We’ve scoured the 2022 wedding dress catwalks – and these are the cute wedding dress details that will really make your look stand out.
What’s on trend for the 2022 wedding dress? We’ve checked out the latest collections as they appeared on the wedding catwalks – and there are some amazing looks out there!
Your wedding dress is going to be a once in a lifetime showstopper and that’s why you want to get every detail absolutely perfect – so that’s why we’ve picked out some of the finer details that will really set your look off.
If fringing brings to mind a backyard US wedding complete with barbecue, think again. Some of the most eyecatching looks on the latest catwalk involved fringing, the latest iteration of the laid-back boho look, and nothing could be fresher! We adore this Coco dress from Awaken by Kate Fearnley and the Rowen boho wedding dress by All Who Wander, right.
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Some of the newest trends will see you wearing the inside on the outside to dramatic effect, including the boning and corsetry elements. We love this Hortense gown with corset bodice from Vera Wang Bride, left; and this glitter wedding dress with sheer corset bodice from Essense of Australia (style D3345), right.
Yes, beading is a mainstay of the bridal look but this time it’s not just the odd touch here and there – it’s the basis of the whole look. These two gorgeous gowns show how showstopping a wealth of beading can be – the crystal wedding dress (style 2380) by Morilee; and the Carson beaded long sleeve ball gown with Mikado skirt and pockets from Justin Alexander, bottom.
It’s amazing what a bit of folding can bring to the texture of a gown, such as this asymmetrically draped net wedding dress from Morilee (style 5108) and this asymmetrical wedding gown with beaded tulle (D3195) from Essense of Australia.
Rows of Buttons
There’s nothing as effective as a line of tiny, perfect buttons coiling up the back of a low-backed wedding dress, ideal for sweeping up the aisle. Get the look with this super slinky Alanis dress from Love by Enzoani, top row; and the gorgeously arresting rear view of this Anoushka dress from Gaia Bridal, bottom.
Illusion has been everywhere this year and that trend is only set to continue, with imaginative new ways to capitalise on the look – we love these beautiful and barely there styles. Atarah (style DP456 from Demetrios, left; and this sheath gown with delicate lace sleeves suspended from an invisible layer of illusion net (Style 9654) from Allure Bridals, right.
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