Is the Fashion World Over Matching Bridesmaid Dresses?

Adrianna Barrionuevo

When a fashion influencer says "I do," all eyes are on the gown or tux—and the bridal party's ensembles. Giovanna Battaglia recently wed in a custom lavish Alexander McQueen gown while her bridesmaids wore a trend we've been seeing a lot of: mismatched bridesmaid dresses.

This is not the first time we've seen this fashion statement at a stylish fête. Bridesmaids at Anthony Kendal and Rossa Prendergast's Lismore Castle ceremony donned designer dresses in different prints and silhouettes. While the traditional route is to have a bridal party wear matching dresses, the fashion crowd takes a liking to letting individuals express their own fashions sensibilities. Such was the case at Gabriella Campagna and Mario Milana's nuptials in Cali, Colombia, where bridesmaids wore floor-length dresses in every shade of pink—from a pale pastel to a deep berry—but no two matched. The more we come across this, the more we deem it a bridal trend—but don't take our word for it; see it for yourself.

Check out the fashion-forward weddings where bridesmaids wore mismatched dresses, and keep scrolling to shop our picks inspired by them.

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