After months of social isolation, we are very glad to present you trends from Milano Bridal Week. Now, fashion is bringing back a wave of glamour as a true antithesis of what we have experienced in recent months. One accessory, in particular, is attracting attention by bringing a sensual touch and standing out in any look: belts.
Appearing on the catwalks of brands like Elisabetta Polignano and Bellantuono Sposa, the trend becomes the perfect bet to complement any bridal dress. Whether with a black dress or the classic white dress, belts are easy to match and can transform looks into a level of complete fashionism.
The puff sleeve trend first cracked the fashion veneer in 2018, when ’80s references raved the runway. We gladly bought into it, fully aware that it would likely be replaced by another detail of note the following year, no matter how pretty it is. Fast-forward to 2021, however, and the supersize sleeve is still just as popular as ever.
For the bride who loves clean lines, sleek shapes, and architectural elements—sans fuss or frills—this look is all about the cut, styling, and when it comes to fit, impeccable tailoring.
Convertible Dress—In Layers
From sculptural capes to knitwear add-ons, lace-appliquéd trenches, and toppers, these bridal accents are responsible for the return of the convertible dress—in ways we’ve not seen before.
Legs are set to dominate this season! To be more precise, it’s high-slit skirts that are trending for 2022. From the glamour of Maison Signore to the the elegance of Yolancris, there’s plenty of flesh on show, but it’s all in a good cause – fashion.
Vera Wang has long been dubbed the doyenne of the bridal industry. After 30 years in the business, Wang to have no plans of slowing