Mix & Match
One of the best things about bridesmaid separates is how great you can mix and match dresses to flatter each of your friends. Play with different colors, necklines, and fabrics to create an intriguing ensemble.
All in White
Another modern trend sweeping bridal parties is all-white outfits. This organza lace combo is classic and refined, and your friends will wear it all summer after your wedding.
These bridesmaid separates are total boho elegance, with a peasant maxi skirt and embroidered scoop neck top. In a rosy shade of nude, this also goes with a variety of neutral palettes.
Floral Pencil Skirt
Colorful wedding? This bold pencil skirt would blend in well with a bright, festive event. Have your bridal party pair it with a simple black silk cami or a white cotton crop top.
Crop Top Gown
Speaking of crop tops, this fabulous combination is suited for even more formal weddings. With the full skirt in a lively shade of coral, these bridesmaid separates will have every one of your favorite friends feeling like a princess for a day.
Monique Lhuillier has always designed amazing dresses with brilliant style. These bridesmaid separates are no exception with their effortless chic vibe. Whether you want to go identical or mismatched, we love the effect of coordinating fabrics in different textures.
These dark red lace separates prove that not every two piece bridesmaid outfit needs to be loose and flowing. With a slightly retro pencil skirt and modern short sleeve top, this look could work for a wedding during any season.
Blend together different dreamy colors with these traditional bridesmaid separates. For bridal parties that would prefer not to rock the crop top, these bodices are classic and conservative.
No one wants to wear a pencil skirt on a hot day at an outdoor wedding. For your warm weather shindig, choose a timeless swing skirt in a shade that ensures it gets worn again.
For a vintage or retro event, pair popular tulle bridesmaid skirts with adorably sweet sweaters. Go three-quarter sleeve (left) for a summer wedding, but opt for longer sleeves if your wedding is scheduled for the fall.