3 Accessory Trends From the Spring 2022 Bridal Fashion Week

If there’s one word to describe the essence of the Spring 2022 Bridal Fashion Week, it would simply be — accessories! From veils and belts to headpieces and unique sleeves, we saw a plethora of gorgeous trends that future brides will adore. Not only that, but these chic accessories will also help them shine on their wedding day with a unique outfit. Check out these three top trends that will dominate next year’s bridal fashion!

1. A Hint at the Past: Gloves

wedding dress in combination with glovesWedding gloves may feel like a must-have accessory for winter weddings, but designers at the Spring 2022 Bridal Fashion Week agree that they are a beautiful addition to virtually any season. Fashion houses like Justin Alexander and Odylyne the Ceremony suggest sheer gloves for spring and summer weddings. It’s a bold choice that creates a beautiful silhouette with a hint to the past. Plus, if your venue is windy and you want an extra layer of protection against the elements, gloves are certainly a chic solution. What can be better than that?

2. Bridal Fashion Week’s Top Trend: Detached Sleeves

wedding dress with detatched sleevesAlthough not entirely new, this trend is definitely making a comeback next year but, of course, with some fashion tweaks. The Bridal Fashion Week showed designers’ choice to swap the traditional off-the-shoulder-straps for more sophisticated and unique styles. Some feature elegant lace, while others make a nod to the past with those fluffy 60s bows. Either way, there is someone for everyone who loves the silhouette of detached sleeves.

3. An Unexpected Trend: the Wedding Belt

wedding dress with a beltBy now, you’re probably wondering how belts and wedding dresses go together. Well, this season certainly proves they are a match made in bridal heaven. Designers like Weiderhoft and Yolancris both showed their interpretation of modern leather belts on a wedding dress, while other fashion houses like Romona Keveza offered sparkly bands to complete the bridal look.