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How To Pull Off The Mismatched Bridesmaid Look?

by Ada Lalia 11 Oct 2023 0 Comments

The mismatched bridesmaid dress trend is one of the best wedding trends todate. We all know it is not easy to find a bridesmaid dress style and color that flatters everyone on your wedding party lineup. Dressing your bridal squad in mismatched bridesmaid dresses will take care of this problem by allowing them to choose bridesmaid dresses that flatter their shapes, suit their individual preferences and keep them happy. Who doesn't want a win-win situation?

Gone are the days that everyone has to wear the same dress. Today, mixing with mismatched bridesmaid dresses create a unique lineup that features gorgeous dresses with different styles, fabrics, colors and hemlines. If you want to ace this trend with ease, do read on to find out how to coordinate mismatched bridesmaid dresses for a photo-worthy and memorable look. The first step is to decide which mismatched route you want to go.

Same Color, Different Dress Style

This is the perfect option for those who want to follow the traditional way of having your squad wearing the same color but at the same time, acknowledges the diversity among the wedding lineup. By having the same shade and yet allowing for different styles and design, it is something that your bridesmaids can appreciate. As not every dress is flattering for everyone, this will allow your friends to pick their favorite style. If your bridal squad come with a diverse range of body types, you cannot go wrong with this trend. Convertible bridesmaid dresses are a simple and fast way to achieve this look.

Mismatched Satin Bridesmaid Dresses

Mismatched Burgundy Formal Bridesmaid Dresses

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Mismatched Sequin Bridesmaid Dresses

Sexy Mismatched Gold Bridesmaid Dresses

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Convertible Bridesmaid Dresses


Convertible Sky Blue Bridesmaid Dress

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Same Dress Style, Different Color

If you have come across a dress that you absolutely adore and really want the same silhouette for all , well you can still embrace the mismatched trend within your bridal party by choosing a different color. This is a great idea if you have bridesmaids with a wide range of skin tones. You can outfit your tribe in an asymmetrical one shoulder dress and let them choose between two or three colors from your wedding palette. Another great idea is to have your maid of honor stand out with one dress color or a sequin bridesmaid dress while the rest of your bridesmaids in the same dress color. You can also opt for two of your bridesmaids in floral dresses while the rest of your squad wears dresses in colors that complement the floral dresses.


Pink Satin Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses

Multiway Blush Pink Wedding Guest Dresses

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Sage Green Satin Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses


Mismatched Cheap Sage Bridesmaid Dresses

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Different Color, Different Dress

If you are planning to get different bridesmaid dresses, you may want to go all out by incorporating both different designs and colors into your wedding party ensemble. You can stick to shades in the same family and play with different tones and hues. If you are not afraid to embrace a mixture of textures, colors and dress styles, this option  is for you. With this look, your bridesmaids have a free hand to choose their dress color, style, silhouette and fabrics. To avoid any visual chaos, you would want to have one or two elements that will make this look cohesive and coordinated. You can get your bridesmaids to keep the same hairstyle to tie the look together. Another good idea is to choose a fail-safe color tone like earth tones or jewel tones for everyone.

Navy Blue Velvet Bridesmaid Dresses


Mismatched Navy Blue Winter Bridesmaid Dresses

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Red High Low Velvet Bridesmaid Dresses


Winter Velvet V-Neck Bridesmaid Dresses

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Below are some of the things to take into consideration.


Very often brides would choose different length bridesmaid dresses for mismatched look. Make sure that there is a good mix of lengths to go around because if everyone opts for long except one or vice-versa, the bridal party will look awkward.

Avoid Too Many Features

When it comes to different bridesmaid dress features, less is more. Choose different necklines and colors but same fabric. Or choose different dress fabric and necklines but in the same color. If you change too much, you run the risk of having an awkward bridal party.

Pull The Look Together With Flowers

When it comes to both different styles and colors in your bridesmaids' dresses, the perfect way to tie it all together is using simple matching flower bouquets.

When it comes to having mismatched bridesmaid dresses, anything goes. The only important rule is that you must have something that ties everyone's look together. Once you have that figured out, you are on your way to ace this mismatched bridesmaid dress trend.


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