Top 6 Most Flattering Bridesmaid Dress Colors in Fall 2014~2015

Based on the recent Pantone selection and some rather extensive research on hot trends for this autumn we are excited to introduce some of the most popular and stylish colors around! Be prepared to delve into rich exotic palettes, we have a gorgeous collection that will not disappoint. There’s something to get even the fussiest of brides excited! So without further ado lets take a look at the countdown.

Top 6 Fall Bridesmaid Dresses Colors

Raspberry has already been a key color in 2014, but it’s only just now that you’ll really see this color come to life. It’s a great statement color for autumn and works particularly well with camel and mustards, even a light sage will not let you down. It’s an easy color to use in a strong theme, think hot mulled wine introductory drinks or those gorgeous bridesmaid gowns. Need I say anymore?

Raspberry Full Length Bridesmaid Dresses

Rustic Raspberry Long Bridesmaid Dresses 2014

Tulle & Chantilly Raspberry Bridesmaid Dresses Inspiration
TBQP137 & TBQP216 & TBQP135 & TBQP217

photo credits: Domino ArtsSMS Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs

Fall wouldn’t quite be the same without some rich earthy tones thrown in for good measure, this year light sage hues are extremely popular and we can certainly see why! It’s another fab color to make gorgeous color combinations with and it’s a lovely color to create hues with. Make the most of seasonal foliage and will be great for those late summer, early autumn weddings.

Light Sage Long Bridesmaid Dresses with Black Belt

Light Sage Short Fall Bridesmaid Gowns

Light Sage Bridesmaid Dresses Ideas
TBQP156 & TBQP251 & TBQP204 & TBQP196

photo credits: Smallpigart Photography via SMPAlison Conklin Photography via SMP

Navy blue looks great for those preppy themes and it’s such a flattering color making it a wise choice when it comes to the bridesmaids. It pretty much suits every skin tone and complexion making it popular choice with ladies the world over.

Navy Blue Lace Bridesmaid Dresses with Long Sleeves

Rustic Short Navy Blue Fall Bridesmaid Dresses

Tulle & Chantilly Navy Blue Bridesmaid Dresses
TBQP242 & TBQP243 & TBQP239 & TBQP249

photo credits: Laura Murray Photography via Wedding ChicksA.J. Dunlap Photography via Love & Lavender

If the last few vibrant colors scared you off, don’t be afraid, we have something else for the more traditional and classic brides, neutrals are huge, but we are seeing a move on from opulent white and seeing more warmer tones like bronze and blush. Camel is a beautiful neutral to embrace and works well with so many colors on the spectrum wheel. Simply play around with camel hues to find the right color for you.

Camel Fall Bridesmaid Dresses for Beach Wedding

Long Fall Rustic Camel Bridesmaid Dresses

Camel Brown Inspired Bridesmaid Dresses
TBQP147 & TBQP195 & TCCMD996

photo credits: CallawaygableDanielle Capito Photography via Wedding Chicks

Now for some of the more obvious autumn color choices, mustard and pumpkin are making a big comeback on a slightly more delicate note. Mix the classic colors with a watered down version of itself to achieve some beautiful ombre looks. This will also make the look less obviously fall and puts a gorgeous spin on the festive season.

Pumpkin Orange Long Autumn Bridesmaid Dresses

Short Fall Pumpkin Bridesmaid Gowns

Tulle & Chantilly Pumpkin Orange Bridesmaid Gowns
TBQP096 & TBQP199 & TBQP226 & TBQP168

photo credits: Kate Robinson Photography via SMP

Last but not least muted mauve had to play a big role and mixed with similar hues this greyed shade will offer a beautiful elegant look for your big day.

Mauve Fall Sweetheart Bridesmaid Dresses 2014

Mauve Fall Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses

Tulle & Chantilly Mauve Bridesmaid Dresses Ideas
TBQP198 & TBQP166 & TBQP140

photo credits:  Sean Money + Elizabeth Fay via Elizabeth Anne Designs; Rustic White Photography

We’d love to hear your thoughts on our color countdown and let us know if you think we may have missed out any big colors or did we get it just right! Looking forward to hearing from you brides.

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