These Were The Coolest Wedding​ Looks To Come Out Of Bridal Fashion Week

Fashion Week

Wedding shorts are now a thing, and we're obsessed!

In response to couples moving away from traditional weddings (and, in some instances, marriage altogether), we are entering a new era of nuptial wear. One in which designers are slowly starting to inch away from what's traditionally thought of as "bridal," and are instead creating styles for women who want to look and feel like themselves on their wedding day. And even though beautiful white gowns will never go out of fashion when it comes to weddings, brands are now starting to also cater to the "anti-brides" who value practicality over a look that they will only wear once in their life, style over tradition, and pants over a dress.

While jumpsuits have been dominating the bridal game for a few years now, the last few seasons have seen a rise in even more avant-garde (well, for the bridal world) pieces like bomber jackets, tracksuits, and suits. This season saw the continuation of the fashion-forward movement with wedding shorts of all varieties—like, ultra-short (Reem Acra), bike (Ines Di Santo), and capri (Sahroo)—appearing on the Bridal Fashion Week runways, among other edgy designs.

Ahead, the coolest looks from the Spring 2020 collections.


Photograph courtesy of Cushnie.

Vera Wang

Photograph by John Guerrero.

Lela Rose

Photograph by Taylor Jewell.

Mira Zwillinger

Photograph by Dan Lecca.

Danielle Frankel

Photograph courtesy of Danielle Frankel.

Monica Byrne

Photograph by Dan Lecca.

Ines Di Santo

Photograph by FirstView.

Savannah Miller

Photograph courtesy of Savannah Miller.

Reem Acra

Photograph courtesy of

Temperley London

Photograph courtesy of Temperley London.

Viktor + Rolf

Photograph by Marijke Aerden.


Photograph courtesy of Sahroo.


Photograph courtesy of Theia.


Photograph by Collin Pierson.

Naeem Khan

Photograph courtesy of Naeem Khan.

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