Bridesmaid Trend: All-in-white

Words by Tamarin Morley
April 29, 2016

It’s no secret that we love an all-in-white bridal tribe. Instigated by Kate Moss, spotted at Miss Moss (above) and oft-sported by the the style-savvy maids in our featured weddings, it’s a look we won’t be tiring of anytime soon.

Brides often tell us that finding dresses for their favourite ladies can consume more time and energy than finding their own! If you subscribe to the idea that bridesmaid dresses should match, then of course you’ll have a heck of a job trying to find one style to suit each height, body shape and personal taste. We’re firm believers that each of your girls should wear something they love and will wear again. The best way to achieve this? Let them choose their own!

If you’re taking the all-white route, decide whether you’re happy for each one of your ladies to simply follow their own individual style, or perhaps consider providing a loose theme that’ll help to narrow the search. Are you going for modern, bohemian, romantic, trendy? We’ve rounded up a few sweet styles to cover all bases…

Clover dress Rime Arodaky
Clover dress by Rime Arodaky.
Spell Designs bridesmaid dress
Isla Bonita Embroidered Dress by Spell Designs.
Roman Dress Camilla Marc
Roman Dress by Camilla & Marc.
Zimmermann Alchemy Twine Embroidery Dress
Alchemy Twine Embroidery Dress by Zimmermann.
Sia Dress - Fame & Partners
Sia Dress from Fame & Partners.
Garden of Eden Dress Thurley
Garden of Eden Dress by Thurley.
white bridesmaid romper
Soleil Dot Romper by Line & Dot.
Bella Flare Dress grace and hart
Bella Flare Dress by Grace & Hart.
Finders Keepers Lonely Hour Origami Dress
Lonely Hour Origami Dress by Finders Keepers.
white lace bridesmaid dress
Midi Lace Dress by The Jetset Diaries.

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