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A new year is upon us, and with it, all the weddings that it will bring! Time is fast approaching for you to get everything planned down to the last details- and when it comes to choosing bridesmaid dresses, this is one of the bigger things! You’ll want to make sure that everyone is immaculately styled in dresses that suit them and your wedding style, so we’re here to help. We’ve put together 10 of our best dresses for you to look at for inspiration, varying in style, color, and shape so that you’re prepared and ready to find the perfect dress.
Our first gown, in burgundy satin, is a prime example of a showstopping, glamorous dress. It features off-shoulder sleeves and a classic mermaid silhouette, with special ruching and detailing at the center of the bodice. With a modern take on a classic, old Hollywood style, this dress is perfect for a glitzy wedding where you want to take the fancy up another notch! Most importantly, burgundy is suitable for any season of the year.
Our next dress, in royal blue satin, is a bright and bold choice. It has criss-Cross draping and a sweetheart neckline, plus long, off-shoulder sleeves (you could think about adding a nice faux fur stole to keep warm!). The long train and side-slit skirt complete the look- and some gold or silver jewelry would, too! Not only is this dress unexpected and different from the usual bridesmaid dresses, but also a fantastic style to stay warm for weddings in the colder months while still staying elegant!
This next satin dress in dusty rose is a soft and simple look. It features an a-line skirt, off-shoulder sleeves, and a criss-cross sweetheart neckline bodice. The skirt is the perfect length for dancing, and there’s no train to simplify movement. The simplicity and versatility of the dress make it a great look for everyone, as it will work on any body type. There’s no more worry on your part with this dress!
Who doesn’t love rose gold? The rose gold is a modern style with a sweet color and will be breathtaking at your wedding. This trendy color is the highlight of our next dress. In soft satin, this gown has a long skirt with a side slit. The top has an overlay of fabric, and is off-the-shoulder, with thin straps. What we love about this look is how it can be styled- more formal or less formal depending on what you fancy!
In lilac satin, our next dress is sure to delight. The color is bright and cheerful, bringing an airiness to your event. It boasts a criss-cross detail at the low neckline, a mermaid-style skirt, and a train that flares out and trails down to the floor. With its super formal style and pastel color, it would be a great fit for an evening spring wedding.
One of our most trendy styles, this sage green satin dress is perfect for a summer or spring wedding. In the slip dress style, which has been making a comeback lately from the 90s, we have an a-line midi skirt and draped top with thin straps. The sage can be paired with simple, modern jewelry, or more ornate, vintage designs. Because of the dress’s versatility, it’s one of our top ten favorites.
Our next dress in stormy satin strays away from the soft pastels and neutrals. This dark, muted dress has a tank top bodice, with a v-neck in the front and draping along the top of the dress. The skirt is flared and has a high slit on the side for movement. It’s a perfect pick for a summer outdoor wedding or early autumn wedding. With its unusual color and modern silhouette, your wedding will look up-to-date and fresh.
This dazzling dress in peach satin is covered in shiny sequins. You’ll feel just like a princess when you walk down the aisle in this dress. It has a slightly draped, straight skirt, a v-neck top, and a sash that ties the whole outfit together. If you want to give your bridesmaids a little- or a lot of- extra sparkle, you can’t go wrong with this peach dress. With its sweet color and eye-catching shimmer it’ll be the highlight of your wedding.
Let’s bring the neutrals back in! Our next dress is a satin terracotta dress, and like the sage, it’s midi length instead of full. It has a v-neck bodice, and a tulip-style draped skirt. Not only is the color very easy to match, but it also looks good on a variety of skin tones. It looks well on its own or paired with a light wrap. This style, delicate, yet still chic, is one of our favorite modern looks and would look well at any wedding year-round.
Here’s our final dress! This gown in daffodil-colored satin is a unique choice. It has full-length long sleeves and a long skirt, with a v-neck and a slit at the side for interest. Justba shade shy of gold, the pale yellow will match all of your floral decors! Your bridesmaids won’t have to worry about what the weather is like on the day of the wedding, as this dress has plenty of coverage for the cold. If you’re looking for something that’s made for colder weather but will look great on everyone and be formal, the daffodil is for you.
That’s all for our top 10 dresses!For all the many details that go into your big day, you’ll want to streamline the process as much as you can. Going into the new year, it’s important to stay on top of the trends to ensure that your wedding will be a success. We hope you gained some fresh inspiration from the gowns we showcased, so that you can now choose your bridesmaids’ dresses with ease.
Which dress inspired you the most? Which dress will you be choosing for your bridesmaids?
Different companies usually run different sizes, so please do check and compare your measurements of bust, waist, hip(widest part of hip including butt) and hollow to floor with shoes on with our Fit&Sizing Guide before deciding your size. Only error is less than 1'' between your real measurements and standard size, then choose standard size otherwise it's better custom size. The measurements on the size chart are body measurements, not finished dress measurements.