Tradition, tradition, tradition. When it comes to picking a bridesmaid dress for your girls, it’s pretty much certain that you’re going to pick something that will complement your wedding dress. Let’s be honest, in this day and age, all we REALLY care about are the photos. How you and your bridesmaids coordinate is going to be a big task on its own. So let’s take a look at the different wedding dress styles and what bridesmaid dresses fit them best.
- Ball Gown
Admit it, at one point or another, you dreamed of getting married in a big ball gown that you see in movies. And there’s nothing wrong with that. But one thing you might want to consider is that the style of the dress your bridesmaids are going to be wearing. You don’t want your bridesmaids to wear dresses that are too fitted; dresses with an A-Line silhouette are just what you’re looking for.
- Minimalist + Chic
Minimalism has been in trend for a couple years now and it’s only become more popular by the minute. We have advanced from the era of LBD to LWD and we couldn’t be more thrilled for it. Whether you are planning a simple city hall wedding or a gorgeous destination wedding by the ocean, more likely or not, you are going to need your besties with you by your side. Let them dress in our minimalist styles for that ultra chic wedding photos.
Boho is another trend that shows no sign of slowing down. We’ve seen countless of Pinterest boards with the most stunning Boho brides and we gotta say, we definitely get the hype. The wedding is likely to take place somewhere outdoors with lots of lights and elements of nature. We would recommend wearing dresses that are a little more unique in design, and something with sleeves or ruffles will do.
- Fit & Flare + Mermaid
If you’ve got curves you want to flaunt, you might be opting for a mermaid silhouette. The dramatic curves will definitely give you all the attention you want and a little more. Your bridesmaids, in comparison, will also need dresses that won’t make them look too out of place. Look for styles that are more fitted and show just a little bit of curves. After all, they’re not there to steal your spotlight but to complement your look.
- Texture - Rustic + Sparkle
In recent years, traditional lace has been replaced with more structured and three dimensional patterns. These dresses are often intricate and sparkly, with a touch of elegance. The unique details in these kind of gowns are pretty in person and make even more stunning photographs. For your bridesmaids, you want to find dresses that make them shine as well. And luckily, we’ve got just the right styles for you.