Our Favorite Wedding Inspiration from London Fashion Week Spring 2020

By Shayna Seid

Fashion Week has moved across the pond to London! And while we wish we were there to view the collections in person, we’ve already seen some great wedding wardrobe inspiration from the latest shows. Check back throughout LFW for the most recent updates to our list of favorites.

Richard Quinn SS20 RTW and Bridal Collections

The British designer, who has counted Queen Elizabeth II as a front row attendee, showed his latest collection in London with a surprise bridal debut. The cutest models walked out in matching marabou-feather hoods and pink, green, and white floral dresses—emulating a flock of adorable flower girls. Then came looks in off-white and cream, full of appliqués, bows, feathers and embellishments that would be ideal wedding weekend dresses. He then more traditionally presented ceremony gowns on models wearing veils and bridal headpieces. A strong show for London, indeed!

Burberry SS20 RTW Collection

While styled with street-style in mind, many pieces from Burberry’s latest collection make excellent choices for after-parties, welcome events, and rehearsal dinners. Ricardo Tisci knows how to elevate a classically English brand and add his European (mostly Italian) influences seamlessly to create looks that appeal to everyone.

Halpern SS20 RTW Collection

Winning our prize for Most Underrated Show of LFW goest to Halpern. So. Many. Good. Looks. Seriously, from welcome parties to after-parties, consider this collection. The wave print that kicked off the show has two styles that we can easily see at any rehearsal dinner or brunch, and the sequin and beaded numbers bring back the fun—no disco ball needed!

Erdem SS20 RTW Collection

A modest collection from Erdem this season saw high necklines and skirts sweeping the floor. The styling of the light fabrics was divine, and we can easily see looks translate effortlessly for rehearsal dinners. Our standout favorite piece is the white jacket with embellished sleeves and a sweep of fabric over the shoulder and down the back, creating a train. What a look!