A bride with her bridesmaids in different colors and styles of bridesmaid dresses. A bride with her bridesmaids in different colors and styles of bridesmaid dresses.

how to

mismatch
bridesmaids

Effortlessly assemble a unique look for your
party with our our handy guide to mix and
match bridesmaid dresses

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same color,
different dress

This easy approach is the definition of a win-win. The bride can be blissfully hands-off after selecting the color, each bridesmaid has her say in choosing the style she feels most comfortable wearing (right down to the fabric and length), and everyone is happy.


Book a group styling session to determine which dress looks best on each maid.

2 bridesmaids with champagne in bridesmaid dresses with different necklines

This easy approach is the definition of a win-win. The bride
can be blissfully hands-off after selecting the color, each
bridesmaid has her say in choosing the style she feels most
comfortable wearing (right down to the fabric and length),
and everyone is happy.

Book a group styling session to determine which dress
looks best on each maid.

palette inspo

Dusty Blue

Steel Blue

Marine

Teal Blue

Martini Olive

Juniper

completely
customized

Mixing up every last element—from fabrics, lengths, and silhouettes, to colors, textures, and embellishments—is the ultimate achievement in the world of mismatched bridesmaid dresses.

3 bridesmaids in three different shades of blue bridesmaid dresses.

Mixing up every last element—from fabrics, lengths, and silhouettes, to colors, textures, and embellishments—is the ultimate achievement in the world of mismatched bridesmaid dresses.

palette inspo

Sand

Bellini

Desert Coral

Sedona

Sienna

Cinnamon

ombré
blend

Selecting a range of tones of the same hue is a refreshing take on a cohesive party that requires a little bit of strategy. Choose at least three tones—light, medium, and dark—to allow the color gradation to really come through. Or try a mix of textures! We love dialing up the shine from shimmering satin to dazzling sequins.

A bride with 7 bridesmaids in 3 different shades of red and corals.

Selecting a range of tones of the same hue is a refreshing take on a cohesive party that requires a little bit of strategy. Choose at least three tones—light, medium, and dark—to allow the color gradation to really come through. Or try a mix of textures! We love dialing up the shine from shimmering satin to dazzling sequins.

palette inspo

Petal

Ballet

Quartz

Chianti

Wine

Sangria