Post # 1
I’m so lost as to what color bridesmaids dresses would go well with the Ivory over Mocha “Lucinda” by Maggie Sottero. Anyone out there with suggestions?!? Such a unique color combo on the dress itself I don’t know what to do.
Post # 2
ElaineR: It depends on the look you want. You can use everything form the softest pastels to the deepest hues. Your dress is still considered a neutral color. You can choose from many colors: pink, blush,burgundy, peach, apricot, mint, aqua, dusty blue, charcoal, lavender, plum , purple, etc.
Find a paint swatch that matches your dress if you don’t have a fabric swatch, then match it up with othr paint swatches in your favorite colors.
Post # 3
ElaineR: I think tan or blush colored dresses would look best next to that dress. It’s lovely by the way!!
Post # 4
ElaineR: Hi fellow lucinda bride!!!! I had the same problem…. My dress is the Lucinda in ivory over mocha. I am going for a color scheme that is soft and romantic. Above is the dress I choose for my maids… The colorway is called Belgonia Pink. In the photos it looks like they might clash with the mocha but the maids dresses are more of an dusty orange/pink and they go perfectly with the mocha. Good luck picking your maids dresses!
Post # 5
honeylemonade: This color is beautiful and just what I had in mind! There aren’t any “real” wedding pictures online with this fairly new Maggie Sottero…so I have nothing to compare to! Lol. Thank you!
Post # 6
If you like the misty-pink color it can be hard to find when the bridal industry is saturated with the more pale ‘blush’ colors. Here are some good designers to look at for colors:
Watters/Wtoo ‘Roseglow’ (crinkle chiffon only)
Bill Levkoff’s ‘Rosepetal’
Jim Hjelm Occasion ‘Ballet’ (iridescent chiffon only)
Bella Maids ‘Victorian Rose’
Post # 7
I am a Lucinda bride! I chose Watters French Vanilla for my Bridesmaid Dresses. They match the mocha underlay perfectly!
Post # 8
Any color with a dusty/muted tone (rather than bright and clear) would look great with the mocha color. The dusty pinks above are great, and dusty blue or sage green would work too.
Post # 9
ElaineR: loving the idea of blush! It’s so in right now, super chic, flattering on many skin tones, and just so pretty! If you don’t like blush, go for a muted color (champagne maybe?) so as to not take away from your dress.