Wondering where to buy mismatched bridesmaid dresses? Want to know what mismatched bridesmaid dresses even means? And how the heck do you get your bridesmaids to coordinate in photos when their dresses are, well, so different? Today we’re tackling one of the biggest questions when it comes to bridal party attire and helping you score serious points with your BFFs. After all, no one wants to wear an ugly bridesmaid dress — or pay for one! — so many brides are opting for flattering convertible bridesmaid dresses with maximum versatility. Find out the right way to mismatch your bridesmaids and where to buy mismatched bridesmaid dresses that won’t cost a fortune. P.S. Many of these dresses are UNDER $100! Enjoy!
Where to Buy Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses
Have you even stood up in a wedding and wore an ugly bridesmaid dress? Luckily, I haven’t, as my sister and my recently-wedded friends (who are all quite awesome) chose some of the prettiest dresses ever. And I even wore those dresses again. But I have attended a few weddings and I have viewed dozens of weddings (while blogging) where the bridesmaid dresses were very unflattering. Ugly bridesmaid dresses are really a thing of the past; bows on butts, clingy fabric, low cut or overly-conservative dresses worn by your BFFs isn’t the nicest thing to do. But now it seems like brides are giving a little more control over to their BFFs, letting them pick out a dress in one color with a different neckline (or a color within a particular palette) depending on what suits their style and figure best. And we say it’s about dang time. No two women are the same, so why choose one dress and try to get everyone to wear the same exact thing? Instead, you can achieve a very balanced and coordinated look by choosing convertible bridesmaid dresses available in a multitude of flattering silhouettes in one overall color, so each bridesmaid can choose the cut or length that she likes best. Does she love a halter? A one-shoulder dress? Prefer strapless? She can choose which style she likes to wear best and go for it. Ultimately, you get to select the color (or color palette) and your bridesmaids finally get to wear a dress they’ll actually love. As a result, they’re happier with the dress, appreciative that they’ll feel and look confident in the bridesmaid dress, and more likely to wear it again for a special event.
Once you’ve made the decision to let bridesmaids have ultimate say on what dress they wear (in a specific color you’ve selected to coordinate with your palette), the next question comes: where to buy mismatched dresses. There are a few ways to go about this, but we’re here to guide you to not only the nicest looking and highest-quality bridesmaid dresses, but the best priced on the market. You really don’t want/need bridesmaids to spend too much on their dresses, if you can avoid it. P.S. These are also called convertible bridesmaid dresses or infinity dresses, just as an FYI.
Here’s where to buy mismatched bridesmaid dresses
Mismatched bridesmaid dresses are sometimes referred to as convertible dresses or multi-wear dresses because they can be worn a multitude of ways. Look for dresses that have versatility and can be worn as a halter, one-shoulder, and strapless, just to name a few.
We love these bridesmaid dresses by The Jerseymaid because they look amazing, are backed by seriously great reviews, and they’re each under $100! Most are really only around $75 each, which is a fantastic price and one great resource of where to buy mismatched bridesmaid dresses.
If longer dresses are more your style, you’re in luck because Coralie Beatrix has it going on in her shop with seriously gorgeous convertible dresses in long and short lengths. Now, some of these range from under $100 to slightly more, but you’re getting some unique colors, some long lengths, and different fabrics. Here are a few for example.
Wondering where to buy mismatched bridesmaid dresses?
Just click on a photo you like above to buy from the shop (or find out more details), or you can click the links directly under the photos. Alternatively, you can head to the following shops mentioned in this post: The Jerseymaid | Coralie Beatrix | and Luminia.
What do you think of these mismatched bridesmaid dresses? Did we help you narrow it down? Are you opting for mismatched, and if so, are you choosing one color or letting bridesmaids choose a coordinating color within a chosen palette? Tell us below. We’d love to hear from you!