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New Trend Alert Bridesmaids wearing mismatched dresses

Bridesmaids rejoice, your days of wearing mandatory bridesmaid uniforms are over.

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Back in the day, being a bridesmaid involved wearing horrible dresses with drab colours that could only be referred to as uniforms for bridesmaids.

The dresses were so ugly, the ladies probably felt like the brides hated them and just wanted them to be as unattractive as possible in order for them(the brides) to shine.

Thankfully, those days are over, with the birth of the latest trend in the wedding industry, the mismatched bridesmaids dresses trend.

It involves bridesmaids choosing their own gowns in colors and cuts that flatter their bodies.

The best thing about this mix-and-match trend is how amazing and gorgeous it looks in photos especially when paired with the bride.

the mismatched bridesmaids dresses play

the mismatched bridesmaids dresses

(Pepper Nix Photography)


In order to pull this look off, all the bridesmaids have to make their style choices together in order to be sure that they all look good when paired together.

Another trick to pulling this look off is for the bridesmaids to pick different shades of one colour, a perfect example is the picture below.

the mismatched bridesmaids dress trend play

the mismatched bridesmaids dress trend

(Salt and Pine Photography)


Although, this trend is not very popular here in Nigeria, Pulse Nigeria hopes it will soon catch on as it makes for stunning, creative photoshoots.

Not convinced yet, see for yourself how awesome this trend is by checking the beautiful bridal party looks above.

Brides-to-be, and bridesmaids, try out this trend, you will love it.

For more trends in the wedding industry, click on the link below.

READ: Wearing mismatched earrings

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