Bridesmaids Dresses A Fashion Editor Would Wear 

Bridesmaids Dresses A Fashion Editor Would Wear 
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You know the drill: best friend/sister asks you to be her bridesmaid, you spend the next 12 months panicking about what you're going to have to wear. We've trawled the stores to ensure you love your dress just as much as the bride loves hers.

First up, just as white is no longer obligatory for brides, pastels needn't be the go-to for bridesmaids. Dove grey and navy are trending for chic city weddings and flatter pretty much every skin tone. Or, if all of your bridesmaids are of the go bold or go home school of thought, try IRO's mustard yellow asymmetric number. 

Slinky slip styles aren't off the menu either, as long as the location permits. The high street is a great place to start as well as independent labels. Think Reformation, ASOS and Missguided.

For sunnier climes, look to Reiss and Boutique Moschino for show-stopping midi styles (in which case don't forget heels.) 

Your maids dress shouldn't be something you can only wear once, either. If you're looking for a timeless style, then Galvan and Michelle Mason should be top of your list. Or for a more budget-friendly option (and bridal gowns too) look to H&M, & Other Stories and River Island.

This summer, we’re all about floral prints for a look that is on trend but still wedding appropriate. Vilshenko’s silk slip dress is the dream, and we're big fans of Topshop’s floral and frill combo.

Get ready to fall for our bridesmaid edit...

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