Brides nowadays make so much effort to pick something their girls will wear again (although I wonder how many do, however pretty the dress is) and with the mismatched look here to stay, bridesmaids can also choose something that really flatters them and reflects their personal style.
Lace bridesmaid dresses are pretty, textured, and works with the vintage look so many brides are going for without looking fusty, and believe it or not a lace dress is incredibly flattering (the one I own always draws compliments). Neutral lace works beautifully, but so do colors or little black lace dresses. And who says portrait backs are just for the bride? An extra touch of prettiness always works in photos and there’s no doubt your girl will feel like a million bucks.
Strapless lace bridesmaid dresses
The look of lace can only be made better when transformed into a strapless lace dress. Nothing is quite as feminine or alluring as wearing this particular type of dress. While other strapless dresses are just as fun and flirty, strapless lace dresses possess a certain panache that no other form of women’s dresses do.
Mismatched lace bridesmaid dresses
This is an example of one of a kind. They can be made in many different colors arranged in any way. Different sizes styles and design also come along. The mismatched look should be tried with great caution. It is easy to blow up the whole idea so that it may not work out.
It’s not that there are any real rules to doing mismatched bridesmaids dresses; the key is to have the cheap dresses be in the same fabric. For instance you could have each girl choose a dress in all black satin or all pink chiffon, etc and all the girls wear the same accessories and it just makes the whole look complete
Floor length lace bridesmaid dresses