New Bridesmaid Dress Trends for Fall 2015!

A bridesmaid dress has to go with the theme or color the bride choose or it can be a contrast. Wedding planners have done a fantastic job with deciding the themes, colors for the wedding. Now, its your turn to make it work. To buy a perfect dress you need to keep in mind the colors, the theme and your body type.

Your bridesmaids don’t have to look like clones from every other wedding. Dresses with tiered bodices, glamorous fit-and-flare skirts and whimsical gauzy overlays are just a few ways to give your bridal party a fresh take. See some of the latest long chiffon bridesmaid dresses that debuted at bridal fashion week to get ideas for how to make your bridesmaids stand out from every other bridal party.

Loosen Up

A long dress in an effortless short-sleeve bohemian style has a comfort-meets-chic look that’s still elegant. It’s perfect for a wedding with a beach or rustic vibe, and works well with sandals!
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Pleats, Please!

Micro accordion pleats are a subtle way to add texture to lightweight fabrics. And they’re not just for skirts — pleats can also work on the bodice too!
vintage style bridesmaid dresses
Give Them a Backstory

Want your girls to look stunning coming and going? Choose a gown that flaunts an unexpected cutout or a fresh detail from behind. It’s a little sexy (and yes, it does make finding the right bra a bit tricky) but still subtle enough that your bridesmaids won’t feel like they’re baring it all.

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Dress Up Their Waistlines

Not only are belts a figure-flattering detail, they’re also a built-in accessory. Whether you’re looking to give the gown a pop of color or a splash of sparkle, there’s a belted version out there that both you and your bridesmaids will love.

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