34 Beautiful Lace Bridesmaids' Dresses
Wedding dresses aren't the only types of gowns that look great when done in intricate, delicate lace. In fact, we think every bride should consider dressing her bridesmaids in this popular bridal fabric, too. Lace bridesmaids' dresses are romantic, stylish, and totally on-trend—from traditional head-to-toe lace numbers to gowns adorned with a sprinkling of lace appliqués, ornate dresses for the bridal party seem to be everywhere now.
What's more, there's a way to make lace work for your group of 'maids and your specific wedding style. If you favor a classic look, and will be wearing a traditional wedding dress, ask your girls to don an understated, elegant style. Donna Morgan's "Deja" dress or or Watters' "Hudson" gown are two good choices. Planning a more casual event? Don't discount lace. Reformation's "Montego" dress or Joanna August's "Lacey" wrap option would both be at home in a garden setting or on a beach. If you're nervous about your 'maids wearing gowns that too closely resemble a wedding dress, try something a little sexier. Lingerie-inspired gowns, like Fame & Partners' "Celestine" design, leave just enough to the imagination.
If you're looking to add an air of elegance to your wedding, dress your 'maids in ;a high-necked lace style, like Jenny Yoo's "Nadya." Going glam? Take a formal approach by choosing gowns that feature sequin-dotted lace, like the numbers we found from Morgan & Co. and Amsale. Whether you like knee- or floor-length, strapless or with sleeves, fitted or flowy, there's bound to be a lace bridesmaids' dress out there for your wedding and your girls.
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Watters "Hudson" Lace Bridesmaids Dress, $450,
Reformation "Montego" Dress, $428,
Fame and Partners
Fame and Partners "The Twilight" Dress, $299,
Watters "Desiree" Lace Bridesmaids Dress, $295,