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BHLDN’s Guide to Mix & Match Bridesmaids!

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Good Morning Beauties, With Bridal Fashion Week fast approaching we really wanted to kick our fashion features in to high gear and we though what better way to start us off then with one of our favorite bridal go tos, BHLDN. if you have been reading the blog or the magazine you know we are completely in love with their style, from lush and romantic to pure sweetheart BHLDN has something for every bride and bridesmaid. Today we are featuring an amazing new collection of Mix & Match Bridesmaids dresses  because lets be honest bridesmaids need a little love too. All girls and want to look and feel amazing well they support their best girlfriend!

Mix & match bridesmaids dresses have reigned supreme for the past few seasons, and now is the time to take the trend to the next level. Inspired by the color stories of abstract painter Eric Blum, BHLDN is offering up a fresh, unexpected approach to bridal party fashion. Featuring five color palettes that will dominate 2017 weddings, the brand provides an expert, visual tutorial in blending hemlines, hues, texture, and pattern in a way that feels effortless and editorial.

Key trends:

While blush has been the go-to for spring and summer brides, the tried and true get a refresh with surprising necklines from the Camila Dress and Rasa Dress. Blush separates with organic texture like Blythe Skirt and new Maizie Top, are a trendy addition to the boho bride’s party.

Berry hues bring a bright and exciting twist to any bridal party. These bold colors combined with a mixed party of graphic lace and beaded embellishment to create a bridal party that’s just as exceptional as the bride herself.

Classic navy gets a fashion upgrade with mixed materials. Marrying the lace and tulle of the Samantha Dress with airy Epperly and textural sequined Alana Dress, elevates the look to the 9’s.

Mix & Match Bridesmaids

Mix & Match Bridesmaids

White is being embraced as a fresh, modern take on maids – especially as more brides opt for gowns with color. The knee-length James Dress easily pairs with the sleek, Iva Crepe Maxi, and ethereal Cleo Top and Blythe Skirt. Want to really shake things up? Add in the Mara Jumpsuit.

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