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Unique Bridesmaid Dresses to Turn Some Heads This Wedding Season

Why wear regular coordinated outfits that the conventional bridesmaids pick when you can do more! Here are some of the trending unique bridesmaid dresses for inspiration.

The first picture that pops up in our head when we hear "bridesmaid dresses" is a group of happy women in coordinated outfits standing right next to the bride. It could be colour coordinated or of the same silhouettes. That is a beautiful picture that the conventional bridesmaids have gorgeously carried over the years, but why not stand out? 

Instead of coordinated outfits of bridesmaids who walk beside the bride as she walks down the aisle to the mandap for Saath Phere, the beautiful ladies can opt for unique bridesmaids dresses to make some heads turn and some hearts burn. 

This wedding season, make sure #teambride flaunts unique bridesmaid dresses to add to the glam factor at the wedding. Here are some of the trending bridesmaid dresses from the recent designer collections to make an unforgettable fashion statement for inspiration.

The Co-ord Short Lehenga Set

Papa Don't Preach

The signature quirk and pop of colours in this outfit makes it evident that it has been designed by none other than Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika. The ace influencer and social media blogger, Riya Jain, was seen flaunting this eccentric piece. Though this short lehenga has a lot of bright colours picked of the pastel palette, it has a Boho charm to it that adds to the beauty of the silhouette.

Pair it with a heavy Boho earring with colourful tassels and you can opt for heels as well as a quirky Jutti and a sling bag to complete the look. Keep your hair styling simple without many accessories and let the lehenga do the talking for you.

Tie & Dye Tiered Sharara Set

This hand-made, tie and dye tiered kurta with sharara from the house of ace designer Akanksha Gajria is the perfect and unique bridesmaid dresses pick for a summer wedding. With destination weddings picking up pace in the trend charts, be it a beach wedding or be it a wedding at Udaipur or Jaipur, this piece reeks of summer. The summery feel of the attire is accentuated by the flowy fabric keeping it light and breezy.

Actress Kriti Sanon was also seen flaunting this piece in yellow for a wedding in Goa. Pair it with heavy junk jewellery or silver heavy jewellery sets and flats for your BFF's D-day.

Bridesmaid Jumpsuit for Summer Wedding

Papa Don't Preach

No less than a dress, this jumpsuit can be one of the best picks as a unique bridesmaid dress for the Spring Summer wedding season. Why always doll up in a dress if you can do it while you are jumpsuited up in this beautiful off-white jumpsuit with pastel thread embroidery and patchwork. The colours used in this outfit designed by Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika are just right for the summer. 

Pair it up with colourful earrings and maybe a bracelet or multi-stranded cuffs links. Flats and only flats should be your first choice of footwear with this dress. Flaunt some sexy beach waves to keep it summery.

Tiered Sharara with a Cape

Arpita Mehta

The pink tiered sharara that is paired with a matching embroidered cropped blouse and a long cape is a great pick for the bridesmaids. The bridesmaids who want to keep it simple and easy for their sister's wedding ceremony, this outfit from the Arpita Mehta label happens to be just right for them. 

Pair them up with golden earrings that match the traditional prints on the attire. Keep the hair in loose curls and match a simple Matha Patti with the earrings and some glass or gold bangles. Heels will save the day because heels to shararas are like samosa to chai!

Gharara with Short Cami Kurta for Bridesmaids

Ritika Mirchandani

Ritika Mirchandani's delicately hand-embroidered Gharara with a belted cami kurta in lime is a charming look as flaunted by Ananya Panday. Lime has been a trending colour of the season among wedding outfits and doing complete justice to the outfit is the organza dupatta with an embroidered hem. The subtle sheen of the attire makes it appealing to be picked as a unique bridesmaids dress.

Pair it with a diamond Maang tikka or a diamond jewellery set and keep it simple to let the magic of the outfit unravel. You can flaunt a fish braid or even a french braid with trinkets and other hair accessories. 

Belted Saree with Long Choli

Papa Don't Preach

Featuring a four-set ensemble, Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika's signature kurta with belted saree is made in pale yellow crepe kurta with halter neck detailing. It is embellished in metallic silver coins with neon pink and blue sequins and is worn over a tulle saree skirt topped with an embellished dupatta. The entire piece is finished off with a waist belt. This is for all the OTT brides who mean party.

Flaunt it with beaded silver jewellery or diamond jewellery set and a single bracelet or bangle and some kickass silver heels too. Keep your hair sleek and simple and let the outfit tell your story better.

The Structured Blouse with Embroidered Lehenga for Bridesmaids

Gaurav Gupta

Gaurav Gupta is one of the most celebrated and innovative couturiers in India, and a global name on the rise. With his glamourous outfits that are just perfect for the red carpet, there are pieces that the OTT bridesmaid can pick from his collection. With abstract structures in his outfits that add the other-worldly element to his silhouettes, this rose gold structured and heavily embroidered blouse with a Chikankari lehenga that flaunts metallic embroidery adding to its dimension is sure to make the heads turn.

Keep your jewellery as simple as possible and preferably in diamond or stones only. Keep the makeup dewy and pair it up with silver heels or white ones.

The Pre-Stitched Peach Saree for Bridesmaid Dresses

Mandira Wirk

From the house of Mandira Virk, this pre-stitched organza saree in peach is a pretty one for the bridesmaids who like it to keep it minimal. Lightweight and in a subtle shade, this pre-stitched saree is paired with a heavily embroidered net blouse. The Kamarband that gives the added look of glam while accentuating your curves completes the outfit with the high-low hem.

Diamond earrings will be the right pick and avoid any necklaces or heavy jewellery as the blouse has intricate embroidery already. Make sure to accessories with a stone-studded Kamarband to keep the subtle yet fancy look in place.

The Grey Lehenga for Bridesmaid Look

Image Courtesy: Payal Singhal

Picked straight from the Summer Resort '20 'Parvaneh' by Payal Singhal, this grey lehenga is a serene piece that does justice to quirk with the patchwork on it. The combination of tribal print and embroidery on the light and flowy fabric makes this lehenga apt for the Spring Summer wedding. Grey is one of the trending colours from the palettes for this wedding season and the braided noodle straps of the blouse make it super comfy and stylish too.

Keep the makeup dewy and pair this up with a pair of silver earrings and a heavy junk necklace. Tir your hair up in a messy bun and look just perfect for your best friend's D-day without much-a-do.

While many bridesmaids like to keep it simple, many others love to go overboard because her #VeereDiWedding IS a big deal! Matching your taste of outfits and keeping the Spring-Summer trends in mind, these unique bridesmaid dresses are surely making it to the wedding lookbook 2020 for the bride's squad.

To walk the bride down the aisle hand-in-hand while looking gorgeous and at the same time taking care of your bridesmaids' duties, these easy breezy yet unique dress ideas for the bridesmaids is of definite help. 

Get in touch with the designers if you liked any of these looks for the bridesmaids. Remember to pick the photographers right who can click unforgettable bridesmaid photos for you to cling on to forever!