For their Spring 2020 collection, bridal fashion house Justin Alexander was inspired by the transformative nature of the season. “Spring promises new beginnings and this season’s styles reflect that,” says designer Justin Warshaw. “The collection begins with modern, clean styling and starts anew with a romantic patchwork floral story which then leads to a large floral lace motif, finally building to embroidered florals.” A wide array of silhouettes and necklines will appeal to a range of brides, all with the brand’s signature clean lines that have been given a springtime update.
Fresh takes on floral blooms can be found throughout the collection, like a petal-inspired mini skirt that infuses a youthful spirit into a modern bridal silhouette. Jumbo appliqués add a feminine touch to cool jumpsuits, which can be paired with flowing overskirts or trailing patchwork capes to create a one-of-a-kind look. Subtle stripes on the Senna gown give texture to the layered tulle skirt embellished with beaded lace, while the stunning finale gown brings Southern charm to the runway with a ruffled hem and an all-over floral pattern.