19; amazon.com

Beauty Elixir Eau de Beaute Spray by CaudalÍe Paris, $36.95; amazon.com

Left: Ring Cleaning Pen Brush by The Gem Pen, $19; amazon.com. Right: Beauty Elixir Eau de Beaute Spray by CaudalÍe Paris, $36.95; amazon.com

 



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