Aisle Style: Nude and Rose Gold Bridesmaids

Nude bridesmaids dresses are one of our favorite neutrals of all time. They blend seamlessly with any color palette but can skew glamorous, rustic, or shabby chic, depending on the dress (try that with fuschia.) So when you take the biggest bridesmaids ensemble element, and make it so versatile, you can’t go wrong. In fact, you can make it even more versatile by having your girls purchase Two Birds gowns! They’re the convertible bridesmaids dresses that can be styled and wrapped in 15 different ways to flatter every body type. They’re gorgeous in every color (seriously), but today we’re swooning for the neutral long bridesmaids dress and adding a pop of rose gold. This gown doesn’t require any alterations because the wrapping makes it adjustable, but all bridesmaids dresses are typically long on the average ‘maid, so a boost up from a fabulous but comfortable pair of platform sandals never hurts. These Guess “Krislyn3” sandals are pitch perfect, picking up the same nude shade as the gown and adding a dash of rose gold sparkle to add interest. A soft bouquet full of natural colors gets a boost from rose gold spray-painted succulents and hala leaves and pairs perfectly with her own treasured rose gold jewelry. And finally, she can cap things off with a fabulous new rose gold clutch to seal the deal!

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