Now you can rest your florals pretty prints are the new trend for bridesmaids and we have your back covered! No more boring bridesmaid dresses, brides are spicing things up by mixing print and plain. The same colour and style can still be executed flawlessly but there are a number of other ways to dress your girls that are just as gorgeous and in some cases, more creative. Recently we have seen brides put their Maids of Honour in print dresses to stand-out and other bridesmaids wearing a complimentary block colour. Alternatively, half the bridesmaids in print and half the bridesmaids in plain, or if really daring, all bridesmaids in mismatched florals, creating a unique and stand-out look.
PUFFS AND FRILLS
Romance is not dead! Modern romance is fashions latest love affair, with all things girlie; puff, ruffles, frills & bows and this ultra feminine look has transitioned to bridesmaids dresses. For the frill-seekers out there, our India dress perfectly encapsulates the latest trend with dainty puff sleeves, frills and buttons and works perfectly alongside our Mathilda dress, longer 3/4 length puff sleeves, a flounce-frill hem and bow tie back (and the best thing about this style – you can wear a bra with it too!)
LONG SLEEVES & HIGH NECKLINE
Wear your heart on your sleeve, as 2020 will see a lot of long-sleeved bridesmaid dresses. Wave bye-bye to strapless, covered is cool. Not just reserved for Autumn/Winter weddings, long sleeved dresses in lighter colours can now be commonly seen at Spring/Summer weddings for that forever fashionable boho bridal party look. Equally high neckline dresses are on the up – creating a chic and regal look.
Maids to Measure will be exhibiting within the Luxury Pavilion at The National Wedding Show, Olympia London.