We have the lowdown on all things mega stylish and flattering for your maids to be next year. Trends include an exciting mix of elegant details and budget wise sassy ideas, so that everyone will be thrilled with the price and fashioning particulars. Here are our top seven ideas that are worth a second glance.
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Such a fresh and innovative look for 2015; It hasn’t been seen yet, so if you want to be ahead of the fashion movement, this look is definitely the way forward. We are almost certain that by 2016, every bridesmaid will be sporting a cape. We love this style for winter, but there are a few ideas out there that are refreshingly original for each season.
We love the design of adding layers of tulle on bridesmaid dresses! Tulle panels can be draped and twisted cross the neck in a variety ways to create a million of different looks. We usually think the soft and floaty tulle is reserved for bride, yet in season 2015, it’s perfect for bridesmaids too!
Think lace, kitsch patterns and a few totally unique floral prints, this is how your bridesmaids should be dressed if you want to rock that gorgeous bohemian look. Perfect for any season it is a must in 2015, and if you feel like you don’t want to do the whole head to toe boho style, why not just try a few accessories to your look.
Embellished details often come seen on the brides dress, but next year it’s also time for the maids to dazzle in some colorful sequins and delicate beads. Be unique and play around with multiple colors, which give you that amazing cheery vibe for summer.
Still a key look for next year, they have been a popular detail on bridesmaid dresses for some time now and the trend is set to continue well into 2015. Work the look with lace gowns and long and short chiffon dresses.
Prepare to spice up 2015 with a few low necklines, wink wink wink! But no in all seriousness necklines are designed with lower plunging necklines. The best way to approach this look is to keep the dresses long and floaty, just to avoid any disapproving looks from the odd guest. It might also be an idea to have some body tape on hand especially for later on the dance floor.
We know that just the mention of ruffles can be enough to make some ladies wince, but ruffles are going to be everywhere in 2015. From full-bodied skirts to shaped bodices, ruffles have been designed and re-designed in so many ways for bridesmaids to choose from. Why not try a ruffled purse if the idea of a full ruffled dress is too much for you to handle.
A winner with budget seekers the world over, we love to bag a bargain and with multi-way dress designs, it gives you so much more for your money. Designers have cleverly come up with alternative ways to wear your dress by changing the straps and necklines. From strapless to one-shoulder designs, anything is now possible. It’s also a great way to make every bride happy by letting her choose how to wear the dress. A complete win win situation if you ask me!