Bridesmaid dresses


      Being invited as a bridesmaid or maid of honor to the wedding of a dear friend is always something very special. After all, this is how the bride shows you that you mean a lot to her and that she wants you to be a close confidant by her side on her big day.

      The first rule for bridesmaids, maid of honor and all other (female) wedding guests: Do not steal the show from the bride and her dress. Because on this day she is clearly the center of attention. Of course, your outfit can still be elegant and feminine, after all, a wedding is always a welcome occasion to get dressed up. The bridesmaid's dress is based on the bride's look - not the other way around. Ideally, the bride has already found her dream dress for the wedding or even wants a uniform look for her bridesmaids.

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      As a rule, you choose for your bridesmaid dress rather in subtle colors. You should avoid white, ivory and cream tones, which are traditionally reserved for the bride.

      Especially popular for maid of honor or bridesmaid are delicate colors in pastel shades. Dresses in blush, sage or purple add a romantic touch to the look. Dark shades such as navy blue or pine green look particularly elegant and can be worn both at festive, opulent weddings as well as at mostly simpler registry office weddings.
      The length of the dress often depends on the orientation of the wedding and the bride's ideas. If a glamorous, opulent celebration is celebrated, you usually do nothing wrong with a floor-length dress.

      Of course, knee-length dresses are also allowed, but if you are flirting with a short mini skirt or even a super tight micro-mini, it is best to discuss this with the bride in advance.

      This doesn't have to be mandatory, even though the same dress for each bridesmaid naturally represents the unity of the friends and the bond with the bride best at first glance.

      In different lengths or differently cut dresses from the same color family, you can also create beautiful and uniform looks and still incorporate an individual touch.
      Depending on how much wedding budget is available or whether the bride has very specific ideas about the look of her bridesmaids, it may be that the dress or accessories such as hair accessories and flower bouquets are taken over by the bride and groom or they share in the price - especially if the bride wants a clear dress code for her friends. The costs incurred should then be discussed with the bridesmaids in advance. In most cases, however, it is customary that you pay for your bridesmaid dress yourself.
      Accessories should not only match your own outfit, but should also be coordinated with the bride's look if possible. For example, if the bride wears a pretty flower wreath, the bridesmaids can wear matching hair accessories in a different color or a simpler design. 

      Your necklaces, bracelets or earrings should not be too opulent so as not to distract from the bride, but the jewelry should of course emphasize your personal style. Pretty bracelets or necklaces are small, discreet eye-catchers that always give a look that certain something.