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​The 5 Biggest Fall and Winter Bridesmaid Dress Trends

Posted by Sandy D. on

Pumpkin spice latte, boot and cozy sweater weather is upon us, and fall and winter weddings are just around the corner! The cooler-months brides are truly embracing floral patterns and traditional autumn and winter colors such as burgundy and forest greens for their ‘maids this season. These rich and classic hues contrast beautifully with wedding décor and seasonal forest or snowy backgrounds in wedding photos.

Here are five of the biggest fall (and winter) bridesmaid dress trends you’ll see at upcoming weddings:

1. Florals

For the past year or so, this trend has been pervasive in retail and designer clothing. Beautiful and elegant floral patterns are now also a popular trend for bridesmaid dresses as a unique alternative to more traditional solid colors. Invocative of natural elements, floral bridesmaid dresses pair well with one or two-tone bouquets and backgrounds.

2. Varied Shades of Gray

Bridesmaid dresses in varied hues of the same color have been popular for the past several years. In the past these shades have rotated from tan and neutrals to pinks and metallics. For the cooler wedding seasons, brides are turning to light to dark gray shades as a new bridesmaid dress neutral.

3. Regal Navy

While also popular for spring and summer weddings, navy is a classic bridesmaid color to pair with fall and winter wedding décor. Flattering for most bridesmaids, complementary to several other colors and a gorgeous accent to all wedding locations, deep navy is a perfect fall or winter wedding hue.

4. Dark and Woodsy Green

The woodsy and nature-inspired wedding trend is now extended to bridal colors and bridesmaid dresses. Vibrant and deep greens such as moss, forest, military and emerald reminiscent of pine trees make a statement and are fitting for the colder months.

5. Deep and Rich Red

Dark and seasonal reds such as rust, burgundy and maroon are gaining steam for weddings throughout the year, including fall and winter weddings. Bold while not overpowering, these hues offer a rich component to your wedding lineup and pictures.

Happy planning!

with love & style from: Sandy D. (bridal blogger extraordinaire)

(photos from Pixabay, Pexels)

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