If you've just started getting on board the wedding jumpsuit train, get ready to disembark and switch tracks. The bridal tracksuit is here, and it's giving the bridal romper a run down the aisle.
A more casual take on the recently popular one-piece bridal trend, the two-piece sets, reminiscent of our beloved Juicy Couture tracksuits from the early aughts, popped up at last week's Bridal Fashion Week. For his punk-inspired collection, Naeem Khan showed a sequin-embroidered number (above) complete with a front-zipper hoodie.
Never one to shy away from the fashion-forward and avant-garde, Vivienne Westwood's co-designer, Andreas Kronthaler, designed a lace bomber jacket, to go over a semi-sheer skirt, and styled it with a cap, as part of the brand's most recent (and incredibly cool) bridal collection:
Justin Alexander, too, had a take on the trend with a sheer bomber-and-ballgown tulle skirt combo:
Even the Kate Middleton-beloved and ever-elegant Jenny Packham put out a sporty look that involved a crystal-embellished short-sleeve tee and matching pants. It's no tracksuit, but it is a departure for the English designer, otherwise known for her ethereal and unabashedly feminine gowns.
While we have yet to see more incarnations of the sporty set made bridal-appropriate, we're here for it—if only to never again see a royal wedding-inspired gown.