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How To Choose Bridesmaid Dresses That Please Your Sisters?

by Ada Lalia 20 Sep 2022

Most brides want their bridesmaids to enjoy the wedding, have the time of their life and also feel relaxed and comfortable. They are the women in your life and will be standing by your side on of the most important days of your life so it is apt that you would want them to shine as brightly as you on the big day.  The bride would want a dress that each of your bridesmaids can agree on, flatter their bodies and be happy wearing it.

All of them come in different shapes and sizes. When it comes to choosing bridesmaid dresses, do consider dresses that accentuate their positive areas so that they will feel beautiful and confident on your wedding day. Do take into consideration of their body shapes before selecting the dress silhouettes.

If you have trouble finding one dress that will work for them, why not opt for mismatched bridesmaid dresses? You can choose a color that you want and give them the freedom to choose their own dresses.  The mismatched bridesmaid dress trend or color-coordinated with different dress styles is extremely popular at weddings. Not only are mismatched bridesmaid dresses super trendy, but they also look amazing in photos.

Green Velvet Bridesmaid Dresses Floor Length

 

When done correctly, mismatched bridesmaids' dresses will help your bridal party stand out. This is a good option because it takes the stress out of you having to pick out the perfect bridesmaid dress. It gives your girls a chance to find a shade, cut and fabric that perfectly suits them so that they can look and feel their best at the wedding. If you decide to go with mismatched dresses, be sure to provide guidelines like color and fabric so that all of them look cohesive. 

Dusty Blue Bridesmaid Dresses Mismatched

 

How To Choose Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses

 There are three options on how to pull off the mismatched bridesmaid dresses.

  1. You can have your maids pick out dresses in the same unifying design such as ruffles or one-shoulder asymmetrical neckline. Another way is to have the same color dress but in different styles for a fun vibe.
  2. The next option is to implement a palette of colors that have similar undertones to create an ombre effect. An example is sage, dove gray and dusty blue are cool tones while blush, rose and taupe are warm tones.
  3. Alternatively, you may consider a convertible dress that can be styled in different ways.
Satin Royal Blue Bridesmaid Dresses

 

Tips On How To Style Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses

  • Ahead are some of the best tips for pulling off the mismatched trend effortlessly.
  • Remember to choose one consistent style or color so that your bridal party looks uniform.
  • Keep the hemlines floor length as the dresses will hit the floor and this will make the gowns look consistent when the girls are standing side by side.
  • Pull the look together with accessories like jewelry, shoes or hair accessories. These extra touches will make it cohesive.
  • Another accessory to add is the bridesmaid bouquets. You can everyone hold the same design bouquet to anchor the look. 
    Burgundy Bridesmaid Dress Convertible

 

 

 

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