If you are seeking sensational bridesmaid dress options for your best ladies, New York Bride & Groom has everything you need to pull your wedding ensemble together. With over 15,000 square feet of designer wedding gowns, bridesmaids’ dresses and even a separate tuxedo department, rest assured that we are your one-stop wedding shop.
Jim Hjelm Occasions, style 5703: To get an idea of the beautiful garments we offer, look no further than our featured dress (pictured above). This mauve, English net, A-line bridesmaid gown features a silver metallic-lace bodice, sheer-draped shoulder, natural waist, and a gathered skirt.
We just love it when practicality and style come together in the hottest trends, which definitely includes one-strap dresses this season. While strapless gowns are timeless, they are not always ideal for bustier brides or bridesmaids. Opting for a single shoulder strap can do wonders for everyone who wants to get down on the dance floor without worrying about a wardrobe malfunction. NYB&G has a wide selection of gorgeous one-shoulder bridesmaid gowns to choose from. Such as the beauty below:
Social Bridesmaids, style 8178: This figure-flattering full-length, one-shoulder matte chiffon dress (pictured right) is available with matching or contrasting trim at the neckline. An off-center front slit in the luxurious trumpet skirt adds an element of sophistication.
Here are some 2017 bridesmaid dress trends, courtesy of Bridal Guide:
Go monochromatic with a plum jewel tone and pair it with a lighter shade of bouquets.
If you want a dramatic color but you don’t want to commit to a dark shade, try gunmetal for an elegant option.
Navy is the new black. It’s classic but with a pop of color in the shoes, it’s beyond fabulous!
Black dresses are purely chic, but do try pops of color on your bouquet to make a bold statement. See more at Bridal Guide
D’Zage Bridesmaids, style 8075: This chiffon gown (pictured right) features a sweetheart neckline, one gathered shoulder strap, ruched bodice and a cummerbund. Asymmetrical pleats and cascading ruffle adorn the skirt.
These trend tips are from Inspired By This:
Lace is no longer just for the bride! Bridesmaids want in on the detail too, so expect to see more lace bridesmaid dress styles with lace detail. A lace neckline or pretty keyhole back is a bridesmaid detail that looks oh ultra pretty, but doesn’t take away from the bride.
Expect to see a lot of neutral bridesmaid dresses this year – A lot! Think sand, silver, taupe, and everything in between. In elegant silhouettes, neutral dresses are a beautiful bet that will never go out of style. Read more at Inspired By This
Jim Hjelm Occasions, style 5709: Every bridesmaid will look stunning in this burgundy English net, A-line gown (pictured above) with pleated bodice, V-neckline, natural waist and gathered skirt.
Long, straight bridesmaid dresses in soft fabrics are wedding staples, but if you want a break from tradition, why not try a dress with a tiered skirt? They add just the right amount of drama and are perfect for dancing the night away.
Tea-length dresses (or dresses with a hemline that falls just below the knee or brushes the lower calf) are having a serious moment. This semiformal length gives off fun, retro vibes but still feels sophisticated. Opt for airy fabrics like tulle or chiffon for a tutu-inspired effect.
Whether the dress is simple or embellished, a fun flutter sleeve adds a vintage twist. Choose gowns in soft floral patterns, muted colors or feminine metallics to complement this romantic silhouette. Additional info at The Knot
NYB&G: Always On Trend
Our experienced Bridal Consultants are continually researching the latest and greatest looks to ensure that you end up with the perfect wedding gown and bridesmaid dresses. Keeping on top of the trends every season is just one more reason why we are the premier bridal salon in the Charlotte metro area. Stop by without an appointment (we never require them) and browse our gorgeous selection. We’ll be here ready to assist you.