Post # 1
My bridesmaids suit different colours, so didn’t want to go for the same dress (bought the pink dress for both girls but one really didn’t like it). She said she’d wear it anyway but I want her to feel happy! Would these dresses look okay together? I’m going for a vintage eclectic look! Need help asap as theres limited stock!
Post # 3
Both are really cute! I like the mix, and yes, they look good together.
Post # 4
i’m not sure i get the vintage eclectic vibe from these….
i get not wanting to have your bridesmaids look too bridesmaidsy (i’m doing mismatched myself), but these two don’t seem to have much cohesion at all. maybe if they were a similar color?
Post # 5
Are there only two bridesmaids? I feel like if these are the only two, then they don’t really go well and you should go with different shades of the same color. Just my opinion! I really like both dresses, though!
Post # 6
Thanks Bees! Yep, only got two girls as the bridesmaids. One of my girls prefers darker colours and the other likes the pastels 🙂
Post # 7
I am going with they are pretty, but I dont see the tie in between them.
Post # 8
Judging colors on a computer monitor is always risky but on mine they appear to go together.
Post # 9
I think they go together they are both pretty and feminine. I would go for it.
Post # 10
I think the skirt cut makes them not go together. No chance of getting one dress in two different colors?
Post # 11
- Wedding: September 2012 - Mother of the Bride\'s residence
If you don’t care that they aren’t matchy-matchy I think they’re great! The flowers and sashes bring them together in my opinion. Maybe if you’re worried about them looking really cohesive they could have similar shoes or jewelry, or switch out the sashes for two that are identical?
Post # 12
I think they can go together- maybe you could do a matching sash in a 3rd color for both of them.