Are you familiar with Donna Morgan bridesmaid dresses? Because I wasn’t until I saw a gorgeous feature about them on Style Me Pretty. All I could think was, “Wow – how have I not seen these dresses before?”, because they are fabulous. They might even be – dare I say it – dresses your attendants will actually be happy to wear (and they could even be worn again as party dresses after the wedding). Feast your eyes on all the beautiful Donna Morgan bridesmaid dresses, and I dare you to try to pick just one favorite!
The majority of Donna Morgan’s bridesmaid dresses are created in soft fluid chiffon. She designs a well-edited selection of chic flattering silhouettes and offers them in a great range of colors. Because the overall style of all of the dresses is similar and they are all available in chiffon, the collection readily lends itself to mixing and matching. In the image above, each bridesmaid is wearing the same dress in a different feminine pastel hue. Another option is to select one color and let each bridesmaid select the neckline she prefers. In addition to short dresses, there are also several long dresses available which are quite similar to the style of the short ones.
This cheery lemonade yellow color is not a particularly common one for weddings, and it is absolutely refreshing. Think about how pretty it would be for a spring or summer wedding, particularly one held in a garden. The blush pink bouquet is a lovely complement to the yellow dresses, and the blue bridesmaid earrings add a fun pop of color.
Chiffon isn’t just for garden parties, as you can see in this sophisticated slate blue Donna Morgan dresses. The draping on the bodices is very chic, and the little silver belt on one of the dresses is simply divine. The slim belt is very flattering to the waist and can also inspire other accessories for the bridesmaids. Silver shoes and a metallic clutch would be fabulous accents to the dress.
Illusion necklines are a huge 2013 wedding trend, and this dress with the sheer straps is a terrific take on the trend. It is more open than a true illusion neckline, while still giving that wonderful sheer effect. And what a nice break for bridesmaids who are tired of wearing strapless dresses. What do you think, brides, could you imagine your bridesmaids in one of these Donna Morgan dresses?