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Bridesmaid dresses can go beyond the “mismatched” trend; they can be daring, different, and even dramatic.

If you are looking for out-of-the-ordinary bridesmaid dresses, here are some ideas:

Patterned dresses can look very lovely and are a great alternative to solid colored plain dresses.

You can’t have a country style wedding without incorporating Cowboy Boots with simple, but cute Cotton Dresses.

(Don’t forget, you can use clutches instead of bouquets.)

Casual, Everyday dresses used as bridesmaid dresses are cute and affordable because the bridesmaids may be able to use something from their own closest.

Knee Length or Maxi dresses look great for a beach wedding; using bright colors and a cut that flows in the wind, will help pictures to come out fun, summery, and “beachy.”

The bride can never be out-done on her wedding day, so there should be no fear in having bridesmaids wear All White Dresses too; this looks pure and elegant.

Honestly, I do not believe that wearing black or using black in your wedding creates “bad luck”; All Black bridesmaid dresses look nice and classy, especially with white or bright colored bouquets.

A 50’s style is great for a rockabilly couple or someone just looking for something different.

Bridesmaids with a “Pop of Color” spruce up a solid color dress.

(These are actually a skirt and top! So cute and flattering for many body types!)

Striped dresses look fun and flirty and are quite different from the usual bridesmaid dress.

Tiered dresses are cute and can work with many body types.

Toga styled, one shouldered flowing dresses, are gorgeous and would look very cute with a headpiece or headband.

Sailor inspired dresses are adorable for a beach, yacht, or harbor wedding.

Animal Print is bold and beautiful.

A unique spin can be put on Accessories too by wearing stockings, headbands/headpieces, or patterned or colored heels/booties/boots/ or flats.

Don’t be afraid to be sassy while staying classy at your wedding!

In Love,

The RiL Girls