In our very first blog we discussed the benefits of the trend for the ‘Mismatched Bridesmaids’; however, if you have already started your dress shopping you’re no doubt feeling somewhat overwhelmed with the endless amount of choice on offer. So, as our brand new D’Zage range of Bridesmaid dresses will be with us in December with new colours such as Coral, Lilac and Aqua (we can’t wait!) – We thought we’d give you a helping hand with our top 5 bridesmaid’s dress colours.
Not only is black the most classic, elegant and sophisticated dress colour, but it also the one shade which has the ability to complement each and every skin tone, as well as hiding any lumps and bumps to flatter all shapes and sizes.
Opt for black and your bridesmaids will thank you, not only because they will look and feel fantastic on your big day, but because a black dress is a staple outfit in every woman’s wardrobe that can be worn time and time again.
Tip: stay on trend and add an element of lace to your black dress for a touch of femininity.
If you would like your bridesmaids to add a hint of colour to your wedding, while still maintaining that elegance and sophistication that a black dress offers, then navy may be the colour for you.
Just think Kate Middleton’s engagement dress; not only is navy highly flattering, fun and modern, but it is just as versatile a colour as black and complements both a casual and formal wedding.
This rich colour suits any style of dress and can be used for weddings in every season. Much like black and navy, the dark colour flatters most skin tones and complements every unique shape and size.
Dressing your bridesmaid’s in this striking colour will incorporate a unique and modern element to weddings all throughout the year.
This remarkable colour hides any imperfections and complements most skin tones as it is opposite to pink on the colour spectrum.
Former Made in Chelsea star, Millie Mackintosh, wed rapper Professor Green earlier this year in a stunning vintage-themed ceremony. Millie’s bridesmaids were dressed in floor-length, pastel peach, silk gowns which were perfected with hippy inspired flower headbands to match their bouquets.
Although dark colours appear to be the most flattering of shades for a bridesmaid’s dress, we are seeing a rise in the number of coral, lilac and pastel coloured bridesmaids this year which can be just as versatile and flattering – adding a flawless, graceful element to spring and summer weddings.