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The 5 Must-Have Bridal Accessories For 2020

  |   By Alison McGill

Playing with bridal accessories is actually one of the best parts of pulling together your overall look. From girly headpieces to show-stopping veils and statement earrings, there are a few key accessory trends headlining our essentials list. Here are the five best bridal accessories we spotted on recent bridal fashion runways.

Hat Bands Kate Middleton has made this regal accessory her go-to as of late, and we love the trend because it’s easy to wear and incredibly feminine. This pearl-encrusted hat band we spotted on the Lela Rose Fall 2020 runway (seen above)  is quite simply perfection.

The 5 Must-Have Bridal Accessories For 2020 Ines di Santo Fall 2020

Fanciful Footwear If ever there is a time to take your shoes OTT, your wedding day is it. We love the idea of wearing a coloured shoe or one adorned with whimsical details such as feathers, tulle, ruffles and tassels. Canadian designer Ines Di Santo recently introduced her first line of bridal footwear—the Ines Di Santo X Bruno Magli collection—and it truly is the stuff of bridal dreams.

The 5 Must-Have Bridal Accessories For 2020 Berta Fall 2020

Mantilla Veil This Spanish-style veil creates instant drama and is the perfect choice if you want a look that is very extra. We loved this mantilla veil seen on the Berta Fall 2020 runway, anchored by a jewelled headpiece and paired with a lavish long-sleeve lace gown.

The 5 Must-Have Bridal Accessories For 2020 David's Bridal Spring 2020

Chandelier Earrings If you want a statement earring, dazzling dusters are a classic and add instant glam. For 2020, designs are delicate and not overly chunky. These are the perfect investment piece because you can wear them well after your wedding for both casual and cocktail events.

The 5 Must-Have Bridal Accessories For 2020 Morilee by Madeline Gardner 2020

Freestyle Sleeves If you love the look of long sleeves but want to switch up the look for evening this is a perfect style solution. Delicate lace sleeves that run from wrist to triceps look chic and have a definite ‘80s feel that we love. Remove for reception and you have an easy bridal style transformation!

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