As we come to the end of The Bridesmaid issue, we wanted to make sure we popped in one last roundup. We know you might be getting ahead by making plans for next year, so today, we’re talking bridesmaid gowns.
Not just any bridesmaid gowns though, oh no, this is all about brightly patterned bridesmaid gowns. Because in a world where everything is a little grey right now, why not have your very favourite people wear every dose of bright colour they possibly can?
Today we’ve rounded up our favourite labels – from homegrown and Aussie, to international favourites. Each has beautiful patterns and each has options that are beautifully wedding ready! Scroll on to shop!
Australian homegrown brand Obus Clothing is a favourite for bold prints and patterns. They bring out new designs seasonally with plenty of jumpsuits, dresses and separates which easily mix and match. The frock above, titled the “Dangerous & Delicate” dress that beautiful blend of a bold print, on a chic black base – so actually able to be worn again! See Obus in action at a wedding here.
Modcloth is always a must-visit for vintage-inspired dresses with an incredibly huge variety to choose from. Completely online, they stock brands from around the world and their search filters are fabulous – so you can quickly and easily find exactly what you’re looking for. See them in action at our weddings over here.
If there ever was a brand that was the first that comes to one’s mind for bright prints, it has to be Gorman. Every season there are bright and beautiful pieces, easy to mix and match and such a statement for that walk down the aisle. Make the most of the brand’s accessories too – think cover-ups, earrings, hair scarves for a little pop of colour. We’ve got plenty of weddings that have featured Gorman pieces over here.
I could not be in more in love with the vibrant and bright beauties from Mister Zimi. Beautifully designed midi dresses, maxi dresses, mini dresses, jumpsuits and tops make these gowns such a winner for bridesmaid looks. See them in action, wedding style, here.
There are honestly, what feels like endless bright and beautiful options over at Little Party Dress. These guys have every print you could imagine – from seasonal favourites to abstract, to polka dot. Their styles are endless too – from wrap gowns and mini dresses, midi and maxi dresses to jumpsuits and playsuits alongside plenty of accessories (check out their sequin jackets).
Plum Pretty Sugar is known for their feminine getting ready robes, but did you know they also design bridesmaid frocks? If abstract pattern isn’t your jam you’re going to want to consider the feminine florals Plum Pretty Sugar creates. These guys have got everything in fab florals – convertible gowns, maxi and midi gowns, plus size gowns, maternity gowns – you name it! See Plum Pretty Sugar in real weddings here.
Variety Hour Studio is a little independent brand that has to get onto your radar. Based out of Melbourne, this is a brand that is not just stunning with its designs, but also a sustainable clothing producer. There are frocks, there are tops and there are jumpsuits and skirts, All pieces that are completely wedding ready and all pieces that you can wear again.
Sydney brand Made 590 is homegrown and home loved. They’ve grown from being a little store in Sydney’s Newtown to being an online store selling beautifully printed pieces across the globe. Ethically produced, these guys produce really unique prints with plenty of homegrown flavour. Plenty of dresses (their current “Heartbreak High” print collection and “Borrowed Wattle” collection (pictured above) both so wedding-ready.
Show Me Your Mumu is all about that effortless, boho style with plenty of print. Although they have an everyday collection, what you’re going to want to get your hands on is their bridesmaid and wedding range. We’ve got real-life weddings with these guys in action over here.