The top trend dress trends for 2020, including styles inspired by Bianca Jagger and Meghan Markle

It is official wedding season!

A bride usually shops for her wedding dress 9-12 months before her big day.

To help the newly engaged ladies who have to walk down the aisle next year, FEMAIL completes the most popular bridal trends that can be seen on the 2020 catwalks.

Classic like Meghan

The Duchess of Sussex wore a very simple boat neck dress from British fashion designer Clare Waight Keller, artistic director of fashion house Givenchy, for her wedding ceremony

She turned into a halter-style Stella McCartney dress for the evening reception, which was just as simple

She turned into a halter-style Stella McCartney dress for the evening reception, which was just as simple

Stick to the basics: there is no doubt that Meghan Markle made minimalism in bridal more popular after marrying Prince Harry last year.

There is no doubt that Meghan Markle made minimalism more popular than ever after she married Prince Harry last year.

The Duchess of Sussex wore a very simple boat neck dress from British fashion designer Clare Waight Keller, artistic director of fashion house Givenchy, for her wedding ceremony.

She turned into a halter-style Stella McCartney dress for the evening reception that was just as simple.

Carolina Herrera and Cushnie are just a few designers who include slender bridal silhouettes in their 2020 collections.

The classic style is one that a bride never looks back on and regrets.

Carolina Herrera contains slender bridal silhouettes in their 2020 collection

Carolina Herrera contains slender bridal silhouettes in their 2020 collection

Cushnie included stylized bridal silhouettes in their 2020 collection

Cushnie included stylized bridal silhouettes in their 2020 collection

Simple elegance: Carolina Herrera and Cushnie included stylized bridal silhouettes in their 2020 collections.

Translucent side à la Kate

Trailblazer: Kate Middleton and Prince William got married eight years ago, but Kate & # 39; s beautiful haute couture, Alexander McQueen, made by Sarah Burton, the creative director of the luxury fashion house, still determines trends

Trailblazer: Kate Middleton and Prince William got married eight years ago, but Kate & # 39; s beautiful haute couture, Alexander McQueen, made by Sarah Burton, the creative director of the luxury fashion house, still determines trends

Trailblazer: Kate Middleton and Prince William got married eight years ago, but Kate & # 39; s beautiful haute couture, Alexander McQueen, made by Sarah Burton, the creative director of the luxury fashion house, still determines trends

Kate Middleton and Prince William were married eight years ago, but Kate & # 39; s beautiful haute couture, Alexander McQueen, made by Sarah Burton, the creative director of the luxury fashion house, continues to set trends.

Pure lace was seen on the wedding lanes of Anne Barge, Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhuillier.

The semi-transparent romantic detail is perfect for the woman who wants to have her Cinderella moment in modern times.

Romantic touch: pure lace was seen at the wedding bars of Anne Barge, Carolina Herrera (photo) and Monique Lhuillier

Romantic touch: pure lace was seen at the wedding bars of Anne Barge, Carolina Herrera (photo) and Monique Lhuillier

Romantic touch: pure lace was seen at the wedding bars of Anne Barge, Carolina Herrera (photo) and Monique Lhuillier

Semi-pure romantic details were seen at Anne Barge

Semi-pure romantic details were seen at Anne Barge

Semi-pure romantic details were seen at Monique Lhuillier

Semi-pure romantic details were seen at Monique Lhuillier

Semi-pure romantic details were seen with Anne Barge and Monique Lhuillier

Non-traditional

With millennials for non-traditional weddings, designers such as Viktor & Rolf, Berta and Jenny Packham have all included unconventional styles in their 2020 range.

From pantsuits to edge trips and capes, everything is now in the bridal party!

This trend is perfect for the fashion forward bile who is not afraid of breaking tradition or being the center of attention.

