The 5 bridal lehenga trends to look forward to in 2020

We’ve bid adieu to 2019, and along with that all the trends that defined the year. Now, as we step into 2020, its time to acquaint ourselves, and our wardrobe to what lies ahead. So if you’re going to be a resplendent bride this year, you need to know about getting your bridal lehenga on-point.

So, here are the 5 bridal lehenga trends that are going to be all the rage this wedding season!

Bridal Lehenga Trends of 2020
Bridal Lehenga Trends of 2020

#1. Feather light 

From blazing international runways to creating dreamy looks on Indian catwalks, feathers are not to be taken lightly this year! This whimsical, magical embellishment can go from subtle to dramatic based on usage. Also, designers have covered the spectrum with loads of options to choose from. 

The designer to get inspired from: Shane & Falguni Peacock have embraced this bridal lehenga trend whole-heartedly. Their collection is just what you need if you want some feathery goodness in your bridal wardrobe.

Feather Light Bridal Lehenga Trend
Feather Light Bridal Lehenga Trend

#2. Red Alert 

Last year, we saw brides’ veer towards light pastels and soft, dreamy hues when it came to bridalwear. But with the Big Fat Indian Wedding, nothing can keep the reds away for long, and this year they have again fought their way to the forefront. But their new avatar is brighter, bolder and a lot more fun. 

The designer to get inspired from: Tarun Tahiliani, in a recent interview, said that red was a trend he was looking forward to in 2020. And if his stunning bridal lehenga collection is anything to go by, you know there won’t be a dearth of this fiery hue.

Red Alert Bridal Lehenga Trend
Red Alert Bridal Lehenga Trend

#3. The Modern Quest

Taking a detour from the pure traditional route, 2020 will see brides adopt a more contemporary approach to their wedding outfits. From geometric patterns to fabric manipulations, it’s all about giving a structured and sharp look to your ensemble. 

The designer to get inspired from: Pankaj and Nidhi took this trend to an all-new level in their last collection. With sharp geometrics coming together beautifully with exaggerated sleeves, simple silhouettes and contemporary detailing, the designs are stunning.

The Modern Quest
The Modern Quest

#4. Take it from the top

A big trend that carries forward into bridalwear 2020 is that of the standout blouse. From plunging necklines to exaggerated sleeves and dramatic simplicity, brides are looking to stand out with truly differentiated blouses and tops! 

The designer to get inspired from: Shyamal & Bhumika took their choli-game to a whole other level with their last collection. From simple satins to bralets and backless designs, they had it all. Look to the designers’ diverse blouse styles for some serious inspiration. 

Take it from the Top
Take it from the Top

#5. Ballroom Ready?

If you’re getting married this year, be rest assured that your wedding trousseau just cannot be complete without a floor-length, head-turning gown, because 2020 simply won’t allow it. Priyanka Chopra added fuel to this trend with her fairytale sweeping train, and every bride has got to hop on board. 

The designer to get inspired from: Who better than Gaurav Gupta, the master of Indian wedding gowns, to look at for inspiration? From sari gowns and bridal lehenga gowns to just gowns, his is a collection that just completely defines this trend. 

Ballroom Ready
Ballroom Ready
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Tanvi Saraf

Tanvi Saraf is a writer, editor and traveller who's recently moved to the south. Having worked with the country's leading publications, including Marie Claire, India Today, Harper's Bazaar Bride and L'officiel, she now heads marketing for WeddingWishlist.com & CherryTin.com. Her life's philosophy and choices are guided by her motto, "Enjoy it. Because it's happening", and with both our websites, she's all set to bring the joy back to gifting.

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