Evening, lovelies! Time for some more bridesmaid fashion inspiration, but today instead of looking at dresses, the trend we’re focusing on is bridesmaid skirts. I think this trend started with LDS weddings in the US, but I absolutely love how stylish and sophisticated the look is, and it’s actually really budget friendly. As with all the trends I’ve highlighted so far, there are lots of ways of working bridesmaid skirts and tops – identical skirts and tops, mismatched tops, mismatched skirts, casual tops, formal ones… you can pretty much customise it to whatever look you want. In fact, I think bridesmaid separates a particularly good option if you’re struggling to find dresses that fit with the style you envision – definitely consider the skirt option, whether simple or textured, short or long. I’ve actually worn this as a bridesmaid before (my friend Abbie was so ahead of her time!) and I have to say that it was comfortable, flattering and really pretty. So here are my favourites from t’internets. *Links in bold denote affiliate links. The cost to you remains the same, but SBB may receive a commission for any sales made.
Images: Row 1 – Rebekah Westover Photography (left); Spotted Photography/Charmaine Tuilefano Event Planning via Glamour and Grace (right); Row 2 – Green Apple Photography (left); Mike Larson Inc. (right); Row 3 – Mollie Jane via The LDS Bride
Images: Row 1 – Rebekah Westover; Row 2 – Paul and Mecheal Johnson via Southern Weddings (left); Annie Randall (right); Row 3 – source unknown via Pinterest (left); Simply Bloom Photography (right); Row 4 – Nikki Meyer via The Pretty Blog
Images: Row 1 – Studio Castillero via Mariages et Babillages; Row 2 – Alpine Images via Magnolia Rouge (left); B. Schwartz Photography via Style Me Pretty (right); Row 3 – Carmen Salazar via Grey Likes Weddings; Row 4 – Jeff Loves Jessica Photography via Green Wedding Shoes (left); Tim Will via Southern Weddings (right)
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