Bridesmaid Dress Trends

Bridesmaid dresses are all about stylish silhouettes and trendy designs. Let your girls know you’ve got their back with these ultra-chic bridesmaid couture dresses that they would love to flaunt on your special day! #SquadGoals

 

Jewel Tones

 

Photograph Courtesy: Melissa Gayle

 

Sultry, dark hues of ruby red, emerald green or royal blue add a pop of colour differing from the muted, soft pastel shades that have been the norm for a significant period of time. Each bridesmaid gets their share of the limelight as they can pick their colour of choice from the varied variety of bold statement colours and dress it up with modish accessories, all according to their preference.

 

Wrap Dresses

 

Photograph Courtesy: Luis Holden

 

Looking for comfort over style? These wispy wrap dresses are universally flattering and super comfy yet fairly fashionable. Available in assorted lengths, from short to long these dresses can be tailored to your liking. You could dance the night away without feeling conscious and have an amazing time with your besties!

 

Velvet Fever

 

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If you are obsessed with the era of 90s fashion, then you would be ecstatic to know that velvet is making a huge comeback within the bridal attire industry! Velvet creates a dramatic, bohemian vibe- absolutely perfect for the winter wedding season. Mix and match with your bridesmaids and keep cosy by adorning glamorous velvet dresses whilst attending festive nuptials.

 

Nostalgia Rose

 

Photograph Courtesy: Chelsea Diane Photography

 

Nostalgia Rose is the new ‘it’ colour- a richer tone than our favourite blush pink. A blend between pink and hints of purple ,this sophisticated shade is a sure shot upgrade from the feminine pastel pinks and mauves.

 

Jumpsuits

 

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Ditch the dress, opt for a jumpsuit instead! An edgy, fashion forward look for the millennial bridesmaid, the jumpsuit is a cool girl statement option. Experiment with the vibrancy of colours and silhouettes to personalise your outfit.

 

Feature Image Credit: Jacqueline Patton Photography