What will you wear while getting ready for your wedding? We’re here to inspire you with three of the best bride and bridesmaid getting ready outfit ideas. Not only do these make great gifts, but they’ll prevent you (and your ‘maids!) from getting your hair and makeup mussed while changing into your dress. Read on to find out more…
Bridesmaid Getting Ready Outfit Ideas
First, we have bridesmaid robes, possibly the most popular in the getting ready arena. Why? Robes – like these by Doie – are made of sumptuous fabrics, are handcrafted with femininity, and are perfect for wrapping around you while getting ready for the wedding, a date, or Sunday mornings sipping on coffee. Doie recently released new photos from their collection and we’re delighted to share them with you! See the beautiful shoot below as captured by Valorie Darling Photography.
Bridesmaids will love ‘em as much as you’ll love your ‘Bridal’ robe!
See more examples of Doie featured in Real Weddings here for inspiration!
2. Monogrammed Getting Ready Shirts
Take a cue from menswear with monogrammed getting ready shirts, long enough to wear as a ‘shirtdress’ or paired with comfy shorts. This original idea, first spotted at Memento, is a unique twist on the getting ready trend. Great idea!
3. Monogrammed Pajama Pants (+ Stretchy Camisole Tank)
I recently purchased a brand new pair of sweats from Aerie and, I gotta say, there’s nothing quite like a new pair of comfy pants. I try my darndest not to wear them all day, every day. :) These monogrammed pajama pants are cute and have the added bonus of a personalized monogram. Pair with a stretchy camisole tank (like a simple white or black tank from Old Navy) with thin straps. This will ensure the tank top can be removed by sliding down one’s body rather than lifting over one’s head (messing up hair and makeup).
Now that you’ve had a chance to see a few different ideas, it’s your turn:
What’s your favorite bridesmaid getting ready outfit?
What do you think?
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