Saturday, 2 January 2016

Universally Flattering Bridesmaid Dress Colors

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If you think saying yes to your Bridesmaid Dresses is difficult, try putting yourself in your bridesmaids' shoes.The design and style, length, and color of the average bridesmaids dress are occasionally non-negotiable with respect to the bride. However, by choosing a universally flattering dress shade for your girls, you may avoid tears and drama altogether. Here are six expert-approved bridesmaid dress shades to please even the most difficult 'maid.

1. Mint
"Mint is really using a moment right now and is so flattering on a lot of complexions," explains Lovely Bride's Cassandra Quinn. "We love this fresh color in a range of shades from light and subtle to its deep rich, almost jade, hue."

2. White
If you don't mind sharing your signature color along with your bridesmaids, try selecting ivory or white tones for your bridesmaids. Quinn notes that the neutral shade is compatible with most skin tones.

3. Navy
Forget any preconceived notions about navy like a preppy, nautical shade. Kathlin Argiro, founder and creative mind behind Kathlin Argiro|New york city, loves the timeless color for bridesmaids.

4. Black
The inky color is trending this season for bridal gowns and bridesmaid attire alike. Keenan states that if other color options seem too trendy or expected, go with classic black.

5. Burgundy
When it comes to winter weddings, Agiro relies on rich, vivid hues like burgundy, since the jewel tone's depth look amazing on most ladies. "Generally speaking, more saturated colors perform best on a variety of skin tones," she elaborates.

6. Emerald Green
Fashion-forward brides may wish to channel 2016's fairytale trend by selecting emerald green for bridesmaid dresses. "To keep your palette sophisticated I'd opt for deeper shades of jewel tones," suggests Agiro.

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