Some of you may be wondering how I decide what item to hunt for next.
OK, fine, probably none of you wonder. But in case you did, the answer is : trade secret. If Colonel Sanders can guard the magic of his crispy chicken skin (chilli, a whole heap of oil, and a little bit of beak?) then I can protect my hunting tricks.
What I can reveal, however, is that this hunt is one of the most popular search items to this site. And yet, up until now did not exist.
So, without further ado, I bring you a showcase of nude / neutral bridesmaid dresses.
I could attempt to describe to you what a nude / neutral scheme means and why it’s so very popular. I think it’s best, though, to use one of my favourite wedding images showcasing the palette. It ticks the trend box of neutral ; mismatched and my favourite bridesmaid dress trend : dresses that make the girls look good. // Tumblr
If you’re planning to go down this mis-matched route, and potentially letting the girls go and pick their own dress, I’d strongly advise you provide them with some guidelines. First of all, give them an approximate colour palette to stay within. A quick browse of the Dulux website for example will deliver complementary nude colour blocks like the one above. Secondly give them some guidelines on style, such as all short, or all maxi length.
If you’re opting for short – a great choice for a youthful look, a warm weather wedding and an occassion with a more bohemian feel – these are two nude bridesmaid dresses that would complement each other nicely // ASOS .
But of course, you don’t have to go mis-matched. There are many fantastic examples out there of Bridesmaid parties dressed either way, so to finish the hunt, I’ll leave you with a few to enjoy.
Soft neutral / peach strapless // Tumblr
Wood Nymph Bridesmaids // Tumblr
One-shoulder neutral grecian goddess dresses // Style Me Pretty
Nude Bridesmaid Dresses : consider yourself hunted.
What do you think about the colour palette?
Do you love it? Or is it just not your style?