4 Ideas for 1950’s Bridesmaids...

You want your girls to look and feel just as fabulous as you will on the day, and the fun, flirty feel (and super flattering fit) of 1950s inspired dresses means this is a look that they will love. Think short and tea length dresses, cinched in waists, full skirts, vintage, bateau or Bardot necklines. Let the fabric you choose convey the style of your wedding…..

 

 

  1. 1950’s Bridesmaid Dresses For Curve Girls… 

 Plus size bridesmaid dresses used to be few and far between, but as the body positivity movement continues to diversify labels from mall brands to designers, more fashion forward dress options abound for women’s sizes 14 and above. As a bridesmaid, you’re about to be a part of a very important celebration - likely with a few more maids alongside of you. 1950’s style bridesmaid dresses are perfect for all shapes and sizes – but especially for our curvy girls – this is a great add to your wardrobe and vintage feel on the big day…

 

 

  1. Lace 1950’s Bridesmaid Dress…

 Whether you’re looking for a long, midi, or above the knee silhouette, plus size bridesmaid dresses are more stylish than ever. For a classic look, a lace dress is sweet and feminine whether you go for one with sleeves or a silhouette that highlights your arms or neckline. 

An A-line dress with a v neck scalloped neckline is ideal for a vintage 1950’s bridesmaid feel. If you’re in need of a dress that’s supportive up top without feeling constricting, a v neckline is elegant whether you wear it with short sleeves or capped sleeves… 

                    

                             

 

 

 

  1. Vintage Bridesmaid Dress… 1950’s Style… 

 Another style that works really well is our vintage bridesmaid as the waist seam sits under the bust. Try our dress for a modern take on traditional empire line dress with the cross over, ruching detail that allows extra room below the bust. 

Wearing a vintage bridesmaids dress give you a classy feel and gives that stunning 1950s feels. Accessories with all vintage jewellery to really play the part.

         

 

  1. Mix And Match Bridesmaids Dresses… 

 Taking cues from sea and sky, this is a modern twist to your typical bridesmaid’s dresses. This is a way bridesmaids can mix and match what dresses they wear as long as you have the right colour scheme and the right style that suits you, everyone is happy. 

Mixing lace is styles gives a wedding day a 1950’s vibe, this is defiantly one of our favourites.