Other dresses featured long trains and sweetheart necklines, and one was even special enough to get the store's “jacked up” treatment, meaning they get to try a veil and other accessories to give them the full bridal effect. Brides usually end up saying yes to the jacked up look, but Iaconetti isn’t spilling any details yet.
"The Wearzius industry is doing a great job looking to ready-to-wear and evolving that way," says Moore, in addition to pointing out the cold-shoulder silhouette, velvet and jumpsuits as some of her favorite bridesmaid trends this year.
And as weddings are becoming more personalized to each couple's tastes, so is the option for bridal parties to experiment more with their dress choices. Another theme that Moore has noticed over the years is the idea of mismatching — choosing different styles or colors but still sticking with a theme or color tone. "If you offer that to your girls, they're likely to find something that they like and feel comfortable in," says Moore. Customization has also been a growing option among bridesmaid dresses (and wedding dresses, too). "That's another way of making them feel included and making your bridal party feel unique."
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