Updated: Jun 10
Deciding on bridesmaid dresses can be challenging and picking a style that will suit every member of your bridal party can seem impossible. Scroll down for our predictions for the biggest trends in bridesmaid dresses for 2020 that can give you some inspiration on what styles to try:
Forget layers of over-dramatic tulle, you can introduce this feminine detail by elegantly draped folds that subtly create flattering silhouettes, either around the neckline or from the waistline down to the floor.
Gone are the days of bridesmaids being forced into meringue disasters that make them resent the bride-to-be, brides are much more focused on making sure that their bridesmaids feel comfortable and happy. Jumpsuits are a great anti-dress option that looks stylish as well as feeling comfortable.
Ever since Meghan Markle’s gorgeous second wedding dress, halternecks have been on-trend. This style has a formal and statuesque look and looks good in a variety of fabrics from chiffon to crepe.
The 90s are back and this is reflected in these bridesmaid dresses with the return of the cowl neck. Combine with a slip dress style for a truly 90s feel. This look is perfect for a minimalist wedding or if your bridesmaids want a light, effortless dress.
One-shoulder dresses have been in for a while now but these bridesmaid dresses add a bit more of an interesting and chic twist to the look with added detail at the neckline.
Ever since Angelina Jolie wore her dramatic side split dress at the 2012 Oscars this style has become more and more popular every year and is practically everywhere now. A really simple way to make a floor-length dress easier to move in and a little bit sexier too.