Bridesmaids. They come in all shapes and sizes – as well as fashion tastes – and, realistically, there is no single bridesmaid dress that will suit every bridesmaid’s body – or style preferences. So, we’ve combed through hundreds of bridesmaids’ dresses to create this collection of gorgeous gowns to suit all manner of maids – and, of course, their brides.
Light and feminine, this intricate floor-length bridesmaid dress could pass for a ballgown – and with its floating pleated skirt (and embroidered bodice), it’ll look a million dollars on the dance floor!
A fun and flirty knee-length bridesmaids’ dress, this two-tone Alfred Angelo gown comes in this striking shade of turquoise, as well as a soft salmon pink. It’s also available in a floor-length style for bridesmaids who don’t want to show off their pins.
If you’re throwing a classic wedding, you can’t go past a black and white theme – even for the bridal party. These gowns, in a range of floor-length, ankle-length and knee-length, offer a range of suitably elegant options.
This wrap-style bridesmaid dress can be worn 15 different ways and features custom-made, whimsical chiffon rosettes at its hem. The best bit? Your bridesmaid can wear it again – and again – and again!
Crafted from delicate lace and soft satin, this romantic dress is available in sizes 8 – 16 and, with its fit-and-flare silhouette and sheer, round neckline, it’s particularly suited to a number of figures. It also features sleeves and a detachable belt, for those bridesmaids who don’t like belts or sleeveless gowns.
For an outdoor wedding or one with a boho theme, this one-off design from Australian designer Sylvia Riley will be a hit with bridesmaids – and brides – looking for a less conventional gown design that is nonetheless stunning.
Gold. Sequins. Let us say that again. This dress is made from thousands of GOLD. SEQUINS. Need we say more? Who doesn’t love gold sequins? It’s available in 24 other shades – just in case you don’t like GOLD. SEQUINS!
Pure glamour, these sparkling bridesmaid dresses are classically elegant while being just a little bit modern and funky, too, thanks to a detachable tulle overskirt.
Of course, if you still can’t choose, you could always opt for a multi-way gown such as this gorgeous offering, The Goddess by Nature, from Bridesmaids Dressing Room and A Formal Affair. It is available in 40 different shades and allows individual bridesmaids to choose how they’d like to wear their bridesmaids’ gown according to how it looks on their unique figure. Unlike the wrap gown above, it features no rosettes or embellishments, so it will appeal to a wider range of tastes.
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