If you're still at a loss for exactly which hue to choose, go for a general color, like green, and let your bridesmaids pick their favorite shades from light to dark for a trendy, mismatched look. Want to push the envelope even further? Consider prints__floral_print bridesmaid dresses are hot right now. Just remember: Patterns work best in smaller parties and should be paired with simple accessories. Or, you could opt for an all_white bridal party, à la Kate Middleton or Solange Knowles, for a look that's crisp and chic.
Make the dress reusable: Traditionally bridesmaids pay for their own dresses, but if you are sticking to this rule you should really find a dress that they can wear again. Look for colours that suit multiple occasions such as black, gold, green or brown, rather than shades of pink or lavender. Stick with simple, sleek styles such as empire waists and A_line skirts rather than ball gowns with puffed sleeves, or consider separates that your maids could wear again individually.
by Allen G. Damiano on Aug 11, 2018 Bridesmaids