Bridesmaids Separates: 6 Ways to Style The New Wedding Trend
Strapless columns, sateen A-lines, silky halters: When it comes to bridesmaid attire, it all tends to look the same. But if you’re wanting to mix things up a bit, might we suggest bridesmaids separates? Your friends/sisters/cousins/whoever will be forever grateful, and you’ll look like a fashion genius. Here, six fun bridesmaid outfits and not a dress in sight.
1. Cropped Pants and Tanks
Save your friends some cash (and a few style arguments) by opting for a pair of silky slacks and a tucked-in top. Finish off the look with suede pointed-toe pumps and voilà: a bridesmaid ensemble that’s fresh, modern and under budget.
2. Palazzo Pants and Cap-Sleeve Blouses
Comfy wide-leg pants that are made for dancing (and eating)? Your bridesmaids will love you forever. Opt for muted tones and simple patterns that coordinate with your color scheme, like pretty pinks for a spring or summer ceremony.
4. Midi Skirts and Crew-Neck Sweaters
If you’re planning a winter wedding, chances are you’ll want a look that doesn’t cause your gals to freeze during the two-hour-long photoshoot. These A-line skirts and crew-neck cashmere sweaters are warm and comfy while still coming across as elegant and ever-so-slightly preppy.
5. Tulle Skirts and Lace Tops
Elegant, stylish and flattering on pretty much everyone: Maxi skirts are just the best. Look for a fancy fabric like tulle and pair it with a simple lace blouse. The silhouette looks elevated enough for your service without feeling as overdone as that coral strapless column you’ve seen a million times.
6. Tulle Skirts and T-Shirts
Still not totally sold on the whole separates trend? Try matching colored T-shirts and frilly skirts to keep everything uniform yet casual. Your maids will feel far less stuffy (oh, and spend wayyy less money than on a traditional gown). Win-win-win.