Post # 1
Trying to get my bridesmaid dresses and I want them to be fun, youthful, knee-length and coral. Here are the three I have in mind. Do you think they work with each other? The last dress is for the junior bridesmaid and she’s already fallen in love with it, so it’s the other two I need to work around it!
Post # 3
I think either of the top two would work with the bottom one, but the top two are too similar/not matching that they kind of clash.
Post # 4
I love this combo! It looks great 🙂 and the last dress looks very appropriate for a jr Bridesmaid or Best Man
Post # 5
@loving_life: What style would you recommend? I was a little unsure about the combination too. My bridesmaids think it totally works though, so am a little confused.
@Jenlon Thanks for your input. Am glad you like it. I’m so undecided, one minute I agree with you and the next I agree with pp!
Post # 6
Love it! Your girls will look fantastic!
Post # 8
I love all those dresses, they’re super cute!
Post # 9
I think if they all like the way they look it’ll work out. They’ll have flowers, hai, their own different bodies, and a bride to make people not delve too closely… Also where are thoses dresses from? Gorgeous!
Post # 10
The first one and the last one, but not the second. It doesn’t match.
Post # 11
I love them all together! I’m doing a mismatched look as well and I love it! Nice choices
Post # 12
I love them! Good Choices!
Post # 13
Cute if you don’t have the patterns next to each other!
Post # 14
- Wedding: September 2012 - Mother of the Bride's residence
I really like the three of them together!
Post # 15
Beautiful! I would just make sure you know for certain that the colors actually do go well together in person. However, they look great on the computer screen!
Post # 16
Thanks for everyone’s comments!
I’m in Europe, so the first dress is from Dorothy Perkins ( now sold out) and the other two are from Oasis.
It’s not as common to do the mismatched bridal thing over here, and I think my family think we are mad! But I love it and am sticking my ground. Great to get some neutral feedback!