Multiway Bridesmaid Dress Advice!

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    Jessrogers88

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    Hi all,

    I am getting married next year and i'm looking into having a multiway bridesmaid dresses. My bridesmaids are all different shapes and sizes and I figure its a really great way to help them all feel comfortable. Ive heard of a few brands but can anyone else shed any light on any suitables. My budget isn't massive but any help would be really appreciated! Thankyou!

    Jess x
     
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    Becky Administrator

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    Welcome to the forum! :)

    ASOS do multiway bridesmaid dresses, and they have a good selection. They're also pretty good for returns if they're not right - might be worth a try!
     
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    Hiya Jess!

    I think this is a lovely idea and should hopefully keep everyone happy. The only thing I'd be wary of, is that most multi-way dresses don't come in a long sleeve option, which is the most universally flattering style! Before buying I would check in with your bridesmaids if they are all happy to forgo covering their arms. If they are, there are lots of options, I particularly like Two Birds, but I think they are pretty pricey. Otherwise, if one of your ladies prefers a long sleeve, I've seen a few pictures of mismatched bridesmaids dresses which look SUPER cute as long as they are similar in pattern/tone, so I wouldn't be afraid of this option too!

    Hope that helps,

    Nat xx
     
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