Gowns for Your Girls: Three Bridesmaid Dress Lines Your Ladies Will Love


Finding bridesmaid dresses all of your attendants will love isn't easy. While there are plenty of tried-and-true designers that constantly offer figure-flattering and trendy styles that 'maids love, we found three designers new to the world of bridesmaids that we think will earn your (and your bestie's) seal of approval. Plus, these three brands are entirely affordable, meaning you won't be asking anyone to break the bank to be part of your big day.

Steal Eva Mednes's Style
With eight silhouettes in 12 hues, actress-turned-fashion collaborator Mendes's new bridesmaids' line with New York & Company has something for all your BFFs. Girly girls will love the lace minis, boho-chic types will dig the airy Empire waist in flowing chiffon, and they'll all appreciate the fact that they don't have to skip their morning latte for a year to afford them. $79-$119, New York & Company

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Go Classic Ralph
Love that all-American vibe? Check out the new Lauren Ralph Lauren bridal collection, which nails the look for every member of your wedding party, from the guys to the kids to you. For your 'maids, think simple cocktail frocks for afternoon vows and floor-length gowns for black-tie affairs — all super chic and, of course, totally timeless. $15-$340, Ralph Lauren

Have Them Roll Up in a Convertible
One way to take the guesswork out of dressing your 'maids? White House Black Market's streamlined collection, which offers just two jersey A-line bridesmaids' gowns — one long, one short — designed to flatter every figure. Here's the bonus: Since the straps are convertible, your crew can each rock the look they like best — short sleeves, sleeveless, or halter. Everybody wins! $130-$160, White House Black Market

For more great fashion ideas, be sure to check out our April/May issue, on newsstands now and available for download.

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