14 Non-Traditional Wedding Looks For Modern Brides

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After decades of princess-like ball gowns dominating the bridal market, last year saw a rise in non-traditional wedding silhouettes. Suits and rompers bucked wedding tradition as the pandemic put on hold all large celebrations and gave rise to micro-weddings.

If we are to believe the latest New York Bridal Fashion Week trends, avant-garde wedding looks will continue to mark weddings moving forward. Emerging designers like Nadia Manjarrez and Katharine Polk, as well as established names like Viktok&Rolf and Elie Saab, are all rewriting bridal looks with collections that include crop tops, black dresses, dress-pant mashups, and jumpsuits with attached capes, alongside more conventional aisle styles.

Ahead, our favorite non-traditional bridal looks from the fall 2022 bridal runways.

<em>Houghton by Katharine Polk</em>
Houghton by Katharine Polk
<em>Allison Webb</em>
Allison Webb
<em>Dany Tabet</em>
Dany Tabet
<em>Nadia Manjarrez</em>
Nadia Manjarrez
<em>Sassi Holford</em>
Sassi Holford
<em>Elie Saab</em>
Elie Saab
<em>Katherine Tash</em>
Katherine Tash
<em>Monique Lhuillier</em>
Monique Lhuillier
<em>Peter Langner</em>
Peter Langner
<em>Sophie Et Voilà</em>
Sophie Et Voilà
<em>Wtoo Collection</em>
Wtoo Collection
<em>Kim Kassas</em>
Kim Kassas

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