Mismatched Bridesmaids Dress IdeasMismatched bridesmaid dresses are still very much on trend this year and like a good wine, they just keep getting better and better. The styles are mostly sticking to a few basic rules but they’re getting more adventurous and occasionally, they break all the rules and still pull of a truly gorgeous look. But it’s going to take a good eye. So what are these rules we speak of?

First, they are meant to keep a diverse look cohesive. But in short, they all relate back to this: You can mix the two of the following elements: color, fabric, cut, or hemline but it’s VERY difficult to mix everything. 

Jeana’s recent destination wedding featured her bridesmaids in a vibrant variety of colors and styles (chosen by each bridesmaid herself), while keeping the fabric and hemline the same.

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On slightly different note, floral prints and pastels are IN this spring. 

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Love the fun prints here. Yet the look remains cohesive with the nude schemed shoes, flowing styles and knee length hemlines. 

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This look doesn’t seem like it would work but it does. The similar dress fabrics keep the look coehesive and nude shoes keep it tied together.  

I LOVE this summer wedding look. 

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How fun are these frilly over the top shades of purple? Definitely a win.

 

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These pastels are very chic and elegant. 

 

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Image Credit: The Knot

The prints and textures of these styles are so unique but the hemline and shades are cohesive.

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Something Turquoise
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Image Credit: Wedding Wire

There are two things I love here: 1. The groom got in on the action. 2. Even the shoes are gorgeously mismatched. 

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Image Credit: Etsy 

Another great way to create mismatched bridesmaids dresses is to get the same dress and pair it with different belts. Take it a step further by matching the belts to shoes, jewelry, handbags and/or flowers. The options are endless.

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5 comments

  1. I really like the idea of NOT having the bridesmaids match. I think it’s nice to let your bridesmaids personality shine through, they will have more fun and enjoy being in a dress they picked out. Great photos and examples.

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