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Finding the perfect dress for your bridesmaids can be just as challenging as the hunt for the perfect wedding dress. But with our wide selection of styles and sizes, from petite to plus size, you’re sure to not only find a dress that looks great, but one that fits and feels great too.

We offer a vast collection of styles, including everything from chiffon bridesmaid dresses to formal and beaded bridesmaid dresses, perfect for any kind of wedding. Whether you’re looking for flowing, chiffon bridesmaid dresses for a beach wedding, a chic lace dress for a more traditional wedding or an intricately beaded bridesmaid dress for a black tie wedding, you're sure to find the right bridesmaid dress for you.

Are long bridesmaid dresses in style?

Long dresses remain the top choice for bridesmaids. It’s not every day a woman gets to enjoy the feeling of surrounding herself in luxurious fabrics, beading, and the feeling of elegance. Likewise, there are few days in a person’s life as special as the wedding of a loved one. It’s easy to see why the most luxurious option wins every time.

There is a functional aspect as to why long dresses remain in style for bridesmaids and that is uniformity. If your group of loyal bridesmaids don’t all happen to be the same height, then getting their hems to match each other can be nearly impossible. When striving for a clean look of uniformity for wedding day photos, long dresses prove their dedication to the cause time and time again.

Where should a long bridesmaid dress fall?

There are three options to choose from, you either want your dress to hover above the ground, kiss the floor or pool around your feet. A dress that hovers will show off your fancy shoes and keep your hem out of the dirt. A hem that kisses the floor is the standard look for bridesmaids, this hem makes you look long and graceful in your dress.

While the hem lengths mentioned previously are great standards to live by, some styles of dresses were designed to have a pool around the hem. Have a closer look when shopping to see if there is a modest train on the dress. Also, if a dress is designed with volume in the skirt then it's best to leave the dress extra-long.

What kind of lace is used for bridesmaid dresses?

While there are many different ways to make lace, all lace (or at least the majority) is inspired by natural florals and fresh blooms. Another reason why we love lace is how the sheerness can make a very full design look so delicate and light like a feather.

The feminine lace materials used in the Adrianna Papell bridesmaids’ dresses have been decorated further with embroidery, sequins and beading. There are a few styles that feature 3D lace so the flowers and their leaves on your dress will move with you and appear so breathtakingly alive. Other styles of bridesmaid’s dresses have just enough metallic thread embroidered throughout to ensure you shine under the lights.

Can lace bridesmaid dresses be altered?

Without a doubt, all bridesmaids' dresses can be altered by your local tailor. Keep in mind that it’s much more convenient to make a dress smaller rather than to make a dress larger. We advise you to choose a size up if you’re between sizes, so your tailor has material to work with.

Also, keep in mind that it can take weeks if not months to have a dress altered. Contact your local tailor right away to make sure they’ll have your dress ready on time for this very special occasion.