The Bridesmaid Trends Your Girls Want to Wear

Jenny Yoo is in the business of making brides and bridesmaids incredible, so if you are looking for the best bridesmaid trends 2020, we have looked no further than Jenny Yoo’s Spring Bridesmaids collection! From luxurious fabrics with spectacular décolletés to the colors and textures that you can let girls mix and match, bridesmaids all over the world are delighted with these chic and cool 2020 trends.

With a little help from our friends of Jenny Yoo, we present the trends of bridesmaids 2020:


Satin is everywhere, from the tracks to your favorite retailers this year and now Jenny Yoo is bringing it to your wedding! Simple, sophisticated and always elegant, we are passion with all the satin dress styles from Jenny’s spring collection, including Brenna, Alessia, Dina and Lena.


The bonnet décolletés are making a big comeback of the after 90s and early 00s and that’s what we’re here for! Jenny Yoo’s bridesmaid dresses Dahlia, Sullivan and Tessa present a sensual and modern neckline from a variety of luxurious fabrics.


Mismatched bridesmaid dresses are no longer limited to color palettes, thanks to the ultimate matching abilities of the mixed textures presented in Jenny Yoo’s spring collection! We are talking about velvet, satin, chiffon, tulle and a brand new matte georgette, all of which perfectly fit into the silhouettes that your girls will be happy to wear.


The floral print is one of our favorite trends for bridesmaids 2020 and is no better than the hand-painted design created by the design team of Jenny Yoo in New York. The spring collection presents the painted petal print, a delicate floral decor perfect for your 2020 wedding. Find out how the print perfectly complements some of Jenny’s most beautiful styles, including the Faye, Dani, Jada and Ensley dresses.


Romantic ruffles are the place where teasing meets wise. The delicate frilly edge of the Jada and Ensley dresses offers young and ethereal elements in the look of your bridesmaids. Combine dresses with ruffles and not frills, or add depth and texture to your group with Jenny Yoo’s exclusive painted petal print found on Jada and Ensley frilly dresses.

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