Jen Causey-Kidder
Jen Causey-Kidder July 17, 2012

aisle style | mismatched bridesmaids

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I am so thrilled to introduce you all to my very fashionable friend Brittany Hart of The Fashion Drug!!! This is the first of many new AISLE STYLE posts that she will be curating here on Something Turquoise. One of my favorite aspects of this new feature is that every piece of fashion you see here, will be shopable by clicking on the link below! Bridal fashion is the main component of your big day so get ready to walk down that aisle in style … Hello ladies! I am so excited to be collaborating with Something Turquoise on this new AISLE STYLE feature!! As a stylist I love any excuse to get dressed up and create beautiful ensembles. I live for making people feel their best in what they’re wearing, either on that special day or any day. I hope that my virtual styling, along with my style notes serves as obtainable inspiration to you all. –Brittany

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Mismatched bridesmaid dresses are a major trend in the world of weddings today and they are great because the mismatch boasts individuality between your besties. If you think about it, it is nearly impossible to find one dress that fits and flatters each individual shape of your 3 to 10 bridesmaids, so therefore, the mismatch trend is prevailing. Today, I chose to illustrate a tame, wearable version of the mismatch. You too can achieve this look by following my style tips below: 1. Pick dresses in the same color family where each dress is a different shade. 2. Pick dresses that have the same or similar cut – In this case each dress shares the same cascading hemline. 3. Pick dresses with the same or similar fabrics. 4. Pick a statement piece that works with each bridesmaid dress to keep a cohesive theme throughout the wedding party – In this case I chose to pair each dress with the same crystal belts. 5. *When you’re deciding on your bridesmaids dresses, make sure to keep in mind that along with your wedding dress – the bridal party fashion should have an overall cohesive look.

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