• Nea Milano

2022 Bridal Accessories Trends you will love

Updated: Feb 9

We are so excited about the upcoming marriage season. Here are new bridal accessories trends you need to know about, and if you are tying the knot sometime in 2022, it is time to start shopping for your precious details. Happy accessorising!


Bow Details

Designers have been teasing us with bow details for a few seasons already and this year fancy knots have gone seriously wild. Loosely tied on a pony tail, statement oversized head pieces in place of a veil, heavily embroidered or light and sheer hair clips — designers have probably done it in any way possible.

We loved looks from: Lihi Hod, Marchesa Notte, Luce Sposa


Florals

Florals have been and will be an absolute bridal favorite. Whether it’s an intricate ear accessory or a dainty hair cascade, blooms are a perfect way to complete that romantic, ultra-feminine look.

We loved looks from: Yolancris, Marchesa, Kaviar Gauche


Veils

This ethereal accessory will never go out of style and even if you are on team NO VEIL, you will absolutely love some of the statement veils trending this season, such as dreamy capes,

multi-layered cathedral and all-lace veils, or unconventional blushers. Just remember, if you are planning on taking the veil off before the reception make sure you have something pretty underneath to show off.

We loved looks from: Victor&Rolf Mariage, Elie Saab, Halfpenny London, Yolancris


Non-heirloom pearls

Pearls feature prominently this season and not only as dainty drop dangles or layered neck strings but also as rich dress embellishments or hair accents.

We loved looks from: Victor&Rolf Mariage, Vivienne Westwood, Rime Arodaky, Kim Kassas


Street Style

Effortless and cool style struck bridal runways. We love seeing more modern and versatile jewellery styled with sleek slip dresses as well as with full-lace gowns. Go for “I will wear it again” pieces and layer them up for a more dramatic look. Is it the best trend or what?

We loved looks from: Oscar dela Renta, Vivienne Westwood, Savannah Miller


‘20s Vibe

This season you cannot ignore a strong Gatsby vibe in bridal and party fashion. Longuette dresses, geometric embroidered and sequined textiles, fringe details, drop wastelines, gloves, crystal hair embellishments and chandelier-dangle earrings are points of reference for ‘20s-style lovers.

We loved looks from: Vivienne Westwood, Naeem Khan


Jewelled Headands

Another fortunate comeback this year: the thin jewelled headband. A perfect accessory for a bride who’s looking for a little sparkle on her big day. And we love those babes stacked for more dazzle.

We loved looks from: Ines Di Santo, Milla Nova, Georges Hobeika


Ballerina Aesthetic

There is something incredibly romantic about Ballerina aesthetic. Think full-tulle skirts and corsets, impeccable hair buns with luminous embellishments, and neck ribbons or chokers just like those worn by delicate dancers from Degas’s paintings. Well, this season’s designers have it all.

We loved looks from: Blumarine Sposa, Kim Kassas, Eva Lendel


Front-facing Hoops

Statement earrings made it to the bridal wardrobe several seasons ago and are here to stay. Oversized hoops are still hot! And we absolutely adore that the front-facing hoop trend is making an appearance this year. This glam twist on a classic style makes a fashion statement on any occasion.

We loved looks from: Wonà Concept, Willowby Watters, Kaviar Gauche


Regency-inspired

Bridgerton second season is officially confirmed. Designers are fully embracing the regency-era aesthetic bringing us majestic bridal looks with puffy sleeves, corsets, and regal head pieces paired with veil and petite ear accents. Can you picture yourself at the season’s opening now?

We loved looks from: Elie Saab, Sareh Nouri, Pnina Tornai


Standout details

If you find yourself looking for more drama, this trend is for you. Over-the-top lovers, you will absolutely adore statement-padded headbands and fancy crowns, contrast color gloves, oversized blooms and extravagant layering. And may good taste be with you!

We loved looks from: Halfpenny London, Vera Wang x Pronovias, Sassi Holford, Hermione de Paula