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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.
Here, the best wedding jumpsuits for the modern and effortlessly chic bride.
Most Unique: Rime Arodaky Braham Cropped Embroidered Tulle and Crepe Jumpsuit
Rime Arodaky designs for brides seeking the unexpected, and this bridal jumpsuit is no exception. Whether for the ceremony, reception, or afterparty, it makes a bold bridal statement with an illusion tulle-and-embroidered bodice juxtaposed by chic tailored legs.
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.
Best Splurge: Carolina Herrera Bridal Strapless Chantilly Lace Jumpsuit
This Carolina Herrera jumpsuit defines modern romance, from the Chantilly lace to the sweetheart neckline and beautiful bow belt. It comes with a detachable train as an extra-special touch—wear it for the ceremony and then take it off for dinner and dancing.
Most Statement-Making: Safiyaa Darlene One-Shoulder Crêpe Bridal Jumpsuit
Perfect for a second look, this one-shoulder bridal jumpsuit by the London-based label Safiyaa is a stunner. The oversize and asymmetrical bow drapes down in lieu of a train with sequin embellishment for the right amount of shimmer and shine.
For Lace Lovers: Zimmermann Super Eight Guipure-Lace Jumpsuit
For the bohemian beach bride, it doesn't get better than this guipure-lace jumpsuit by Zimmermann. With a '70s feel, we love it with platform heels and yellow-gold jewelry.
Best High Neckline: Cinq a Sept Romina Jumpsuit
With a subtle sheen, this high-neck jumpsuit is our pick for an afterparty or bachelorette. Featuring a smocked waist and slim pockets, it combines function and style for a so-fresh bridal look.
Considering wearing a jumpsuit for your wedding? We've answered three common questions brides have about shopping for bridal jumpsuits.
- Is a jumpsuit appropriate for a wedding? Bottom line: It's your day so you get to make the rules. While wearing a jumpsuit might be considered unconventional to some, it's important that you feel like yourself on your wedding day and if that means wearing a jumpsuit – go for it!
- Will I need to tailor my jumpsuit? Just like a wedding dress, a jumpsuit might require some slight alterations.
- How can I accessorize my wedding jumpsuit? Let your personal style and the season dictate your accessories. If you're a minimalist bride, you could experiment with delicate personal jewelry or monochromatic accessories. If you're having a beach wedding, opt for wedges or block heels and a raffia clutch. Brides who want to make a statement should consider bold accessories like colorful heels and statement-making earrings.