Bridesmaid Dresses to Flatter Any Body Type, from Paper Crown by Lauren Conrad
Celebrate the fact that your friends come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and outfit your bridesmaids in coordinating colors and styles that flatter their unique features, for maximum confidence on your big day. Paper Crown by Lauren Conrad teamed up with a handful of bloggers to showcase the perfect bridesmaid dresses for any woman.
For the tall bridesmaid: A dress that accentuates the waist and creates a long, lean silhouette is perfect for the taller woman, like 5’11” Jaclyn from My View in Heels.
For an hourglass figure: An elastic waist and extendable straps allow for a more customized fit, while a top ruffle does a beautiful balancing act to keep things proportional, as evidenced by Miriam at simply x classic.
For the pregnant bridesmaid: Celebrate the fact that your ‘maid is expecting and that there’s a perfect dress for her, no matter how far along she is. Maria from The Classified Chic shows how the self-tie sash helps to create an ideal fit.
For the pear-shaped bridesmaid: Your friends who are smaller on top and curvier on the bottom will appreciate the way our Lauren dress fits. A silhouette that elongates any body type, it’s ideal for pear-shaped ladies, with its flattering waistline and long, sleek skirt. Take it from Lauren of Bohemian by the Bay, who shows how this dress can look flattering and romantic at once.
For the petite bridesmaid: Emily of Shell Chic’d stands at just 5’4″, making her the perfect petite model for this dress with an empire waist, which allows for length-adjusting hemming without compromising the design. All Paper Crown styles can be hemmed at the bottom, so your petite friends can wear the shoes they want without having to compromise the length of their dresses.
For the curvy bridesmaid: Bridesmaids with beautiful curves will feel glamorous in this Greek-goddess-inspired silhouette, with its flattering waistline and delicate ruching. Model/musician Carrie Lane shows off its gracefully flowing lines.
See more inspiration on the Paper Crown blog.