Bridal, Revisited: Wedding Fashion For Your Big Day—and Any Day After That


This season, couples are taking a cue from last year’s micro-wedding with smaller and simpler ceremonies—yes, even with the return of full-capacity venues. With weddings inherently non-traditional in 2021, many brides are also opting for more functional wedding attire, foregoing custom wedding dresses for pieces to be worn again and again. And that’s not to say they’re sacrificing any glamour. There is a plethora of ready-to-buy occasion wear and accessories on the market that feel just as special as a custom wedding dress. Whether you’re a glam bride, a romantic dresser, love tailored minimalism, or are an all-out rule breaker, here are the items to wear to your nuptials and forever after that.

The Glam Maximalist

Turn up the volume with enchanting feather detailing and dazzling crystal embellishments. Nothing says celebration quite like all-out ornamentation.


Rodarte satin-trimmed glittered tulle midi dress

Rosantica white Josephine feather mini bag

Malone Souliers Sonia 70MM


Christopher Kane feather-trim chainmail mini dress




Jessica McCormack signature crescent moon sapphire earrings

Christopher Kane crystal-embellished cashmere-blend sweater




Christopher Kane crystal-embellished brushed wool-twill trousers




The Nouveau Romantic

The 2021 take on romantic bridal dressing is both pretty and practical. Think dreamy organza, corsetry details, and charming bows adorning just about everything, including super walkable kitten heels.

Simone Rocha puff-sleeve shirt dress


Roger Vivier Vivier blossom 100 sandals

Erdem embellished floral silk headband

Selim Mouzannar Beirut 18-karat rose gold, aquamarine and diamond necklace


Etro ruffled floral maxi dress

Valentino Garavani Go Logo 40 leather slingback pumps

Erdem face mask toile de jouy poplin


Erdem Angelique crystal-embellished Chantilly-lace dress

Molly Goddard Griffith hand-smocked tulle dress




Sophie Buhai twisted satin and crepe headband

LoveShackFancy bridal Astor dress

The Tailored Minimalist

The last year has been about sartorially pairing down while looking ahead. Polished, tailored separates and clean-lined, barely-there accessories will become closet staples well after the nuptials are over.


Michael Lo Sordo belted double-breasted silk-satin shirt

Michael Lo Sordo silk-satin straight-leg pants


Stuart Weitzman Lalita open-toe sandals

Blazé Milano Savannah double-breasted linen-blend blazer

Blazé Milano Resolute high-rise wool straight-leg trousers


Galvan Bari metal-collar halter-neck satin camisole

Galvan Valletta flared satin midi skirt

Danielle Frankel Allegra corded lace-trimmed organza and tulle trench coat


Miu Miu women’s metallic slingback ballet flats

Manolo Blahnik Susa leather sandals

The Rule Breaker

Forget adhering to conventions; dressing for your wedding needn’t be stodgy. Opt for wild-card items like feather-trimmed pajamas and skirt separates in cheery floral patterns or darker hues that you’ll re-wear beyond the wedding day.


Brock Collection Talia floral-printed cotton-blend peplum jacket

Jacquemus Ble fringe-embellished linen midi skirt

Reformation palm floral-print linen top and skirt set


The Vampire’s Wife Lady Kristina ruffled floral-print silk-chiffon maxi dress

Markarian Mercutio sage floral brocade corset dress

Tiffany & Co. the Charles Tiffany Setting men’s engagement ring

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