With millennials for fewer non-traditional weddings, designers such as Viktor & Rolf include unconventional bridal styles in their 2020 collections

With millennials for fewer non-traditional weddings, designers such as Viktor & Rolf include unconventional bridal styles in their 2020 collections

Because millennials preferred fewer non-traditional weddings, designers such as Vera Wang included unconventional bridal styles in their 2020 collections

Because millennials preferred fewer non-traditional weddings, designers such as Vera Wang included unconventional bridal styles in their 2020 collections

With millennials for fewer non-traditional weddings, designers such as Viktor & Rolf (left) and Vera Wang (right) include unconventional bridal styles in their 2020 collections

Because millennials gave less preference to non-traditional weddings, designers such as Berta included unconventional bridal styles in their 2020 collections

Because millennials gave less preference to non-traditional weddings, designers such as Berta included unconventional bridal styles in their 2020 collections

With millennials for fewer non-traditional weddings, designers such as Jenny Packham include unconventional bridal styles in their 2020 collections

With millennials for fewer non-traditional weddings, designers such as Jenny Packham include unconventional bridal styles in their 2020 collections

No rules: from pantsuits to edge trips and capes, everything is now in the bridal party! This trend is perfect for the fashion forward gal who is not afraid to break through tradition

Bohemian step from Bianca

Before her time: when the former actress married music legend Mick Jagger in 1971, she rocked a white Yves Saint Laurent tuxedo (no shirt underneath) and a long silk split silk skirt

Before her time: when the former actress married music legend Mick Jagger in 1971, she rocked a white Yves Saint Laurent tuxedo (no shirt underneath) and a long silk split silk skirt

Before her time: when the former actress married music legend Mick Jagger in 1971, she rocked a white Yves Saint Laurent tuxedo (no shirt underneath) and a long silk split silk skirt

Bianca Jagger was ahead of her time.

When the former actress married music legend Mick Jagger in 1971, she rocked a white Yves Saint Laurent tuxedo (no undershirt, pant!) And a long silky silk skirt.

She accepted the fearless look with an oversized hat.

The & # 39; 70s currently have a moment in the wedding party. Designers such as Theia, Cushnie and Anne Barge had jumpsuits, over-the-knee hems and hippie details in their 2020 catwalk shows. Structured blazers and pantsuits that mimic the appearance of Bianca were also present.

Why don't you bring any Bohemian glamor on your special day?

So Bianca: The & # 39; 70s have a moment in the wedding party

So Bianca: The & # 39; 70s have a moment in the wedding party

So Bianca: The & # 39; 70s have a moment in the wedding party

Designers such as Anne Barge (left) and Cushnie (right) have included bohemian details in their 2020 collections

Designers such as Anne Barge (left) and Cushnie (right) have included bohemian details in their 2020 collections

Designers such as Anne Barge (left) and Cushnie (right) have included bohemian details in their 2020 collections

Designers such as Anne Barge (left) and Cushnie (right) have included bohemian details in their 2020 collections

Retro chic: designers such as Anne Barge (left) and Cushnie (right) have included Bohemian details in their 2020 collections

Bohemian babe: Viktor & Rolf served a number of looks inspired by the 70s for their 2020 collection

Bohemian babe: Viktor & Rolf served a number of looks inspired by the 70s for their 2020 collection

Bohemian babe: Viktor & Rolf served a number of looks inspired by the 70s for their 2020 collection

Thigh-high slits with thanks to Angelina Jolie

Winner: Angelina Jolie attended the Academy Awards in 2012 in a black Versace dress with a thigh-high leg split

Winner: Angelina Jolie attended the Academy Awards in 2012 in a black Versace dress with a thigh-high leg split

Winner: Angelina Jolie attended the Academy Awards in 2012 in a black Versace dress with a thigh-high leg split

Angelina Jolie attended the Academy Awards in 2012 in a black Versace dress with a thigh-high leg split.

Her slender right leg protruded from the opening of the dress. The image became viral and her & # 39; Right Leg Oscar look & # 39; set the trend in motion.

Cushnie, Viktor & Rolf and Galvan all had very high slits in their collections.

The look is sexy, elegant and much easier to move in than a ball gown with a dramatic and voluminous skirt.

Cushnie included high slits in their collection

Cushnie included high slits in their collection

Galvan has included high slits in their collection

Galvan has included high slits in their collection

Legbaring: Cushnie, Theia and Galvan all have high slits in their collections

Big day: Viktor & Rolf give brides their "Angelina Jolie moment"

Big day: Viktor & Rolf give brides their "Angelina Jolie moment"

Big day: Viktor & Rolf give brides their "Angelina Jolie moment"

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