It's 2022 and we are ready to welcome all of the new and exciting bridal trends! What can we expect to see brides loving this year?
According to Sharon Sever, Galia Lahav Couture's head designer, 2022 will be a year of powerful and bold changes when it comes to bridal fashion.
Whether minimalist or maximalist or in-between, the wedding style trends across the board feel exceptionally celebratory. Interesting and inspired details — like romantic ruffles, puff sleeves and Chanel-inspired chic.
01 CORSET BODICES
The corset bodice with exposed boning is hugely on trend for 2022!
This Bridgerton-esque, Regency inspired trend was huge at NYFW and brides simply cannot get enough! Fashion house Galia Lahav is a master of the corset and beautifully combines timeless elegance with a modern edge.
Galia Lahav, G-520 gown
. See it HERE
02 RUFFLES, RUFFLES, RUFFLES
Did somebody say drama? Over-sized ruffles and tiered tulle voluminous skirts are on the rise. Literally! Really beautiful, deep textured detailing, cascading ruffled silhouettes to layers and layers of all-over-tulle. You can't go wrong with this bridal-approved detail.
Vera Wang, Jeaninne gown
. See it HERE
03 SQUARE CUTOUTS
The '90s fashion trend continues to rule, and square necklines are a huge feature on the 2022 bridal runway. And stylists love this trend - not only does it look beautifully elegant, visually it elongates the neck and gracefully frames the décolletage.
Demetruism 1162 gown. See it HERE
04 BLACK ACCENTS
Chanel-inspired chic, black piping and bow detail make it wearable art. Black instantly breaks the all-white traditional bridal mold, and we can't get enough. From Vera Wang, to Galia Lahav, it seems all the major fashion houses are adding hints of black to their 2022 collections. Make it Vogue.
Moira Hughes, Clementine Bow. See it HERE.
05 VOLUMINOUS SLEEVES
Bridal designers have been yet again inspired by this romantic era, so your dreams of channeling the Duchess of Hastings on your wedding day can easily be achieved! Reimagining and adding a modern twist to this treasured trend of the past, designers have opted for gently draped puff sleeves experimenting with transparent fabrics to add the right amount of whimsy.
Demetrios, 1153 gown. See it HERE.