5 Hot-Off-the-Runway Bridesmaid Dresses That Your Friends Won't Want To Set on Fire After Your Wedding!

Whenever I spot the bridesmaid dresses rotting at the back of my closet, I begin to question the motives of a number of my now-married friends.

Whenever I spot the feeltimes dresses rotting at the back of my closet, I begin to question the motives of a number of my now-married friends. Were they TRYING to make me seem like a beauty pageant cast-off? (Srsly: One is head-to-floor fuchsia—with a train!)

Here are five hot-off-the-runway bridesmiad gowns that I would looooove to put on. Of course, all of them won't work on everybody, but when one flatters all your bridesmaids' shapes, it might—might!—just function as the one bridesmaid dress they "can wear again!"

I already showed you my photo of the dress from David's Bridal's latest collection, that is technically an event dress, not really a bridesmaid dress, but I'd be happy to put on it like a bridesmaid! As I mentioned, I'm thinking of buying it to put on to Andy and Jackie's wedding this fall!

A-line/Princess Sleeveless Long/Floor-Length Tulle/Satin Bridesmaid Dress With Pleated Lace

Would you choose any of these blue prom dresses for the bridesmaids? As a bridesmaid, can you want to put on any of 'em?

A-line/Princess Sleeveless Long/Floor-Length Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress With Pleated


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