We’ve got a 2020 trend alert: bridal suits and jumpsuits! If you are after a bolder look that says empowered all over, a bridal suit or jumpsuit might be the perfect choice for you. As we’ve seen in the latest 2020 bridal shows, designer houses such as Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera are bringing some pants to the picture, and we really like it!
We know you’ve seen jumpsuits, pants and bridal suits before; the 2020 twist is to incorporate feminine elements such as trains, bows and lace to the equation. If fashion is a must in your life and you are always down for an edgy look, take a deep look into this avant-garde trend.
Cigarette pants and oversized bow
The elegance of this Oscar de la Renta design combines a strapless bodice with tailored cigarette pants and an oversized bow that functions as a train. Definitely a show-stopper! For a fashion bride looking to work the aisle like a runway.
Embroidered floral tulle train with pants
This gorgeous fitted jumpsuit by Rime Arodaky features long embroidered tulle sleeves, cigarette pants and hand-embroidered floral tulle train at the back. You’ll steal everyone’s heart with this beauty. Perfect for a spring wedding.
Keeping up with the lace vibes, this stunning design by Carolina Herrera takes the cloak to a whole new level, with a flowing lace cape that doubles as a train. The design is completed with an off-the-shoulder bodice with long lace sleeves. With this one you can wear pants without sacrificing the theatre of a long train.
Romantic suit with shawl
Cushnie’s powerful suit mixes sophistication with romance, by taking off the sleeves and adding a shawl collar jacket with a corded lace cape and high-waisted, wide leg pants (wide leg pants are so hot right now). This look gives CEO vibes all the way, the go-to style for an empowered woman.
Crystal vine tux
Looking for an edgier avant-garde look? This bridal tux by Gracy Accad called ‘Josephine’ is a tuxedo jacket adorned with crystal vine embellishment, sleek trousers and bow back cummerbund for a modern take on the bridal train.
White satin jumpsuit
If you love the jumpsuit idea but you’re not 100% sure about walking down the aisle wearing one, you can wear one for your reception! Like bride Audrey Gelman who opted for this white satin jumpsuit designed by Katie Ermilio for her wedding reception.
Sheer bell sleeves with wide leg pants
If you are after a more affordable option, this lovely galaxy jumpsuit by Shop Labeye, features a long V neck line with sheer bell sleeves and white wide leg pants. A gorgeous option for a modern/boho summer wedding.
Another affordable option for a bridal suit is this tailored blazer with shawl collar by ASOS. This could be a great option for a civil wedding, combined with stilettos, you’ll look like a total babe! #brideboss