Some Wonderful Styles of Bridesmaid Dresses

Posted by on May 7, 2012 in Wedding tips |

We often hear so many weird and horror stories about horrible bridesmaid dresses. From poufy sleeves, excessive butt bows or those that are selected without considering figures of bridesmaids, there are various ways to get a bridesmaid dress all wrong. Make sure you are saving your attendants from the pain of a horrible dress by choosing one of these wonderful bridesmaid dress patterns.


The halter neckline is liked all over the world and it looks very attractive. It suits women who are chubby, women with flat chest, tall and short women. Halters can come in various fabrics, from breezy chiffon to wintery satin. Some necklines will even go along with convertible bra, which is a big relief for bridesmaids who are uncomfortable with strapless bras. Stacked bracelets and dramatic earrings are the best jewelries for a halter neckline dress, since it does not go along with a necklace always.


Every woman looks good in an A-line skirt. This cut hides those parts that a tighter skirt unveils. The A-line also matches slim women who need more shape, also the busty women who need a skirt that can balance their top half. Short and tall, heavy or slim, it actually does not matter, woman of every figure like A-line skirt. Good selections include organza, satin, faille and taffeta.

Gathered Chiffon

While chiffon that is single layer is very revealing, when fabric is gathered tightly on a more abundant lining, it is very attractive. The fabric smoothly creams the body, but when it is gathered, it does not stick to the body. A wrapped chiffon bodice is also a best way to wear an appropriate top that does not reveal each and every bump and lump. Feminine and floaty, a gathered chiffon dress will turn your bridesmaids into goddesses.

 Twist Wraps

Best new styles in bridesmaid dress are twist wrap dresses. Designed for matte jersey, these wonderful convertible dresses are made so that the fabric can be wrapped in various ways. From one main style, you can make dresses with strapless, one shoulder, short sleeves and more. This is a great way when your bridesmaids can’t agree on one neckline. The best thing about this dress is that it can be worn in a new style every time, means that your bridesmaids will have a unique dress to wear many times even after the wedding.