Since last year the short sequin dress has become the what to wear dress for festive cocktail parties. Particularly the super chic mid-thigh and long sleeved dress. As it sometimes happens what is hot in the fashion world has seeped into the wedding world.
If you love this glitzy trend why not consider asking your bridesmaids to wear sequined gowns. A short sequined dress can be just as beautiful as a full length gown while being fun too. However, if you choose a short sequined gown you will definitely need to pay a lot of attention to the cut and style of the dress. There are chances of it looking a little bit Broadway, or worse yet like it should be worn at a nightclub.
If you really like the idea of having all of your maids wear short gowns but you cannot find a fully sequined dress that fits your needs, or you want sequins, just not completely covered in them, you can select one with just some sequins. A loose flowing skirt with a fitted all sequin bodice is very pretty and a flattering look on many body types. You could also select simple strapless dresses for the ladies and purchase sequined boleros for them to wear over.
If you are certain that you would like a formal black tie wedding, sequined gowns for your bridesmaids will be a beautiful and elegant choice. If you select something floor length, remember that this look will be sure to bring a lot of added drama. Bridesmaid dresses are always rumored to be ugly. Give your friends a dress that is likely to be re-used.
If you are very particular about being the focal point of the night however a floor length dress for you maids may not be the best choice. However, if your wedding dress has a lot of details long sequined gowns for your maids will mesh well with your style.
Sequins are sure to add lovely touches of glitz and glam. Use a little or a lot depending on the amount of glamour you want to convey. Sequins have really made their way into the wedding circle as of late and in the bridesmaids’ gowns is just one way to showcase your love of things that sparkle.