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How to coordinate the mismatched bridesmaid dress trend?

by Ada Lalia 07 Mar 2024 0 Comments

One of the best wedding trends of all time is none other than mismatched bridesmaid dress. Having your bridal party in mismatched bridesmaid dresses is a great way to let them rock a look that they love. It is not easy to find a single bridesmaid dress style and color that flatter your squad. Therefore, dressing them in mismatched bridesmaid dresses will take care of the frustrating problem in one go. They can choose the dress that flatter their shapes and suit their individual preferences. If your maids are all in different shapes and sizes, getting mismatched bridal party dresses can save you a lot of struggles with dress shopping. You can create a unique look with gowns that everyone will feel and look amazing in by switching up fabrics, silhouettes and colors.

This is a win-win for brides and bridesmaids alike. That being said, while the results can be strikingly gorgeous, it can also be a disaster if you do not possess the skill of mixing and matching. Want to nail the trend with style and ease? Just read on for tips on how to coordinate mismatched bridesmaid dresses for a photo-worthy look.

Option 1 - Same Color, Different Dress Style

Have you been dreaming of dressing your best friends in blush bridesmaid dresses or you just love wedding traditions? No matter what your reasons for opting to have the same dress colors for your girls, you are still giving them the freedom to choose their dress style with this option. 

Mismatched Sequined Bridesmaid Dresses Gold Rose

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Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses Hunter Green

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Option 2 - Different Color, Same Dress Style

If your bridal squad has a wide range of skin tones, you may want  to consider dressing them in different dress colors while keeping it cohesive with the same dress style. For example, you could dress your bridesmaids in the same short sleeve velvet dress and let them choose between two or three colors from the wedding color palette. Another option is to choose a dress color that makes your maid of honor stands out. You could also add a bit of sparkle with a sequin bridesmaid dress that will make her look elegant and chic. Velvet Winter Formal Dresses BurgundyImage - Velvet Winter Formal Dresses Burgundy


Mismatched Winter Bridesmaid Dresses Navy Blue

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Option 3 - Different Dress, Different Color, Different Style

If you are all ready to embrace a mixture of textures, colors and dress styles, this third styling option is for you. With this look, your bridal squad will have free rein to choose their dress style, silhouette, color, fabrics, well, the whole shebang. In order to avoid visual chaos, you may want to include one or two elements that keep everyone unified and your bridesmaids coordinated like the bouquet of flowers.

Royal Blue Satin Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses

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Sage Green Wedding Guest Dress

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Mismatched Burgundy Bridesmaid Dresses

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Option 4 - Same Fabric, Different Colors

Choosing different colors in the same family allow each bridesmaid to choose the shade that best compliments her skin tone, and at the same time, achieve a stunning look. Keeping the fabric consistent for all of the dresses will help to have a seamless look.  

Grey Chiffon Bridesmaid DressesSimple Chiffon Bridesmaid Dresses Dark GreyImage -

Dusty Blue Chiffon Bridesmaid DressesDusty Blue Chiffon Bridesmaid Dresses UKImage -

Light Blue Chiffon Bridesmaid DressesLight Blue Beach Bridesmaid DressesImage -

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