Bridesmaid Dresses for Every Season

Before the bride walks down the aisle there’s a lot to plan. Most importantly, what her besties will be wearing on this extra special day.

Given that I was in four weddings this past year, I know first-hand what it’s like to have a lot of dresses to buy on a tight budget.

From winter to spring, we’ve got the best bridesmaid dresses to make sure all your girls are feeling and looking fabulous, just enough so not to outshine the bride. These styles are proof that babes can catch the bouquet without having to break the bank.

Spring Wedding Bridesmaid – Angelina Blush Maxi Dress

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Spring is the season of flirty colours and soft tones. Make your bridesmaids blush in this one-shoulder maxi dress. With the ruched sides, this creates a flattering fit for all figures while they walk flawlessly down the aisle.

Summertime Bridesmaid – Keeva Maxi Bridesmaid Dress

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There’s no such thing as summertime sadness when you’ve got a bridesmaid dress like this. An elegant nude colour with beaded detailing and a neckline that works for all bust sizes. We all know how hard it is to find a dress that fits all body types and this one will make sure the bridesmaids feel their best.

Autumn Bridesmaid – Green Long Split Front Maxi Wedding Dress

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It’s all about serene colours and deep tones when it comes to autumn weddings. This maxi dress covers the elegant factor and adds a slit in the front so bridesmaids can decide how much leg to show. With a zip in the back and made from polyester, this dress is an easy win that’s easy to dance in.

Winter Wedding Bridesmaid – Cher Black Bardot Slit Maxi Dress

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We’re debunking the myth about not being allowed to wear black to a wedding – especially for bridesmaids. We all know black is the most flattering colour of all time, even more so when it comes with a fit like this. The best part is, this dress is only £32.95, which is enough to make you say, ‘I do’.

There you have it, a bridesmaid dress for every season, making it easy for your bride tribe to focus less on what to wear and more on planning the bride’s hen do.

Over and out-fits,

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