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Two-piece bridesmaids dresses: are you looking for / obsessing over / falling in love with them yet? We are!
Emma here and, let me tell you, once you see bridesmaid separates from Stylish Bride Accessories, you will love the creative twist on a standard bridesmaid dress option. Believe me, you will!
The price alone is enough to make you think, why spend more for one bridesmaid dress she’ll never wear again when you can pay less for two pieces she love…. look beautiful in… customize to suit her style… and most definitely will re-wear? Win, win, win, win.
Today we’re sharing two-piece bridesmaid dress options with ivory tops and beautiful, floor-length, made-for-dancing skirts that will set your bridal party apart from the others. This is next level bridesmaid gear. This is the kind of dress your bridesmaids will be saying, wow, she’s totally the bride of the year over here. :) Okay, can you tell we love ’em?
Let’s get started!
Two-Piece Bridesmaids Dresses
If you’re reading this and wondering what are bridesmaid separates, you’ve come to the right place: two-piece bridesmaid dresses, commonly referred to as “separates”, are two pieces to make one dress. Typically this is done with an ivory tank top, which is usually dressier than it sounds and is paired with a tulle or chiffon skirt for the bottom.
There is even such a thing as a three-piece bridesmaid dress, which comes with a topper — something the bridesmaid can wear as an additional top layer, like faux fur wraps in the winter or even a cozy shawl. In this example, you’ll see the third piece is something we really love: a lace crop top. This piece finishes the look!
Here are just a few examples from the shop to show you this trend and how amazingly lovely it really is! You can choose one color for the bridesmaid skirts to coordinate or choose a different shade for a mismatched (yet totally cohesive look).
How much do bridesmaid separates cost?
So, how do bridesmaid separates differ in price from “traditional” (one-piece) bridesmaid dresses in terms of price?
They’re wildly affordable, at least, the sets we just found really are. The ones shown in this blog post are 40% off right now around $72 for the top (normally $120). With the tank top, it’s looking around $138. Most bridesmaid dresses are priced at $150+, and that’s a dress she’ll wear only once.
Compared to regular, off-the-rack dresses at full price, these two-piece dresses are more affordable and yet, they’re completely custom-made.
And if you factor in the re-wearability — I mean, I’d totally rock that lace crop top and tank with a cute pair of skinny jeans or these any day of the week — then you’re really getting great value for your money.
Are two-piece bridesmaid dresses easy to customize?
When it comes to bridesmaid separates, you have more options than a traditional dress. For instance, you may choose a wide strap tank top or a skinny strap, depending on which one is more comfortable for the bridesmaid to wear.
Want a long-sleeve topper? A short-sleeve? A long skirt? Go short? You’ve got it!
And do you want a different waist option? Not a problem!
I’m loving all the ways you can customize this look!
Can the bride wear a two-piece dress if bridesmaids are rocking the same look?
Okay, are you now on the two-piece bridesmaid dress bandwagon?
Want to find out how to outfit the whole crew in the cutest tulle skirts + tank tops ever?
Want to see how much this is all going to cost? You’ll be pleasantly surprised, I know I was!
Do you want me to stop asking so many questions? :)
Where to Buy Two-Piece Bridesmaids Dresses
Check it out here in the shop!
P.S. Wondering what bridesmaids are responsible for covering? Read: What Do Bridesmaids Pay For?