Style Spring 2022 Bridal Trends to Keep In Mind For Your Upcoming Nuptials
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The Puff Sleeve
For the theatrical bride, go for drama with a puff sleeve. Not to worry, these aren’t exactly your mothers’ puffy wedding gowns of‘80s past. The voluminous puff sleeve gets a modern revamp with these romantic,-inspired gowns.
Coats & Capes
A coat or cape will be an elegant and versatile addition to your wedding wardrobe. A coat is ideal for those colder climates or chic courthouse weddings. While a cape can be the perfect solution for the bride who wants to appear more modest for their walk down the aisle. Then, simply remove for the reception.
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Layers & Layers
These tiered dresses add a fun element of texture to your look. Whether you opt for silk or tulle, the dramatic layers of fabric will move ever so gracefully as you glide across the dance floor.
For the non-traditional bride who scoffs at the thought of a white dress, go for a daring pop of color. You will surely be the center of attention in these breathtaking, colorful hued gowns.
Don’t underestimate the power of a beautifully tied bow. A large, billowing bow will always make a chic statement, displayed perfectly on this The Atelier Couture by Jimmy Choo dress. While more subtle bows, as seen on this Markarian gown, add a sweet, feminine element.
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Go Big or Go Home
These gorgeous, massive gowns are a direct response to spending over a year in quarantine. For the bride who will no longer be told to scale back, these larger than life dresses are perfect for tying the knot in a stunning cathedral or a heavenly wide open field.
A dress that exposes the bride’s neckline and shoulders has a way of creating a certain understated sexiness. This silhouette will make you feel sultry enough to sashay down the aisle with confidence, without exposing so much skin that you can’t look your grandmother in the eyes without blushing.
Short & Shorter
Perhaps you’re planning an outfit change for the reception or you opted for a civil ceremony, a minidress is perfect for either occasion. These darling dresses are not super formal, but still playful and fabulous.
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For the bride who never wanted a princess ballgown and instead, admires the beauty of an effortlessly elegant. These simple, understated gowns’ exquisite silhouettes will always stand the test of time.
Suits & Separates
Modernand separates can make an unexpected, shocking statement, in the absolute best way. These incredibly versatile pieces are perfect for making your rounds with guests at the reception and frolicking on the dance floor with ease. Plus, we love a wedding look that you can actually don post-nuptials!
After obsessing over period pieces like Bridgerton and Emma, brides are gravitating towards ultra-romantic, regency era-inspired gowns. These delightfully dramatic dresses are a modern take on romantic, fairytale wedding frock.
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