The beautiful wedding dress trend you're going to see at a LOT of next year 2 months ago

The beautiful wedding dress trend you're going to see at a LOT of next year

Saying 'I do' next year?

If you're getting married next year, chances are you have at least thought about what kind of dress you're going to get - if not started your visits to bridal shops already.

But if you haven't found the dress quite yet, we've got some good news: there are a number of trends predicted to be huge for 2020.

So it's the perfect way to get some inspiration, really.

And while trends should never dictate what you wear, it's always interesting to see what new designs are featuring particularly when it comes to choosing a look for one of the biggest days of your life.

 

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There's one trend, though, that seems to never truly go out of style: halter neck dresses.

Effortlessly chic and summery, the look has proven to be a massive hit with a number of a famous brides - and has made its way into a number of bridal collections lately.

An alternative to the classic strapless, V-neck, off-the-shoulder or one-shoulder necklines out there, halter necklines are absolutely stunning. 

Plus, they suit just about every kind of wedding gown - from detailed lace dresses to Art Deco gowns, and even the flowy, bohemian ones.

 

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And we'll readily admit it: more than a year later, we're still swooning over Meghan Markle's Stella McCartney gown she wore to her wedding reception.

And if you're looking to get ahead of the trend (or simply just want to get the look at a fraction of the cost), some high street retailers have released similar style gowns which we absolutely adore.

BHLDN have some absolutely stunning options - including the Willowby by Watters Prescott gown and the Tadashi Shoji Vista gown, and we're still swooning over Monsoon's Eleanor gown and the Anne lace back dress.