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If you're planning a wedding, one thing you'll need to factor in is what the bridesmaids are going to wear. We've all heard horror stories about brides who choose hideous gowns that just don't suit the women wearing them. No one wants to be Bridezilla! Fortunately, it's relatively easy to pick bridesmaid dresses that look great, don't cost too much, and don't compete with the bridal gown. Here are a few tips to help you select the perfect dresses for your bridesmaids.

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Rule 1 is to control as little as you have to. Lots of brides get caught up in the idea that they have to be in control of everything. But the less you actually have to be in charge of, the lower your stress level will be. Ask your wedding party what their favorite styles are, whether they have any concerns about modesty, and what their measurements are. Then, think about what you want out of your wedding.

If you just want the bridal party to look similar, choose a color and a rough style (such as skirt length and shape) and let the bridesmaids pick their own gown. That way, they control fit, dress type, and cost, and can keep all of them within their personal preferences. If you don't want certain elements in your wedding, be sure to specify. This type of bridesmaid gown selection process is the easiest on everyone. Of course, it won't work for every wedding - truly formal weddings may require all bridesmaids to match. In this case, try to reach a compromise that will work well on all your bridesmaids, without making anyone feel like "the ugly one" or exceeding the amount they can pay.

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Take into consideration the body shapes of your bridesmaids. If they all have similar figures, it's much easier to find a style that flatters that figure. If you have an assortment of body shapes, which is probably likely, pick the style that looks the best on most of them while not looking a complete disaster on the others.

Remember that formal weddings call for longer gowns, and that you'll want to stick to a relatively limited color palette. The bridesmaids should look good, but they should also blend in and not take attention away from you. After all, it's your big day to shine. Get everyone fitted wearing the correct shoes and undergarments, and remind your bridesmaids not to lose a lot of weight right before the wedding. Otherwise, their dresses might not fit. At minimum, the bridesmaids shouldn't make any major physical changes after the last fitting.

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Shop around for the best prices on gowns for your bridesmaids, too. Whether they're buying them for themselves, or you're helping with the cost, no one wants to pay more than they have to. Discount shops and online retailers can often offer a good price. Just remember that a gown needs to be available in a wide range of sizes - the last one on the rack isn't an option when you're dressing several people. Take the time to think about what works best on your bridesmaids. Remember that you don't have to be a micro manager, and you'll have no problem getting a great looking wedding party without much stress.



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