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Whether you're having a pared-back courthouse ceremony or planning to wear a second look for your reception or afterparty, a bridal jumpsuit always makes a fresh statement. From modern and simple to ornate and dramatic, there are scores of jumpsuits available in a range of silhouettes and price points to suit every bride's style and budget.
The modern bride will appreciate clean and sleek jumpsuits with minimal details while the bride with a bohemian sensibility will gravitate towards laidback styles crafted from linen and eyelash lace. If you're a bride who covets Old Hollywood glam, you'll be drawn to jumpsuits with intricate embellishments and shimmering details. Whether you go sleek, embellished, or bohemian, a bridal jumpsuit is also an excellent option for other events leading up to the big day (like the engagement party, bridal shower, or rehearsal dinner). Plus, you can easily wear one again for formal events down the road.
Read on for the best wedding jumpsuits for the modern and effortlessly chic bride.
For the Fashion-Forward Bride: Emilia Wickstead Sweetheart-Neckline Wool-Crepe Jumpsuit
Sleek and sophisticated, this pared-back jumpsuit makes for an ultra-modern bridal moment. It's a highly versatile style that can go from city to beach, depending on accessories—baroque pearls, diamonds, and sculptural gold pieces are a few of our favorites.
What to look for in bridal jumpsuit
Just like wedding dresses, bridal jumpsuits come in a myriad of silhouettes, lengths, and fabrics. When it comes to narrowing down your options, it’s helpful to identify what silhouettes work best for your body types and what fabrics are appropriate for the season. If you’re going for a classic and tailored look, opt for jumpsuits with fitted silhouettes and tapered legs. For a more modern look, go for wide-legged jumpsuits with asymmetrical necklines. And like with any wedding outfit, keep in mind that your jumpsuit may need tailoring so it's important to leave some room in your budget for any alterations.
Is a jumpsuit appropriate for a wedding?
Absolutely! More and more brides are choosing to wear jumpsuits for their ceremony, reception, after-party, and beyond. Bridal jumpsuits come in a wide range of silhouettes to suit all styles and dress codes.
How can I accessorize my wedding jumpsuit?
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