As deep V necklines and ruffle details stole the show at New York Bridal Week, here’s our pick of all the best looks direct from the Frow.

Curated by Danielle Wilkins

The Best Looks From New York Bridal Week

With the spotlight on the city that never sleeps for four days of all things bridal couture, we’re alert with anticipation as new wedding dress trends sashay from the runway to the wedding aisles in 2020.

Here’s a sneak peek at the bridal trends set to take centre stage next year.

Backless Wedding Dresses

Anne Barge

From cute keyholes to draping cowl cuts, the dare to bare look made a lasting impact at New York Bridal. We were won over by Anne Barge’s take on the backless trend.

Floral Wedding Dresses

Claire Pettibone
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The fashion forecast is predicting a Spring-twist to Fall, as plenty of florals and secret-garden inspired details hit the runway in New York.

Jumpsuits at New York Bridal Week

Hayley Paige

A new decade brings with it a new set of rules when it comes to bridal couture. From styles with functionality at the forefront to Hayley Paige’s romantic corseted designs, brides-to-be can re-imagine tradition with a take on the jumpsuit trend.

Blush-Coloured Wedding Dresses

Claire Pettibone

A colour-palette loved by bridal designers and brides-to-be alike, the blush trend shows no signs of wavering.

Deep V Necklines


Bridal designers took the plunge as deep v-neck dresses commanded our attention on the catwalk. This stunning look from Theia even comes with Pockets. We’re sold.

80s Nostalgia at New York Bridal Week


Banish any vision of the meringue-style wedding dress you may have spotted in the family photo albums, 2020 will see a modern take on voluminous sleeves and 80s cuts.

Regency Necklines

Savannah Miller

Sleek and slinky, the stunning simplicity and subtle cuts affirm square or regency necklines as a wedding dress trend with staying power.

Wedding Dresses with Thigh Splits

Ines Di Santo

Half mini-skirt, half full-length dress, this is the perfect hybrid for brides wanting to up the sexy stakes and channel a classic bridal look.

Mixed-Texture Wedding Dresses

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Oscar De La Renta

From fully feathered ballgowns to marabou trimmings and frothy boleros, mixed textured provides a touch of opulence. Oscar De La Renta’s tassel detail on a ruched short wedding dress was a New York Bridal Week crowd pleaser.

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Ruby is Digital Editor of Wedding Ideas and the brand's sister magazines, Baby and Little London. Overseeing Wedding Ideas' online presence, Ruby covers everything from bridal fashion and beauty trends to venues, budgets and whether Brexit will affect your big day. When she's not navigating the world of weddings or scouring the internet for the latest lifestyle and beauty trends, you'll probably find Ruby trawling through the Zara sales, escaping the city for a weekend at the spa or cashing in the discount vouchers at her local Pizza Express. And when that doesn't work, she'll be parked on the sofa midway through a Netlfix crime documentary binge.