For more than 70 years, thousands of brides have traveled to Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City to find their wedding day looks. From the moment you walk through the doors, you’ll feel the magic of Kleinfeld. Not only does Kleinfeld have 30,000 square feet filled with the largest selection of wedding dresses in the world, it also has the greatest professional staff of over 200 employees who are dedicated to finding and perfecting your bridal look.
“Three details to look out for if you’re a bride getting married in 2022—opulence, grandeur and bling,” says Director of Merchandising, Dorothy. “It’s back to the bride feeling like a queen on her wedding day,” When it comes to predicting bridal trends, our buyers are the experts—get ready to see what’s on the horizon for 2022-2023 aisle style, below.
“Floral appliqués are a great way to add dimension to a wedding dress,” says Dorothy. “You can opt for small, simple appliqués reminiscent of leaves and small florals, or go big with florals covering head to toe—the options are endless! This detail tops the rends time and time again because it allows brides to feel both romantic and whimsical on their wedding day,”
Shop the dress: Pnina Tornai Style: 4812
“Long sleeve bridal dresses really exploded after the royal wedding of Kate and William,” says Dorothy, “brides wanted to look just like Kate in her stunning high neck, long sleeve lace ballgown. Now long sleeves are back again and looking more chic than ever.”
Shop the look: Essense of Australia Style: D3284
“Square necklines are really making a comeback,” says Dorothy. “Inspired by 90s fashion and brought back to life by Bridgerton, brides are really loving this look because it’s very flattering and unique,”
Shop the dress: Anna Campbell Style: RIVER
“Big skirts are back and here to stay,” says Dorothy. “Tiers, ruffles and lots of tulle create a super dramatic look which our brides are really looking for. Plus, for the bride who wants a little bit of both, she can opt for a dramatic overskirt instead, giving her the option to remove or add the skirt after the ceremony for even more drama,” she says.
Shop the dress: Rivini Style ROSS
“Small, intimate pandemic weddings are over,” says Dorothy, “Brides are looking to celebrate, and the maximalist look is trending more than ever! Brides want voluminous skirts, long, impressive trains and dramatic necklines. After all, how often do you get to wear a wedding dress—why not take it over the top?”
Shop the dress: Sareh Nouri Style EUGENIEXS
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