13 Spring 2022 Bridal Trends That Will Be All Over Pinterest

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The search for your wedding day look requires research and patience. Get a jump start on your journey by browsing the top Spring/Summer 2022 bridal trends ahead. You’ll want to bookmark everything.

Andrew Kwon: Jumpsuits

Budding Korean-American designer Andrew Kwon understands that the proverbial white wedding dress doesn’t actually have to be a dress anymore. For an unexpected look on your big day, go for an elevated, tulle-trimmed jumpsuit instead.Courtesy of Andrew Kwon

Anne Barge: Hats

A hat is one unexpected accessory that makes a veil look instantly more interesting. For those seeking a headpiece, skip the flower crown for a trendy topper.Courtesy of Anne Barge

PatBO: A Beachside Affair

This bridal collection (a debut for PatBO) will speak to those planning a seaside wedding. The beach-appropriate range consists of dresses and swimwear fit for a variety of wedding-adjacent moments, too, like a bachelorette party or honeymoon.Courtesy of PatBO

Viktor&Rolf: Embellished Necklines

If you love black and white films, you’ll gravitate towards the label’s new bridal collection, which combines a noir mood with Hollywood styling. Be on the lookout for intricate necklines and short hemlines for brides who don’t want a long train.Courtesy of Viktor&Rolf

Savannah Miller: Plunging Backs

For those who want more coverage in the front, the back of your dress is one area where you can take a little more styling risk. Opt for a plunging design, which will make for a dramatic moment as you walk down the aisle.Courtesy of Savannah Miller

SCORCESA: Bridal Separates

Should you want a non-dress option for that courthouse wedding or intimate ceremony, a perfectly tailored blazer and skirt set says “i’m ready, let’s do this.” Courtesy of SCORCESA

The Atelier Couture: Bows

Lace, crystals, and other shimmery embellishments are to be expected on wedding gowns. If you’re seeking a different design, try an oversize bow detail for that unique touch.Courtesy of The Atelier Couture

Naeem Khan: Gloves

Gloves can be an easy way to dress up your bridal gown or cocktail dress for the reception. Choose a shimmery pair like this one from Naeem Khan or opt for an ivory hue that’s more aligned with your dress color.Courtesy of Kellie Walsh/Naeem Khan

Lihi Hod Bridal: Pockets

Pockets — perfect for stashing some tissues in just in case your emotions get the best of you during the vows. This minor detail is not only practical, but also subtle enough that you can forget about it come reception time.Courtesy of Lihi Hod Bridal

Markarian: Short & Sweet

If you’re not the Cinderella ballgown type, go for an off-the-shoulder mini dress like this one from New York-based label Markarian. The style suits casual ceremonies, vow renewals, receptions, bridal showers, and more.Courtesy of Oriana Layendecker/Markarian

Galvan London: Coordinating Outerwear

A matching jacket, like this fringe one, to go with your wedding dress is pure genius. Should you feel cold at the venue, just throw on the coordinating coverup. It also adds that extra layer of intrigue to your bridal outfit.Courtesy of Galvan London

Ines Di Santo: Sheer Sleeves

You want coverage, but not complete coverage. This is where sheer sleeves come in, which give you that modest feel. Pay attention to embroidered floral or leaf details on the sleeves for those ethereal vibes.Courtesy of Ines Di Santo

Marchesa for Pronovias: Romantic Vibes

Marchesa’s ultra-feminine aesthetic combines with Pronovias’ Mediterranean sensuality in this dreamy off-the-shoulder wedding gown. Sheer lace and exquisite floral detailing are timeless designs.Courtesy of Marchesa

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