bridesmaids in blush lace dresses

Lace dresses, whether in bright hues or muted neutrals, provide lots of style and glamorous femininity. These mix and match blush dresses (above) are well-suited for a vintage wedding with a light color palette.  Below, this cream colored pinwheel lace dress is a summer wardrobe staple your bridesmaids will love for seasons to come!  Love it, but having a winter wedding?  Add a neutral cotton shrug or pashmina for extra warmth.

pinwheel lace bridesmaid dress
taupe lace bridesmaid dress

Is your wedding all about the earth tones?  Employ earthy colors for your bridesmaid dresses, ranging from milk chocolate (above) to a cool, golden taupe (below).  Both floor length dresses are perfect for a more formal wedding, and could easily be shortened and altered by a professional tailor for use later.

metallic foiled lace bridesmaid dress

Speaking of floor length, I am crazy for this sea blue lace gown (below) with it's large scale patterns and sophisticated bow belt.  In fact, if you love it too much to let your ladies have all the fun wearing it, it would also be a stunning colored wedding gown.

light blue lace bridesmaid dress
yellow lace bridesmaid dress
coral lace bridesmaid dress

But lace dresses aren't just for vintage and formal weddings. In technicolor hues, they make a fresh, modern statement.  The yellow and coral shifts above, would fit into just about any theme, from beach to modern industrial.  Below, these purple and black dresses feature a lace overlay with a cotton lining underneath (super comfy).

purple and black lace bridesmaid dresses
short navy lace bridesmaid dress
one shoulder lace bridesmaid dress

These short black and white dresses are pure urban glamour.  And they can be worn again and again as your favorite friends continue to have first dates in their search for their own "the one".

white lace bridesmaid dress
lace bridesmaid LBD

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