A hot trend for 2020 is understated, plainer and simpler gowns. Our brides are looking for minimal fuss, less detailed and minimalist gowns. These gowns suit both a garden wedding or one with a boho theme but can also be very classic and elegant for a church, stately home or castle wedding.
Sandy, style number 5804 from our Blu collection is a plain and simple Larissa satin A-line gown with Bateau neckline. The back of the bodice features sheer net accented with crystal and pearl beaded embroidery, whilst the back of the skirt remains plain.
For a relaxed boho gown take a look at Shea, style number 6925 – from our Voyage collection of gowns which are aimed at destination weddings with less fuss and less layers. It features Alençon lace appliques on a sheath silhouette crepe gown. There is slight detailing on the scallop edged lace train and a keyhole cut-out back.
Another stunning gown from our Blu collection is Sally, style number 5808. Made of fine chiffon with lace appliques to the shoulders of the illusion net neckline. This gown is available in sizes 4-32, with sizes 16+ specially designed for curvy brides if ordered as 16W-32W.
Rumer, style number 6917 from our Voyage collection is a modern classic with off-the-shoulder neckline. Made from satin this gown comes with a diamante and moonstone beaded belt. With its relaxed sheath skirt we can imagine this gown at a whole host of different wedding venues.
From our Main collection which showcases the latest catwalk trends we bring you Sedona, style number 2134. This fairy-tale ballgown is made of duchess satin and soft Alençon lace appliques. The wide train features a scalloped hemline, and the best part… it has pockets! We can imagine this gown teamed with a simple belt or chunky bangle to finish off the look.
If you’re looking for a sweetheart neckline, look no further than Scarlett, 5817 from our Blu collection. A glamourous fit and flare silhouette with fitted bodice the gown comes with a detachable rose applique accentuated with pearl and chalk white beads. Now this is the gown to be seen in at your stately home wedding!
We hope you enjoyed looking through these gowns. We can definitely see the trend continuing into next season so keep your eyes peeling for out Autumn / Winter collection coming into stores this summer ready for weddings at the end of the year.
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