Bridal necklines reached peak plunge in 2019, ending at the waist, just a few inches shy of the navel-bearing Versace JLo wore in 2000. In 2020, we’re seeing more modestly cut V-necks and modesty panel as a feature.
An emerging trend is the thin split neckline or notched neckline, which offers a peek of cleavage without revealing too much.
Bateau or boat neck styles are having a big moment right now, due in no small part to to Meghan Markle's wedding dress.
Looking for something a little bit different? Try a chic jewel or crew neckline or its cousin the scoop neckline.
Off shoulder drama. The classic, elegant style is updated with on-trend statement sleeves for a fairytale worthy look.
Shoulder season. The halter neckline is back stronger than ever, and so are one-shoulder and asymmetric styles.
Strapless gowns = sweetheart neckline? Not in 2020. Brides who love strapless wedding dresses will find more variety of neckline styles to choose from, including straight-cross, scalloped and semi-sweetheart .
Illusion backs are not going anyway yet, but in 2020, open backs, dramatic cutouts and keyholes are some of the stunning ways to make a statement.