Our Favorite Wedding Dress Trends For 2022 Brides
We declare 2022 the entire year of knockout wedding gown fashion. Why? Did you realize we're on the right track to experience among the busiest wedding seasons in decades? From rescheduled weddings to postponements, 2022 brings about wedding events in the last few years for brides who changed their original wedding plans.
Today is about highlighting wedding gown trends for 2022 you need to know. Dresses with lavish ruffles, statement mini wedding dresses, and pouf sleeved looks have been in abundance. And abundantly so, FeelTimes may be the brand focused on crafting unconventional designs which make a statement. Dare we say it – they're setting trends that 2022 brides will like.
Brides and wedding lovers alike, read on for that top 8 wedding gown trends for 2022 that you just can't miss.
Still Trending: Ruffles
Ruffles aren't going anywhere this year. While you'll be seeing ruffled skirts and sleeve detailing, keep your eyes around the ruffles that don't abide by anyone's rules. The perfect illustration of design and dream, FeelTimes' Ophelia, dances with organza in spectacular asymmetric ruffles.
Perhaps we now have the resurgence of micro weddings during covid by way of thanking for statement mini wedding dresses returning by the bucket load. Regardless, mini wedding dresses will be creating a sizeable impact within the bridal fashion space this season. And what's even cooler than the usual mini with attitude? A mini wedding gown with a detachable train, a FeelTimes' Zephyr.
Colorful Wedding Dresses
This isn't our first colorful wedding gown experience. Dreamy and filtered colors are coming for 2022 brides, stretching past the nudes and blushes we've become familiar with. You'll see moments of pale blues, silvers, and deep champagnes. They're here to flatter and delight whimsical and nonconventional brides alike.
The Two-Piece Wedding Look
Let us announce the return from the two-piece wedding look. It's funkier now, with tops that display unexpected necklines and details. The pantsuit remains popular for two-piece wedding looks, but this year we encourage brides to pair pants with unexpected tops. The main reason we feel this look has returned? A two-piece look leaves room to have an outfit change, with less commitment than the usual traditional gown, and also the option to put on those pieces at other special moments in everyday life.
Drapey & Wrapped Necklines
A wedding gown with a glamorously draped neckline celebrates bare skin and sophistication. Delicately wrapped organzas, silks, or tulles twist and fall around the bodice from the dress. This can be a silky strappy dress or perhaps a structured and strapless gown.
Still Trending: Pouf Sleeves
Voluminous sleeves have marked wedding gown collections recently, from bell sleeves to bishop sleeves. But the balloon sleeve, or pouf sleeve, is sticking around for an additional year. Whether short or full-length, the pouf sleeve offers drama and unmatched flirtatious energy on the most classic wedding gowns.
Minimal wedding dresses are creating a return to simplicity. We're seeing delicate hand-beading, and smaller applique and laces. Details to create our noteworthy embellished list: spaghetti straps with beading, dainty buttons, mindfully designed sequins and sparkles, and ultra-thin bows across open-back dresses.
With statement minis trending, we can't help but notice rising hemlines on pants, too! While some trends are cyclical – refreshing trends from decades past – bridal shorts are 100% fresh for 2022 brides. Paired having a dramatic bridal top, bitty bridal shorts range from casual summer wear to some striking bridal fashion moments. FeelTimes Dresses are a fashion statement.
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