The invitation to Simone Rocha Fall 2020 braced you for the ultra-feminine collection that was to come—a cotton lace handkerchief, embroidered with the show’s details. And romantic, ladylike, and dreamy it was. Like Tom Ford, Richard Quinn, and many more at New York Fashion Week and Haute Couture, it appears that Simone Rocha thinks it’s a nice day for a white wedding. The designer opened up her Fall 2020 collection with a range of white options for both day and evening. Then, Rocha cascaded into nudes and florals, in her signature layered, deconstructed style. A strong section of suiting with sash-like accents on the arms and waists stood out—as did the finale, a Miss Havisham-esque bride in an opaque lace veil and a mini lace shift. Come Fall, Rocha wants you to dress for the wedding you’ve never had, or the vow renewal you’ll soon be planning to don one of her many occasion-appropriate looks.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.