Wedding Fashion Trends We’re Loving: Bridal Separates and the Two-Piece Wedding Dress

Bridal Separates

Bridal separates or a two-piece wedding dress — whatever you want to call them, you must admit they are fabulous! There are quite a few distinct styles to emerge from the 2021-2022 wedding dress trends, but one of the most popular — and versatile — is bridal separates, or two-piece wedding dresses, so we’re sharing some of the hottest styles brides are choosing for their big day.

Modern or classic, casual or formal, obvious or hidden — there’s a two-piece wedding dress style for just about every bride. This practical and versatile bridal attire is catching eyes all over the wedding industry.

Here are just a few of the looks we’re seeing and loving —

Boho Bridal Separates

The bridal separates and two-piece wedding dress trend fits perfectly with the boho bride’s effortless style. The textures in the skirt and shirt combos give fashion-forward brides endless options for a mix-and-match wedding style.

Modern Two-Piece Wedding Dresses

Bridal separates aren’t only for the boho brides. What makes this look so versatile is that it also works seamlessly for the bride with a penchant for glamour and drama.

Feminine and Romantic Bridal Separates

Voluminous chiffon or tulle skirts paired with an intricate lace top is the epitome of romance and feminine grace when it comes to this two-piece wedding dress style. We’re seeing lots of color variations from blushes to blues with ivory and cream complements.

We also love how designers are making this convertible dressing option something where brides can completely customize their style to fit a modern top with a romantic skirt like this one.

Mix-and-Match Modern Bridal Separates

No matter what the style preference is, this is the hottest trend to come out of the wedding dress designers for 2021-2022. This allows brides to truly customize their preferences but also allows for versatility in how they wear clothes on the day — as well as after their wedding day.

A stunning skirt or statement chiffon top or beaded ivory sweater that can transition into other special occasions in life adds to the allure of the trend because it is all at once practical and highly customizable.

While this next option isn’t a dress, it does fall within the elegant bridal separates category we’re loving!

The Mini Wedding Dress

We’ve fallen head-over-heels for this trend — especially one dress that has Instagram in a flutter. Check out the mini wedding dress taking Instagram by storm.

The Custom Wedding Dress

You can call it bespoke or custom, but either way it’s amazing! We love seeing the growing number of designers and boutiques offering custom wedding dresses that fit the bride — and her big day — perfectly!


Written by Corrie McGee
Photo Courtesy of  Kellylin Couture