Sexy or colorful, the wedding dress is reinvented
Despite the upsurge in Covid-19 cases around the world, weddings are set to start again in 2022 with new trends in bridal fashion. In search of extravagance and change, women are turning away from traditional dresses to embrace a more daring and sexy style, sometimes drawing inspiration from blockbuster TV series.
Do mermaid or princess cut wedding dresses still make you dream? No doubt women have not given up on it, but in these uncertain times punctuated by a pandemic that has lasted for almost two years, they also aspire to change and a more daring wedding dressing. Evidenced by their craze for sexy dresses with suggestive cuts, even colorful models, far from the traditional creations that we are used to seeing strolling to the future husband.
As the season of wedding fairs opens, the specialized platform Mariages.net lifts the veil on the major trends that will prevail at the next ceremonies. And it is clear that traditional wedding dresses are no longer popular. The cut out, which is making a strong comeback in ready-to-wear, will also invite to the town hall this year with dresses cut out on the sides, just like the dresses and skirts slit or with pockets, showing an interest growing for sexy cuts and models.
But the wedding dresses also seem to be more extravagant with a host of details that will bring fantasy, from feathers to ruffles through the play of transparency. One thing does not change, however: the passion of future brides for the bare back, a must that still has a bright future ahead.
The & lsquo; influence of television series
Throughout 2021, fashion has been influenced by blockbuster TV series, starting with those broadcast by streaming giant Netflix. Bridal trends are not to be outdone, and also seem to draw their inspiration from certain dramas, including The Chronicle of the Bridgertons which brings the pre-Victorian style up to date. As a result, long sleeves will be part of this year, as will high collars, swan collars, lace, corsets, or even voluminous skirts, tells us Mariages.net.
Palette side, white and off-white remain the great classics most appreciated by future brides. But in its latest review, Etsy observed a growing interest in patterns and bright colors, again synonymous with a desire for extravagance and daring. The platform reported a 223% increase in searches for colorful creations for D-Day, whether it was invitations, table decorations, or the dressing room of the bride and groom. What to see life (two) in pink.