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5 Ways to Belt Bridesmaid Dresses

5 Ways to Belt Bridesmaid Dresses- Now, the popular wedding dress trend of adding a sash to your dress, isn't just for brides. Bridesmaid dresses too, look great when belted. The belt can be part of the dress or something you add on.

A belted bridesmaid dress draws the eye, flatters the waist, and is a great way of tying in wedding colors. 

1. A long flowy dress looks stunning when belted with a solid color sash. 


2.  Two-tone bridesmaid dresses pop when belted with a metalic color. 


3. A bigger bolder belt is a fun way to call out your maid of honor. 


4. The same color belt creates a flattering silhouette in a more subtle way. 

 5. Belts aren't just for long dresses either. Add a sash to a short bridesmaid dress as a fun accent piece. 

images provided by David's Bridal

Which belted bridesmaid dress is your favorite?

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O my !! These dresses are all so beautiful !! I find it hard to choose just one !! They all look amazingly beautiful !!!

January 28, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterrose

Wow! These dresses are so unbelievable!

February 4, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterElla

Nice touch! a great way to make a dress more beautiful!

February 26, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterUnique Wedding Favors

A great collection for special events...like wedding & birthday parties. All designed are so impressive.

April 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMelbourne chauffeur

All the dresses are lovely and I am thinking of making similar cocktail plus size dress for myself to wear for a wedding cocktail party.

January 17, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterHeidi Thomas

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