Best for: Affordability
Why we love it: ASOS has a dedicated bridesmaid’s collection but if that’s a little traditional for you, we recommend a trawl through the rest of their evening wear. With a multitude of pretty pastel dresses available, you’re likely to find something a little cooler, like these gems.
Best for: Tradition
Why we love it: Wedding dress designer Charlie Brear knows how to dress women’s bodies, which is why her pretty selection of bridesmaid’s dresses is so flattering. From block shade pastels to floral prints, there’s a range of styles to choose from.
Best for: Silky styles
Why we love it: Ok, you probably already knew Ghost was coming up, but with long silky styles this good, it’s no surprise. The Brit brand perfectly treads the line between formal and modern, grown-up and cool, which is why so many love their designs – plus, they offer a range of necklines, meaning if you can satisfy everyone with the matchy-matchy look.
4. Les Heroines
Best for: Separates
Why we love it: French label Les Heroines creates a similar aesthetic to Ghost – all silky fabrics and romantic colours – but offers a great selection of separates, from camis to wide leg trousers, slip skirts to jumpsuits, meaning you can mix and match accordingly.
Best for: Embellishment
Wy we love it: Needle & Thread is the ultimate label for girly girls, with their combination of tulle, embellishment and floral prints. As far as we’re concerned, these are the bridesmaids dresses you can’t go wrong in; romantic, elegant and current, it’s the look that always works.
6. Rat & Boa
Best for: Slip dresses
Why we love it: Whether you’re getting married abroad or are after a less conventional approach to bridesmaid’s dresses, Rat & Boa’s slip dresses may just be the answer. We love their simplicity – team with bare limbs and messy bouquets for a thoroughly modern take.
Best for: The Reformation look
Why we love it: We all know Reformation nails bridesmaid’s dresses, but you don’t have to fork out on shipping fees thanks to UK brand Rewritten. Think floaty wrap dresses, bow-detailed maxis, billowing sleeves – there’s something for everyone in a matching colour palette, making this the easiest solution to bridesmaid’s dresses on our list.
8. Ted Baker
Best for: Femininity
Why we love it: Ted Baker’s stellar wedding dress collection has long impressed us, so we’re looking to the brand for bridesmaid styles now, too. With their dedication to pastel maxis and feminine cuts it’s no surprise their eveningwear collection can also pass for bridesmaid’s dresses – with heavy pleats and subtle embellishment, they’ll look great walking up the aisle.
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