This year sees wedding-wear trends take a different turn to the traditional options.
Head of style at The Iconic, Nicole Adolphe shares the top wedding trends that she predicts will be popular for 2020.
"Trends within the wedding scene come and go, so the key to trend forecasting is to always keep your eyes peeled on what’s happening on international catwalks, social media and celebrity weddings to uncover looks set to be the next big thing," she tells.
Here are Nicole's top picks that you can expect to see this year:
"We are beginning to see more and more tropical vibes making their way onto the wedding scene. This season, expect to see unique, bold patterns and vibrant colours, perfect for summer and spring weddings. I particularly like this trend as it’s not one that we’ve seen before in the wedding space and there are plenty of ways it can be worn! Get the look with the Pasduchas Pina Colada Midi Dress, Bec + Bridge Far Out Asymmetrical Mini Dress (pictured below) or the Talulah Red Sea Midi Dress."
Non-identical bridesmaid dresses
"It can be a difficult task trying to find one single dress that suits each bridesmaid perfectly, especially when often there are different skin tones, body shapes and personal styles to consider. In 2020, expect to see increased rule breaking with non-uniform bridesmaid dresses. Think off the shoulder for one bridesmaid, strapless or halter for another and even shades of a similar colour palette."
"Linen is becoming an increasingly popular trend across the board at the moment so it seems only natural that it will be making an appearance at weddings, especially for summer when light and breathable fabrics are a must. For the best collection of linen wear, I can’t go past AERE which is THE ICONIC’s new exclusive linen line. My top selects are the AERE Tie Strap Jumpsuit and Midi Tea Dress, both perfect for a simple yet elegant look and are also made using sustainable materials. Another top linen pick of mine is this Ginger & Smart Eminence Dress for a colourful option (picutred below)."
The blazer and pant combo
"If you’re looking for something a bit different and don’t want to wear a dress, the pant-suit is a great option. What’s even better, is that the outfit can be worn again after the event and double as work attire. Get this season’s tailored look with the Atoir Don’t Call Me Baby Blazer and Take The Lead Pants (pictured below) or the Aris Belted Suit Jacket and Trouser."