Of course, you would like your maids to appear wonderful because they walk behind you in the aisle.
But whenever you think about it, the way they look from behind is essential too. (And it's how one Pippa Middleton almost stole the show at her sister's wedding.)
All eyes will be on your bridesmaids because they hold your train and accompany you, and people will be judged and considering what your girls are wearing.
So your debt it for them to make sure that they appear pretty all angles.
Take a glance at these bridesmaid dresses, which all share something in keeping. They look of the same quality from the front as in the back. We've used lace, ties, ribbon, pleats, folds ...
Let's begin with lace. This is a supremely elegant style that's 'covered up', yet superbly glamorous. Lace facts are very on-trend as well as your girls want the form-fitting cut of the design. Choose from an easy, muted shade or something like that darker and much more dramatic. Ideal for any winter wedding, not agree?
Here's another form-fitting dress, with a significant difference look. It's probably more desirable for a spring or summer wedding ,but in either case would translate well in the afternoon right through to evening. In a rich, luxurious fabric having a sheen, the criss-cross back is eye-catching - out of the box the off-the-shoulder neckline.
Ruffles are returning into weddings in a major way. You're going to discover their whereabouts on chairs, on table displays, and dusty blue bridesmaid dresses, as here. If a ruffle isn't your lifestyle, maybe a simple tie back along with a higher neckline would suit. Love this color too. It's Mist.
We think the design and style on the left is simply shouting to be worn in a beach wedding. It's simple and unfussy. On the right, there's another idea for dealing with ruffles. The front of the dress is comparatively unadorned, whilst it's all regulated happening within the prettiest possible way at the back.