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How to Mismatch Bridesmaids

It's easy to fall in love with the look of mismatched bridesmaid dresses, but pulling it off is a whole other story—especially when it comes to mixing colors. That's why we've rounded up some examples of real bridal parties rocking mismatched colors to give you some direction. When executed correctly, mismatched bridesmaid dress colors will make your bridesmaids totally stand out—and different styles allow each bridesmaid to find a hue, cut and fabric perfectly suited (and flattering) for them. Most importantly, when your bridesmaids like what they're wearing, it'll show.

Wine

This easy approach is the definition of a win-win. The bride can be blissfully hands-off after selecting the color, each bridesmaid has her say in choosing the style she feels most comfortable wearing (right down to the fabric and length), and everyone is happy.

Dusty Blue
Canyon Rose
Lavender
Dusty Rose
Pale Sky Blue

If you've found a dress that you absolutely adore, and really want the same silhouette for all (just make sure it's a flattering one!) fear not — you can still embrace the versatility of "mismatched-ness" within your bridal party by opting for different colors.

TBQP346
TBQP322D
TBQP346
TBQP391
TBQP307
TBQP387
TBQP402
The Separates
TBQP454
TBQP523
TBQP522
TBQP346

Mixing up every last element—from fabrics, lengths, and silhouettes, to colors, prints, and embellishments—is the ultimate achievement in the world of mismatched bridesmaid dresses.

KAYLA & TYLER
CLAIRE & ROBBIE
SARAH & DILLAN
KATELYN & ABE
DANNIE & JOE
ALLISON & LOGAN
COLIN & KARLY
HOLLY & CHRIS
ASHLEY
50+ Colors

1. Consider Hemlines Carefully

3. Examine Color Swatches

5. Tie the Look Together with Identical Accessories

7. Forget About Finding Dresses the Ladies Will "Wear Again"

9. Consider Sticking with One Designer

2. Don't Vary Too Many Features

4. Guide Your Girls

6. Get Input from Your Bridesmaids

8. Have a Vision and Stick to It

10. Flowers Can Pull It All Together

This easy approach is the definition of a win-win. The bride can be blissfully hands-off after selecting the color, each bridesmaid has her say in choosing the style she feels most comfortable wearing (right down to the fabric and length), and everyone is happy.

Wine
Dusty Blue
Canyon Rose
Lavender
Dusty Rose
Pale Sky Blue

If you've found a dress that you absolutely adore, and really want the same silhouette for all (just make sure it's a flattering one!) fear not — you can still embrace the versatility of "mismatched-ness" within your bridal party by opting for different colors.

TBQP387
TBQP346
TBQP322D
TBQP346
TBQP391
TBQP307
The Separates
TBQP454
TBQP523
TBQP522
TBQP346

Mixing up every last element—from fabrics, lengths, and silhouettes, to colors, prints, and embellishments—is the ultimate achievement in the world of mismatched bridesmaid dresses.

KAYLA & TYLER
CLAIRE & ROBBIE
ALLISON & LOGAN
COLIN & KARLY
KATELYN & ABE
DANNIE & JOE
ASHLEY
HOLLY & CHRIS
50+ Colors

1. Consider Hemlines Carefully

2. Don't Vary Too Many Features

3. Examine Color Swatches

4. Guide Your Girls

5. Tie the Look Together with Identical Accessories

6. Get Input from Your Bridesmaids

7. Forget About Finding Dresses the Ladies Will "Wear Again"

8. Have a Vision and Stick to It

9. Consider Sticking with One Designer

10. Flowers Can Pull It All Together