Bridesmaids, Unexpected

These days, it’s an anything-goes world when it comes to attendant apparel. Donning everything from jumpsuits to vintage velvet, bridesmaids are walking down the aisle in looks that that express individual style and defy tradition.

Producer and Stylist: Lacy Brunnette
Photographer: Kenzie Wyatt

Models: Elise Spencer, Ella Muse, Rachel Muse
Hairstylist: Samantha Gallo, Coalesce Salon
Makeup Artist: Lydia Chandler, Coalesce Salon
Style Assistant: Destiny Williams
Location: Brazilian Granite Consortium, Urbandale
Special Thanks: The Peak Agency; Jeff Naples

Modern and Minimalist
With its long, clean lines, the jumpsuit continues its reign on the runway. It’s a comfortable yet fashion-forward choice that complements an array of body shapes. 

“Bellamy” jumpsuit (True Style); gold necklace by Glamrocks (Leona Ruby).

Day-To-Night
A bright watercolor floral pattern easily traverses a daytime ceremony to late-night revelry.

Floral dress by Comme USA (Dornink); blue-beaded necklace (Dornink).

A New Play On Pink
An unusual twist on a traditional bridesmaid color: Achieve the look with vintage peach-pink velvet and Halston-esque details, such as a glamorous cape. If the wedding is a laid-back, casual affair, crush convention with a boho-style, off-the-shoulder dress in blush with lace touches.

Vintage pink dress (Atomic Garage); earrings (Leona Ruby). 

Off-the-shoulder dress by She + Sky (True Style); Star necklace and earrings (Leona Ruby).

Evening Elegance

Dramatic details like leather trim elevate a black cocktail dress, while geometric brushed gold accessories add a polished touch.

“Jona” Mock Neck Cutout Dress by Alice + Olivia (Blond Genius); geometric gold earrings and triangle cuff (Leona Ruby).

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