Red, White, and Blue Bridesmaid Dresses

Posted by Kim on Jul 03, 2012

Yesterday, we shared some of our favorite red, white, and blue wedding dresses in honor of tomorrow’s holiday. And now, we’d like to share some red, white, and blue bridesmaid dresses just to keep the patriotic theme going!

Dresses by (from left): Liz Fields, Monique Lhuillier, Wtoo
Photos by (from left): Belen Aquino, Dan Lecca (2)

So tell us:

Which bridesmaid dress would you most like your 'maids to wear?

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Black Bridesmaid Dresses: Are You a Fan?

Posted by Kim on Jun 11, 2012

Searching for bridesmaid dresses for your nearest and dearest? Make sure the dresses you choose can be worn again. One of the best ways to do this is by choosing a style in a neutral color, like navy, champagne, and of course, black. One can never have too many black dresses – they look great on almost everyone and can be dressed up or down in a variety of ways (some of these bridesmaid styles can even be worn to work with a blazer and pumps!).

Dresses by (from left): David’s Bridal, Monique Lhuillier
Photos by Dan Lecca

For more black bridesmaid styles, check out our favorites from the most recent bridal market. And then share your opinion on the styles:

Are you a fan of black bridesmaid dresses?

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Wear-Again Bridesmaid Dresses

Posted by Kim on May 25, 2012

Dresses by (clockwise from top left): Monique Lhuillier, Jim Hjelm Occasions, Alfred Angelo, Amsale
Photos by Dan Lecca

Dressing your bridesmaids (and maintaining your friendships) isn’t always the easiest process. We recommend selecting styles that are flattering, looks that your girls can easily wear again. We’ve gone ahead and selected our favorite brand-new bridesmaid dresses that totally fit the bill. We’re particularly fans of the four styles pictured above, which we think any bridesmaid would be thrilled to wear to your wedding and beyond.

We love the floral Monique Lhuillier dress – patterned bridesmaid dresses are just so chic right now. And after the wedding, your ‘maids could absolutely wear this to a baby shower or Mother’s Day brunch.

As for the bright colorblocked Jim Hjelm Occasions dress, couldn’t you just imagine it looking smashing at a beach wedding – or a summer barbecue or date night after the fact?

As soon as the black sequined Alfred Angelo style came down the runway, we immediately thought “New Year’s Eve wedding!” But really, this style would work at any super-glam, bling-tastic affair. Afterwards, your bridesmaids could wear this dress for a night on the town.

And the Amsale gown, with its modern one-shoulder neckline, is the most versatile of the bunch. We could picture it at a garden wedding, in a more formal ballroom setting, even on the beach!

What do you think of these styles? Which new bridesmaid dress do you think your ‘maids would love to wear? Let us know in the comments!