Bridal trends 2020: Blazers, puffy sleeves, florals and more

PHOTO: (L & R) A model walks the runway during the Kaviar Gauche"10 Years Bridal Couture" Paris Fashion Week SS20 show on Sept. 27, 2019 in Paris.| (C) A model walks the runway wearing Reem Acra Bridal on April 11, 2019, in New York.PlayKristy Sparow/Getty Images for Kaviar Gauche | Thomas Concordia/Getty Images | Kristy Sparow/Getty Images for Kaviar Gauche
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Both spring and fall 2020 bridal fashion weeks gave a glimpse into some of next year's most unique trends.

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During Reem Acra's bridal runway show, one model caught the attention of many by wearing a cream-toned blazer, shorts and a veil. It's a great go-to look for a bride who wants to stand out from the rest.

Sporting a blazer can also be a fun take on a bachelorette or wedding shower look prior to the big day.

PHOTO:A model walks the runway wearing Reem Acra Bridal on April 11, 2019, in New York. Thomas Concordia/Getty Images
PHOTO:A model walks the runway wearing Reem Acra Bridal on April 11, 2019, in New York.

Bridal blazers were also a big hit at shows such as Kaviar Gauche's during Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020.

While traditional looks such as ball gowns and A-line will always be around, designers are giving brides-to-be new ways of turning heads with unforgettable ensembles.

Scroll ahead to see a few more standout bridal trends that are sure to be big in 2020.

Puffy sleeves

Labels such as Vera Wang, Viktor & Rolf, Honor NYC and more have showcased elaborate puffy sleeves up and down their runways. It's a slight nod to extravagant '70s and '80s style that's reimagined with a modern twist. You can go big or small or even detachable.

Fancy pants

Out with the old mindset of thinking you have to wear a dress, and in with the new fancy pants that continue to grow in popularity. Oscar De La Renta, Cushnie, Carolina Herrera and many more pushed the envelope with statement-making pantsuits and trousers paired with elaborate veils and stunning accessories.

Fabulous Florals

Spring presentations from designers such as Monique Lhuillier were lit up with big beautiful bloom prints elegantly placed all over gorgeous gowns. Create the floral fantasy wedding look of your dreams with this very spring-ready idea.