I probably have more ideas for bridesmaid dresses than my own wedding dress. My bridesmaids are all different heights, weights, body shapes, and ages (5'1" to 5'10", mini- to extra-large, and 22-35!), so I am planning to give each of them at least two options so that everyone feels comfortablebecause you know what looks better in wedding pictures than everyone matching? Having everyone look happy!
But, I can't put the vote to the girls, because I don't want anyone's feelings to be hurt if they get outvoted. ;) So instead, I put it to you! What say ye? (Note: all of these dresses are in roughly the same price rangefrom $190 to $230, except for the cheapy Option IV at $135.) Vote below!
Dessy tea-length lace dress over matte satin. Cap sleeves with deep-V, or strapless with optional spaghetti straps. Black lace; undecided satin color (either black, ivory, venetian gold, or mossif you vote for these dresses, you can specify the satin color in the comments). Cost: ~$190-220.
Watters prism shantung knee-length dress. V-neck, or strapless with draped neckline. Olivine two-tone. Cost: ~$190-220
Vera Wang silk twill and satin cocktail dress. Forest two-tone. Cost: $220 (left), $230 (right).
David's Bridal cotton sateen short dress with inseam pockets. Black. Cost: $135 ($115 if I get my dress there also). I actually already have the one with straps in Watermelon for my mom's wedding; it's plain, but fabulously comfortable.