"Mothers are moving away from basic tan and choosing rich colors such as lavender and blue," says Leigh Anne Heinz, Tiffany's Bridal Manger. "When choosing a color, it's a good idea for both mothers to consult with the bride so that they complement, not upstage, her wedding day look."
Separates remain a favored choice for bridesmaids, as do A-line gowns with their wonderful ability to look flattering on a variety of figures and require minimum alterations. While it can be a challenge to find a gown that all your bridesmaids like, it's well worth the effort. Not only will your friends be happy with you and your choice, but they'll also look fantastic on your big day.
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