Who knew that modern + vintage would look this drop-dead stunning? Obviously Madison James does, and the Spring 2020 bridal collection is proof that when it comes to uniquely romantic gowns, a little bit of ‘something old’ mixed with something fabulously new is the perfect recipe for all-around gorgeousness.
Granted, elegant silhouettes, exquisite bodices and statement backs are just some of the things we’d associate with Madison James’ wedding dresses. The new collection gives us even more reason to swoon, adding into the mix original fabric combinations — think form-fitting crepe with diaphanous tulle — and modern interpretations of time-honored looks for gowns that are chic, yet with an instant classic appeal. And when it comes to amazing details, this collection has it in spades! Just take a look…
The Spring 2020 Madison James bridal collection offers a beautiful range of contemporary bridal styles that blurs the lines between modern and vintage. From the sophisticated and glamorous to the clean and minimalist, each style is adorned with exquisite details, and features designs that cater to different tastes and bridal aesthetics. Modern romantic brides can opt for sleeved, sleeveless or strapless gowns in a variety effortlessly elegant silhouettes. For the ‘less is best’ bride, you have the option to go big (MJ614) or sleek (MJ624). If you define your bridal style as traditional, you’ll love the many timeless and royal wedding-inspired looks with a new decade twist (including our latest obsessions, MJ623 and MJ617, below). The best part? All these wedding dresses are all available in sizes 0 to 30.
If you’re not already head over heels in love with this collection, you’ll want to scroll all the way to the end to see the rest of the gowns in this dreamy shoot at the historic Gosford House in Scotland! (Click on an image to see more views of each gown).
Want to see more gorgeous gowns? Take a look at the full Madison James Spring 2020 collection for more stunning inspiration, and follow Allure Bridals on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook for the latest updates.
This post is sponsored by Allure Bridals.