Weddings are finally back in swing after a year plus hiatus, and one thing that’s for sure is that we’re all ready to celebrate. While all of the events surrounding a wedding (bachelorette parties, bridal showers, and rehearsal dinners) are tons of fun, they can also get costly when it comes time to find something to wear.
Whether you’re the bride or a guest, these 25+ bridal shower dresses can be worn to various events— no matter the time of year or the venue.
Outfits for the Bride:
When it comes to wearing something that’s festive, ruffles are always a good idea. Stick to something more sophisticated by looking for a dress with subtle ruffle detail, or make a statement with a pick that’s extra feminine.
Silk dresses are a timeless and classy option for the bride who’s having a more formal shower. While they give off an elegant vibe, they can be easily dressed up or down to accompany a variety of occasions.
Try pairing one of these dresses with dainty jewelry and strappy heels for a look that will never go out of style.
Plain white dresses can feel a bit bland to some brides. Add some character to your bridal shower look by shopping for something with belted detail. Choose a dress with a circular or rectangular belt loop, which will accentuate your waist and add a special touch to your outfit.
If you’re more of a low-key bride, these casual dresses are comfy yet event-appropriate picks. Choose something with a ribbed or t-shirt material, or opt for a beachy or summery dress that can be reworn again on vacations or on a night out.
Outfits for Guests:
Although it seems obvious, it’s always a good reminder to note that guests should never wear white to any type of wedding occasion. However, there are still tons of fun and cheerful options that you can rewear long after the special day.
Look for quality, high-end fabrics like chiffon, satin, or silk for more formal showers, and linen or cotton dresses for those that are more casual.
Spring & Summer Dresses
Reach for floral patterns and pastel colors—like light pink, yellow, orange, or blue—for spring and summer wedding events.
It’s also helpful to consider the venue when deciding what to wear. Off-the-shoulder dresses are a chic and practical choice for outdoor soirees while tiered maxi dresses work well for fancier occasions.
Fall & Winter Dresses
For October and November occasions, choose colors that traditionally go along with fall—like olive green, burgundy, or pretty shades of brown. And for events that happen closer to the holiday season—well, they offer up the perfect excuse to wear something with a bit of sparkle.
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