How to work it: Top spots

How to work it: Top spots
Spots, circles and spheres are big news in bridal – here's how to work the look. Gown by Pronovias

Spots, circles and spheres are cropping up on gowns, jewels and accessories, adding a fun or decidedly cosmic edge to wedding-day dressing

Runway images: Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week & London Bridal Fashion Week

Spots are in full view right now, in fact we’re going full circle in 2020 with spheres appearing on wedding gowns, jewels and accessories. This can be a fun flourish – there’s something deliciously jaunty about dots – while designers such as Pronovias have used larger spherical motifs to add a cosmic quality to new-season designs. If spots or circles on a wedding gown seem too way out for you, look for circular motifs on accessories and jewels – pearls and diamonds are favourites for brides, and this year you’ll also be on point.

1. Allure – Magical spheres

Allure’s glamorous destination two-piece features metal circles

2. Burrells – Heavenly blue

Burrells gorgeous earrings feature diamonds and sapphires

3. Jesus Peiro – Dots with dash

Jesus Peiro’s dress and cape have a polka dot and sequin motif

4. Jimmy Choo – Pearl bright

Jimmy Choo’s pearl-studded heels are super glamorous

5. Sophie et Voilà – Spots on

Sophie et Voilà combines oversized bows and bold circles

6. Ruifier – Astral spheres

Rufier’s gold circles feature smaller pearl spheres

7. Cristina Tamborero – Sheer sparkle

Cristina Tamborero’s chic dress has a jewel-encrusted sheer layer

8. Kiki McDonough – Fire and ice

Kiki McDonough’s lovely drop earrings feature diamonds and fire opals

9. Marylise – Country chic

Marylise’s lovely wedding gown updates the country look

10. Pronovias – Starry bride

Pronovias’ constellation has all-over beading

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