(Closed) Bridesmaids Color Delema – Bill Levkoff Navy vs Marine

posted 5 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 2
28 posts

Bill Levkoff does a color so.rt of in the middle of the two called Regency. Hve you looked at that one at all?

Post # 3
2523 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

The marine is a bit darker than the Regency, and lighter than the navy.  I actually don’t think the navy is as dark in person as it is online.  It is soooo hard to see the colors from a picture especially when you don’t know what the lighting of the picture is.  I would try to go to a retailer of the dresses (they sell them everywhere).  Most of the retailers have at least one dress available in every color so you can see what the color looks like in real life.  The dress I ended up picking had the sample in Navy.  I wanted plum, so I was able to see another chiffon dress in plum, and get the idea of what it would look like.  

Post # 4
37 posts

baileyjo1:  I am having the same issue with the Navy vs. Marine. Which one did you chose and how did it come out? I have to order this week but I am totally conflicted.

Post # 6
4891 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

baileyjo1:  Great colors! I am pretty sure a friend of mine had those same dresses (strapless sweethearts) as her Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses, in the same color too.

I thought they were dark too (the navy color, when I looked at them in store), but in that picture above – they look dark, but a soft dark so I don’t think it’s bad at all!

After reading the comments, I liked Regency too… but I thought it was more of a purple than a blue (according to what it looked like online).

Post # 7
23 posts
  • Wedding: December 2016

his navy is dark, but so timless. I love the navy.

Post # 8
4036 posts
Honey bee

I love navy. It looks great on everyone. Very classy!

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