One thing is evident across designers’ newest 2020 bridal collections: Sleeves have fully evolved from arm-warming garment extensions into intricate, high-drama accents that demand the spotlight. New designer gowns that made their way down the New York Bridal Week runway recently featured all kinds of amazing sleeves. We’re introducing you to some of our favorite 2020 bridal gowns with sleeves…though these represent just a glimpse at the gorgeousness set to hit Houston bridal salons in the coming months. Keep an eye on our Shows & Events page for the latest in local bridal designer trunk show news, and be among the first to experience these incredible long-sleeve wedding gowns!
Real brides will probably want to add an under-layer to Mira Zwillinger’s “Maike” gown, but won’t sacrifice an ounce of style with those stunning floral-embellished sleeves.
Lace illusion sleeves and a voluminous tulle overlay give Netta BenShabu’s “Symon” wedding gown a super-romantic feel.
With a deep V-neckline, a soft, diaphanous skirt, and elaborate lace sleeves, Hayley Paige’s “Mulan” gown is both demure and dramatic.
We love the vine-like lace “tattoo” effect on Nicole Spose’s long-sleeve mermaid gown.
For all-out glamour with a regal Victorian vibe, the “Lia” gown from Noya By Riki Dalal is a long-sleeve stunner.
Sweet, delicate and tailor-made for a boho winter wedding, the “Maebry” gown from Pronovias is one of the few new styles with opaque, rather than illusion-fabric, long sleeves.
Ultra-long medieval-style sleeves create a veil effect on the gorgeous “Mahon” gown from Pronovias.
Long lace sleeves and collar detailing enhance the sophisticated lace column style of Winnie Couture’s “Maeve” wedding gown.
The lace detailing at shoulders, wrists and skirt hem bring harmony and elegance to the “Eloise” gown from Winnie Couture.