Fashion & Beauty
Short and Sparkly Bridesmaid Dresses
Your first priority when choosing bridesmaid dresses is that your girls sparkle and shine.
Glimmer Like the Sea
This pale green is a wonderful color for bridesmaid dresses, as it will contrast warm hues wonderfully as well as match cooler tones. The shape and length of this sequin dress is ideal for a wedding and there’s no chance that it will be a one-time use outfit.
This illusion neckline adds some interest to this flirty, sleeveless number that will add glow to any skin tone. Watch your girls shine!
With amazing geometric patterns and fun tassels from the shoulders and waist, this dress is a great fit for a “jazzy” wedding with lots of dancing (and chances to sparkle).
A gorgeous dress that is appropriate for any season, it’s the mix of textures that gives it a feminine feel. The light pink is also a contributing factor, but we love the simple cut, the romantic chiffon skirt, and the light sparkle of the bodice and sleeves.
This unique dress doesn’t just capture our attention with its silver shimmer and interesting pattern, it has a flattering cut that will give your ladies vintage style while gracefully showing off their backs. It’s such a great find.
Sequins are a fun way to add some pizzazz to bridesmaid dresses, however they can get quite warm when sequined dresses have long sleeves. Choose a more toned down version, like this classy three-quarter sleeve tunic style dress with silver sequin detailing.
Party Over Here
Let’s face it, weddings are the best kind of parties. So let your inner rocker out when you propose this sequin minidress to your ‘maids. Simple in the front with a party in the back, the girls will love this little number and have so much fun completing the outfit with some stellar shoes and a black choker necklace.
Fancy enough for an event at the Ritz, this formal number has everything going for it. It’s an ideal length with full sleeves, and an amazing design made of gold sequins. Complete with a polished topknot and your bridal pack with be the chicest ladies at the wedding (except for the bride, of course).
Fit & Flare
Fit and flare is a great shape to go with, especially if your ladies are uncomfortable spending the day in a body con or sheath dress. Universally flattering to nearly all body shapes, they will be able to fully focus on you and your special day instead of worrying about whether their skirt is riding up.
No sequins here, but imagine your bridesmaids dressed in a soft velvet. Now make it metallic, short, and it’s time to party like you’re getting married! A lovely way to bring warmth and softness to the bridesmaid dresses, we are hoping to see more as this trend catches on.