Another successful Bridal Fashion week is in the books! This season, designers returned to the runways — both in person and virtually — to showcase their Fall 2022 collections. Many designers featured details we know and love, like 3D texture and bridal bows, while we saw a resurgence of glam gowns, and ogled some new eye-catching styles. We combed through all of the bridal newness to bring you the hottest trends for 2022!
From toppers like jackets and capes to smart bridal suiting, we’ve loved this season’s chic alternative to traditional bridal style. Wedding separates can offer a second look and may actually be worn again.
Gown by Blush by Francesca Avila
Gown and cape by Sophie et Voila
Gown and overskirt by BHLDN x Sachin & Babi
Top and pants by Lela Rose
Gown by Willowby
Gown by Theia
This season, gowns floated down the runway bedecked in bows. From delicate waist bows to statement-making adornments, this sweet detail ups the romance factor on any wedding dress.
Gown by Galia Lahav x Tali Photography
Gown by Marcela Giocanti
Gown by LaPremiere x Maria Pia
Gown by Markarian
Gown by Sébastien Luke
Jumpsuit by Viktor&Rolf Mariage
Chalk it up to the Bridgerton effect. Regency-inspired corsets with exposed boning made their way onto the bridal runways this season. The following designers prove you can take an old-world style and make it feel fresh, modern, and perfect for a walk down the aisle.
Gown by Edem
Gown by Eisen Stein
Gown by Val Stefani
Gown by WONÁ Concept
We saw more bling on this seasons’ runways than in many years, and we’re not mad about it. This is your wedding day — why not go full on glam?! From head-to-toe sequins to a smattering of sparkle, these glittering wedding dresses will make you shine on your big day.
Gown by Rivini
Gown and cape by Charlie Brear
Gown by Chic Nostalgia
Gown by Lazaro
Short and Sweet
Bridal minis are back! This season, we saw an uptick of little white dresses perfect for everything from your rehearsal dinner to your wedding day. From courthouse chic to party ready, we found a mini to match every bridal style.
Dress by Karen Sabag
Dress by Sophie et Voila
Dress by Vivienne Westwood
Designers turned up the texture this season, using a combination of fabrics to create eye-catching three-dimensional details. From tulle ruffles to lace appliqués, these textured wedding dresses took our breath away. If you’re a bride who loves embellishment but isn’t into bling, these gowns are for you.
Gown by Dana Harel
Gown by Marchesa Notte
Gown by Jesus Peiro