The Stylish Black and White Bridesmaid Dresses

There are many styles and colors to come with the designs of bridesmaid dresses, many brides choosing the ones that will eventually match the color scheme or the theme of their wedding. The same happens with the weddings that are performed with the choice of black and white color scheme.

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Black and White Bridesmaid Dresses

You would have to find black and white bridesmaid dresses to match with the ambiance of your wedding. But even if you do not have this colors scheme, you still can choose this combination as long as there are many stylish creations that fashion designers have come up for dressing your best friends within the unfolding of your important day.

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Black and White Bridesmaid Dresses

As such you can find short dresses in the A-line style with sweetheart neckline that presents spaghetti straps or without. They can be of the bodice colored in white while the skirt is black and a black and white silk sash wrapped around the waistline tied in a bow decorating the front side of the skirt.

Black and White Bridesmaid Dresses Source

Black and White Bridesmaid Dresses

Or you can choose full length black and white bridesmaid dress that is completely black in the empire style with white halter neck detail and white petticoat longer than the length of the black dress. There could be also some white silk gloves to match the small insertions of white of the black dress.


How about the black and white bridesmaid dresses that are made of black fabric and printed with white floral motifs or white fabric with black floral or Art Nouveau motifs? They should be of A-line style for a more vintage look with the length ending juts above the knees. You can also choose the column style of a tea length black and white printed dress with cap sleeves (or off the shoulders) to bring in that note of stylish attire to your bridesmaids’ appearance.

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Posted in: Bridesmaids by Alyx | October 25th 2011 | no comments

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