Bridesmaid dresses are likely to follow this colour trend in 2020

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  • Planning a 2020 wedding? You’re probably snowed under with decisions – which wedding poem will be the perfect fit? Where would you like to say ‘I do’? Will you ever agree on a seating plan?

    And then there’s the bridesmaid dresses to think about. You might like the idea of your bride squad wearing the same style, you could opt for everyone to pick their own, and then there’s getting the right shade.

    According to the expert, there’s one colour that will keep popping up at weddings next year and once you see it you’ll completely understand why.

    Louie Tew, co-founder of bridesmaid dress label TH&TH, has spoken about wedding trends and told Who What Wear which colours you can expect to see at 2020 weddings.

    Apparently, bridesmaids will be wearing a deep shade of green known as ‘lagoon’, and it’s stunning.

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    Louie said: ‘This shade is to green what navy is to blue, and after seeing this beautiful shade on the catwalk at Oscar de la Renta, we knew we had to have it in the collection across our signature fabrics; tulle, chiffon and our new crepe luxe.’
    However, if you prefer a softer shade, yellows and pinks could also be popular choices.
    Louis added: ‘Lemon is rising in popularity due to its borderline neutral tone, making it more daring than ivory or cream, while not detracting from these classic hues.
    ‘Pink is the most popular colour of them all when it comes to weddings. But we are seeing a shift towards a mix and match of dusky pinks and lilacs with a hint of smokiness. This creates a softer, warmer tone and will give all your photographs a dreamy, ethereal feel.’
    So if you’re looking for colour inspiration, trust the experts.

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