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Jim Hjelm Occasions Fall 2014 Bridesmaid Dresses

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Trendy, fashion-forward bridesmaid dresses is what Jim Hjelm Occasions does best. In the designer's Fall 2014 collection, expect floor-length, feminine, flowing pieces in daring reds and deep purples as well as more traditional blush and navy. Illusion necklines, rompers, two-toned and asymmetrical pieces also make an appearance this season. Versatility and variety make... read more

Let Your Maid Of Honor Dress Stand Out (These Brides Did!)

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All of your bridesmaids are special, but there's a reason why your Maid of Honor is your Maid of Honor -- she is your closest friend and (to paraphrase Mindy on the Mindy Project) the top tier of your best friends. Whether it's your sister or best friend let her know how important she is... read more

What Should My Pregnant Bridesmaid Wear?

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"Wedding Stress! One of my bridesmaids just found out she was pregnant and due the month before my wedding. Unfortunately she lost the baby, but will be continuing to try again. Knowing that she could be pregnant between now and my wedding day how should I approach bridesmaid dress shopping? I don't want her to... read more

Badgley Mischka Fall 2014 Bridesmaid Dresses

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From a classic ballroom affair to a hip hotel rooftop, the new collection by Badgley Mischka will have your bridesmaids feeling their fanciest. These colors and fabrics are super sophisticated so they'll love wearing whatever style you choose.

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How Do I Get a Mismatch Look for My Bridesmaids?

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"All my bridesmaids have completely different body types. I want them to all feel beautiful and comfortable. And I don't mind the mismatched look. But what guidelines should I follow?" --jbirdie9784 The secret to pulling off a mismatched look for your bridesmaids is stick to one designer. This will cut the guess work out... read more

And the Winning Bridesmaids Dresses for The Knot Dream Wedding Are…

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We loved all four of the bridesmaids looks, but you voted and the winner is... the Amsale graphite gown! This silk crinkle chiffon one-shoulder gown in graphite has an asymmetrical peplum and a sweetheart neckline. And if you loved this look (which clearly you did!)... we have more bridesmaids gown inspiration for you!... read more

A Little Mermaid Themed Wedding (#Wow)

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For a Disney lover like me, there are not enough words to write how unbelievably awesome this Disney-inspired wedding is. We appreciate a bride committed to her theme -- this Princess Ariel bride found her Prince Eric and celebrated with some "Under the Sea" magic. Check out the photos! > The top... read more

6 Ways to Reuse Your Bridesmaid Dress for Halloween

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Maybe you were a bridesmaid at a themed wedding, or your dress from a wedding 10 years ago is still hanging in your closet -- either way, it's time you find some way that you can "totally wear it again." Here are six. What are you being for Halloween? Does it involve something you wore... read more

Bridesmaid Look To Try: Flirty Peplum Dresses

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We're always scouring our sister site, The Blush, for the latest aisle-friendly fashion and beauty tips -- this week, we spotted a roundup of flirty peplum looks and couldn't help but wonder how they'd play into bridesmaid looks. Our final verdict? With a silhouette that's waist-cinching and fashion-forward, it's a bold and flattering... read more

Classic Bridesmaid Looks by Bari Jay

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Bridesmaid dresses -- they're more complicated than you think. Thanks to lines like Bari Jay, picking effortlessly stylish looks for the girls (that they'll actually love) just got a whole lot easier. Naturally, we snapped photos of the season's standout looks, but our favorite was a flirty cocktail-style dress in a fresh (and new!)... read more
Accept that you might not actually be able to press pause on the compulsive wedding chatter. Hey, you're excited, and that's cool! But expecting one or two people to listen to all of it? Too much. Share the love. Spread the obsessing out over a wider circle of friends (that's what cubemates are for, right?) and space it out, so you can spare them all, including your fiance, from bride (that would be you) burnout.
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