Jenni writes: "Hi there! Long-time reader, second-time requester. I'm in my friend's wedding in September and she's on a quest to find the perfect bridesmaid dresses in either peach or mint green. Her wedding has a simple, vintage-y vibe and her own dress will be lace (and gorgeous!). She really likes this Ann Taylor dress and this Suzi Chin but she'd like other options, potentially less expensive (she's mostly thinking of me here, since I'm in 3 weddings this year!). She likes chiffon best and doesn't want the dress to be super "bridesmaid-y." She was even flirting with the idea of gauzy skirts and a blousy white top option (thank you, pinterest) if you want to throw in a few of those options. Thanks!"
First off, holy bridal gown! That thing is beautiful. And what a great friendship you two seem to have. The colors y'all chose are sensational. You're going to look like a vision no matter which shade you go with. As for the blouse-and-skirt option, make sure you add some shape to your frame with a belt so you don't get lost in the chiffon sauce. Have fun!!
1. A Lighter Shade of Peach Dress ($110)
2. Dreaming of Spring Embroidered Dress in Peach ($43)
3. Peaches and Gleam Dress ($93)
4. ASTR Cutout Lace Dress ($64)
5. Miss Selfridge Embellished Waist Lace Dress ($105)
6. Strapless Wrap-Front Chiffon Maxi Dress ($70)
7. Strapless Wrap-Front Chiffon Dress ($70)
8. Georgette Maxi Skirt ($14)
9. High-Low Chiffon Skirt ($15)
10. For Love & Lemons Black Canyon Top ($135)
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