Rather than go with a multi-layered bridesmaid dress, one popular style that’s taking over 2022 is the 90’s silk slip dress.
This simple, yet elegant, look lets bridesmaids add their own flair to it by adding unique accessories, shoes, and shawls.
90’S SLIP DRESS
Instead of selecting one dress for all your bridesmaids, an inclusive trend is to give them many different options.
In 2022, brides are letting their bridesmaids pick between a few different style dresses.
MIX AND MATCH
That way, each person in the bridal party can wear something that looks and feels like them.
MIX AND MATCH
For many years, bridesmaids wore the same dress and the same color.
That’s changing quickly in 2022 as more brides are giving their bridal party the option to pick any color, pattern, or style of dress.
ANY COLOR GOES
A fun way to give your bridesmaid dresses some personality and flair is by selecting dresses with sequins.
This 2022 trend is perfect for weddings in many different venues, from hotel ballrooms to rooftop celebrations in the summer.
One of the trends that’s taking over women’s wear in 2022 is also influencing bridesmaid dresses: feathers.
Some dresses have feathers on the top and others on the bottom. This type of bridesmaid dress is perfect for a formal winter wedding.
If you’re looking to do something very different with your bridesmaid dresses in 2022, go with prints.
Whether it’s polka-dot, florals, or stripes, brides are going bold with pops of colors and designs on the dresses they select for their bridal parties.
A romantic and flattering style that’s trending in this year's bridesmaid dress stores are cowl necks. The flowy look at the top gives these dresses a modern twist and makes the style one that many of your bridesmaids might want to wear again.
A style that’s soaring for more formal and black tie weddings in 2022 is one-shoulder bridesmaid dresses. This look pairs nicely with a more elegant celebration and can be dressed up or down based on the accessories your bridal party picks.
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