The main question every bridesmaid has to hear before the affair will always be “what to wear this time?” The bridesmaids’ wear should be up to the chosen wedding line and must come out perfect in the group photo shoots. Here are the commonly accepted rules for the guests to wear:
- Short dress or a short skirt set for the informal party
- A Cocktail dress for the semi-formals.
- Hats, gloves and vintage style bridesmaids dresses for the formal affair organized in daylight time
- Long-length or midi cocktail dress for the formal affair in the evening
- Long-dresses in dark colors plus different glam accessories for the ultra-formals.
- Wearing a white or ivory gown (except for the occasions when bride wore informal colors like Mardi Gras purple, green or romantic red).
- Wearing black gowns with sequins, beads or rhinestones for the daylight affair.
- Not trying to coordinate the style and color with all other bridesmaids. At least, this is one of the bride’s main tasks to organize all her maids’ looks.
- Modest feminine dresses always look cute whereas dresses that are too sexy, bare shoulder, strapless or very transparent gown may spoil not only the affair but also look terrible and improper in the photo shoots.
- Wearing opera gloves can be perfect, but only if you worn with a strapless dress for the evening occasion. Strapless dresses with gloves generally look vulgar during daylight occasions.
- Turning on our feminine logic, that is, intuition we may guess what colors and silhouettes will come out perfect. But even us gals, have grave doubts. It is always possible to dawn floral lace dresses in pastel colors for the daylight affairs and midi feminine dresses in black for the affair after 6. It works every time and everywhere.
The romantic pink ballerina dress.
Nataya Flapper style set.
The Neo-classic dress in Lavender.
The babydoll Dress by Nataya
The Old Hollyqood Glam Dress by Nataya.
The Vintage inspired short dress.