If you've been a bridesmaid before, you probably know the age old problem with bridesmaid dresses -- they can only be worn once and then you're left with a dress sitting in your closet for years. There are ways that you can repurpose your bridesmaid dress, but why not avoid the problem all together and go for a skirt? There is so much more flexibility with skirts; you can easily dress them up for the wedding and dress them down for night out with your friends!
We've launched a new collection of skirts that are perfect for bridesmaids and can easily be mixed and matched for a more casual look. For the wedding, match the skirts with a lace, sequins or silk top accented with a beautiful rhinestone sash. After the wedding, you can dress the skirts down by pairing it with a casual t-shirt, crop top or button up for a chic city look!
The possibilities for styling these skirts are endless, but here's a little inspiration!
Add some sparkle with a sequin maxi skirt or pencil skirt! Our Gigi and Lucy sequins skirts will definitely light up the room. These skirts add a bit of glam to an everyday outfit and the perfect finishing touch for any special occasion.
(left: Gigi in gold; right: Hailey in blush)
(similar: Gigi Skirt in silver)
(similar: Lucy in copper)
(Lucy in black)
Flowy Chiffon Skirts
Soft chiffon skirts look just as beautiful in weddings as they do at summer rooftop parties. If you are feeling a little more daring, try a chiffon shirt with a slit! We've seen every "it" girl sport slit skirts at red carpet events to a casual day hanging out with friends.
(left: Zoey in dusty pink; middle: Hailey in blush; right: Hailey in heather grey)
(from left to right: Hailey in champagne, custom high-low Kimmy in ivory, Hailey in blush, Hailey in heather grey)
The classic satin circle skirt has been a staple among the most stylish fashion icons of all time -- including Audrey Hepburn and Carolina Herrera. The feminine and timeless silhouette elevates any outfit. We love it for brunch with our girl friends as much as we do for a bridesmaid.
(Emily in mint)
(Similar: Emily in Black)
Hope you enjoyed these looks! What do you think about choosing a skirt for your bridesmaids?