10 Best Combinations for Mismatched B...
Mismatched bridesmaid dresses are the latest trend that gives you an all new unique look. Here are some best mix and match combinations for bridesmaid dresses.
You’re dreaming of a romantic wedding, filled with delicate details, pretty flowers in soft tones and feminine textures – sounds great and your vision is definitely on trend! But even though you’ve got the majority of the details set, one thing still needs your focus: your best friends’ outfits, and, more precisely, how to avoid the ‘unfortunate bridesmaid dress syndrome’. Solution: pastel bridesmaid dresses – they’re elegant, they’re chic and they’re already a classic.
Petals, delicate chiffon, a princess-worthy train and one of the colors of the year: serenity blue! This dress looks like it belongs in a fairytale! Carefully handmade and lined with silky satin, this blue creation is perfect for a very romantic party that features the nuances of the sky in the wedding palette.
Yellow is one of the more original choices when it comes to pastel bridesmaid dresses, but this year, the stores carry a wide range of gorgeous pieces in the softest sunny shades – like this vintage inspired chiffon dress right here, which has an embellished bodice and a design reminiscent of the glamorous 1930s. Wear it with retro curls worthy of an old Hollywood glam diva and the look is complete!
Sparkly sequins and soft pastels in one wedding dress? Yes, please! This gorgeous example of a champagne gown features two of the details girls love most: shine and pretty nuances. The intricate beads and sequins can only make the soft champagne pastel color pop and make the dress have an overall glamorous feel in addition to its delicate hue. And even better – this dress comes in various colors and if you are set on pastels, you can opt for the trendy blue mist shade as well.
Lace dresses are a great choice when it comes to pastel bridesmaid dresses because softer colors compliment delicate fabrics such as lace really well, as opposed to the harsher look of bright tones in lacey textures. This lilac example features a classy bateau neckline, sheer short sleeves and lots of coverage, while being modern at the same time.
For your more voluptuous friends, this dress is a dream – featuring lower half sheerness and soft layered ruffles on top, it’s light as air and in the prettiest nude shade with a hint of dusty pink. A perfect suggestion and a smart choice for a stylish plus-size lady who won’t compromise when it comes to chicness and grace.
This year, serenity blue shares the ‘color of the year’ spotlight with rose quartz, a delicate tone of pink that is so subtle, it totally qualifies as a neutral - a favorite amongst brides and a top choice for pastel bridesmaid dresses. This short rose quartz dress features a sweet eyelash flutter lace trim and a sheer neckline, making it suitable for many occasions, beyond bridesmaid duties.
Minty tones have been a favorite in the past couple of years in terms of bridesmaid dresses – be it the case of bright, saturated mint shades or soft pastels. This classic design with a sweetheart bandeau lining is flattering, elegant and versatile enough to be perfectly suitable for a wide range of wedding themes and styles.
Blush pink is almost always flattering, regardless of skin tone, always chic and a perfect match next to a crisp white bridal dress – in other words, it’s one super popular choice when it comes to pastel bridesmaid dresses. But the color is not the only highlight of this backless garment – it’s the ampleness of the lower half that makes a major visual impact.
This bohemian high neck halter dress in the sweetest apricot shade is definitely reminiscent of Greek goddesses. With an even sweeter bow detail at the waist, it's very feminine and it makes your move look gracefully. The neckline is totally customizable, which means that each bridesmaid can opt for the style that suits her best. Pair it with a floral hairpiece and the look is complete!
Imagine this: your wedding on the beach, a sea / ocean themed celebration, filled with decorative seashells, sandy tones and aqua blues. What color would work in this scheme when it comes to pastel bridesmaid dresses? While light blues may be the obvious choice, it’s also quite expected and redundant. A great alternative: oyster shades! A color like this is not only forever stylish, but also brings an extra dosage of refinement to your event. This strapless creation presents a sweetheart neckline with a flattering draped bodice and a double low slit.