mismatched bridesmaids dresses with @asos | uk wedding blog

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If there’s one way to put a modern spin on a traditional wedding it’s with mismatched bridesmaid dresses. A trend that’s become more popular amongst style-savvy brides over the past few years, there are a number of ways to create a unique, personal look. And it enables you to choose styles that suit your bridesmaids’ sizes and personalities too.





There’s no reason why you shouldn’t have more than one accent colour in your wedding. By choosing the same style in different colours you can add a vibrant twist to your wedding in a simple way. But if eye-popping colour isn’t for you opt for a more whimsical feel with pastel bridesmaid dresses. You can even experiment with one colour by having bridesmaids dressed in different shades, ranging from subtle to bold. For an on-trend look opt for different shades of blue or coral this spring/summer. For a winter wedding try different shades of purple or grey.





If you’ve chosen a specific colour theme for your wedding you can still get in on the new trend of mismatching your bridesmaids. Opting for the same colour in different styles is not only very current; it will keep your bridesmaids happy! With so many different body shapes it’s likely to be tricky to find a style that suits everybody. Stick to one colour and experiment with various styles, from strapless numbers to midi length dresses, depending on size and personality. For a more relaxed feel you could even choose a theme and let your bridesmaids choose their dream dresses. This is risky but complementing dresses in different styles and colours can work well to give a wedding a more laid back vibe.





For a more subtle way of mismatching your bridesmaids you don’t have to choose a variation of dresses. This can be time consuming for a busy bride. But contrasting coloured shoes and accessories can be effective in giving your wedding a more modern twist. This is a great way to bring a new trend into your wedding outfits without worrying about making your photos look dated. Either opt for bold, vibrant colour or subtle feminine pastels depending on your style of wedding.

What do you think of the new trend for mismatching bridesmaids? This bride did it fantastically earlier in the week. To see more, click here.





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