Now if you have found your dream wedding dress, it’s time to start another gown shopping journey: the quest for the perfect bridesmaid dresses. Check out some very important tips to be taken care of on finding the perfect bridesmaid dresses for you and your besties, below as follows-

Begin by browsing.

Start off by doing some research. You can browse thousands of gowns, bookmark your favourites and share them with your friends. Whether you’re flipping through magazines or browsing online, it’s a good idea to tear out pages or save images to your inspiration board to help zero in on the colors and styles you like best. There are many reference websites available on internet for you to do some research to exactly figure out what you looking for in a bridesmaid dress.

Keep costs in mind.

If any of your friends have been in a bridal party before, they’ll know bridesmaids pay for their own dresses. But a gentle reminder is never a bad idea. When it comes to price, try to be considerate of your friends’ lifestyles. If you’re concerned your wedding might be a financial burden for one or more of your bridesmaids, focus your search on dresses in a more affordable range, or select a color you like and let them pick their own style. Another idea: Take a cue from the guys and consider renting your bridesmaid dresses.

Find the right fit.

A bridesmaid dress is typically ordered using a person’s biggest measurements (from the bust, waist and hips), so your friends will likely buy dresses at least a size larger than they normally wear. If a friend wants to buy a size smaller, let her know it’s much easier to alter a larger dress. Other than that if you buy online then the sizing guide on the portal guides you perfectly to identify your size whether its large, small and medium or else.

 Select a dress shade.

There are several fool proof ways to pick the perfect color. One of the easiest methods is to play off the color schemes of your palette, the venue and the season. For instance, if your wedding will be held at a rustic vineyard with burgundy décor, you might want to rule out clashing hot pink dresses. Rich colors—marsala and emerald—work well in the fall and winter months, while lighter shades—mint and lavender—are perfect for spring and summer. If you’re still at a loss for exactly which hue to choose, go for a general color, like green, and let your bridesmaids pick their favourite shades from light to dark for a trendy, mismatched look.

Find complementary colors.

Also, think about choosing a shade that goes well with a variety of skin tones. Stonewashed colors, pink like blush, grieve (a combination of grey and beige) and sand, are universally flattering and right on trend. Jewel tones (think amethyst, emerald and sapphire) complement fairer complexions, while brighter, bolder hues, like cobalt blue and hot pink, pop against darker skin. Try flattering metallic, like silver, bronze and champagne. If you’re opting for a print, make sure the dominant colors work with your entire bridal party.