BRIDAL STYLE: ENTOURAGE GOWNS
When people utter the words bridesmaid’s dress, people think of poufy concoctions of tulle and tackiness; in short, something you would burn right after the ceremony. But thankfully, clouds of cotton candy-pink tulle are a thing of the past and the more forgiving brides allow their entourage to choose the style of their gowns.
But that begs a more pressing question: How do you look amazing without drawing attention away from the bride? After all, she found her Prince Charming, it won’t hurt to try your hand at attracting your own during the reception!
We give you these simple (but chic) dresses straight off the runway to help inspire your next gown.
Just because a bridesmaid’s dress has to be understated, it doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Inject some fun into your gown by adding details like sequins or beading. But don’t go overboard, either; a few well-placed embellishments are enough to create interesting details and add texture.