Vintage Style Bridesmaid Dress Ideas
Posted on August 24 2015
The bride is not the only one with dress stress when it comes to her big day. Your bridesmaids can have their own dress stresses too! Ensure your girls look gorgeous on your big day by trying one of these vintage style bridesmaid dress trends:
Gorgeous embellished dresses were seen all over the bridal catwalks this year, and bridesmaid’s dresses are no different. To really nail the trend, why not dress your maids in a hint of sparkle with this beautiful Merlina Grey Sequin Dress:
Merlina Grey Sequin Dress - £125
The midi length on this is so flattering on many different figure shapes, and it would work perfectly as a prom dress too.
We also have the amazing Zeldina Flapper Dress too, which is covered in sequins – just think how amazing this will look under the lights!
A keyhole back is a perfect way to add glamour to any wedding, regardless of the theme. Take for instance, this sophisticated pale blue embellished dress – two key trends in one dress:
Pale Blue Embellished Dress (rear view) - £95
To really show off this trend to its fullest, your bridesmaids would need to wear their hair up, so that that everyone could see the detail, whilst the bridesmaids still remain elegant.
Lace is still a big bridal dress trend, and it has now extended onto bridesmaid dresses too – only the best bet is to keep it less is more, after all the bride does not want to be out shined by her maids! Nevertheless, a little bit of lace is a great way to add intricate detail to a bridesmaid gown, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the delicious Chi Chi London Annie Dress:
This stunning dress features an ivory background with feminine metallic coral mesh lace detailing over a mesh underskirt for a really flirty look. This style is also available in Navy, Purple and Pale Blue which would all work well as prom dresses too.
For a really special dress, why not choose the Chi Chi London “Ida” Rose Gold Dress – which features both lace and metallic detailing:
Gone are the days when all your bridesmaids had to be in the same dress. You could celebrate their individuality by putting them in the same dress but in different colours – like the “Cindy” Dress for example:
For more information on these vintage style bridesmaids dresses, and to see our full range of vintage style dresses, please head over to our website: www.littlewingsfactory.com