9 Affordable Bridesmaids Dresses You Can Buy Online

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Bridesmaids dresses –  another one of those headaches and reasons to lose sleep before your big day. As your big day draws nearer, you’re both excited and nervous at the same time. You’re finally going to marry the guy of your dreams but there’s so much preparation that’s yet to be done! After picking out your desired wedding gown, you realise you still have to get your bridesmaids dresses settled. Since you have to pay for 5-6 dresses, you’re looking to buy them at a pocket-friendly price. The ideal situation would be to get wearable, versatile bridesmaids dresses that your girls can still wear after the wedding!

Don’t fret, we’ve done the legwork and rounded up beautiful and affordable bridesmaids dresses you can easily buy online!

1. Multi-way Convertible Bridesmaids DressesMultiway convertible bridesmaids dresses singapore

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Convertible dresses have always been a hot favourite for bridesmaids dresses because it is super versatile! Allow your bridesmaids to achieve different looks with the same dress so they can all look similar in theme but different in styles. Typically available in a wide range of colours, choose the colour scheme that suits your wedding the best.

The flowy design makes it really easy for your bridesmaids to move around and perform their bridesmaids duties too! With the hot and humid weather, this is the perfect bridesmaids dress for Singapore.

2. Tu Tu Tulle Bridesmaids Dresses

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Tulle bridesmaids dresses are popular because they transform your girls into princesses for the day. Usually layered and puffy, they are fun, flirty and very feminine looking. If your bridesmaids are afraid of the heat, go for shorter ones like these!

Some designs are also convertible, allowing your girls to explore different looks.

3. Lacey Affair

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Bridesmaids dresses with lace designs are often one of the top picks for bridesmaid dress fabrics as they create a elegant, timeless look without being too over the top. This particular design features a halter neck and an asymmetrical skirt to show off those shoulders and accentuate the long legs of your bridesmaids.

The lightweight material is perfect for outdoor weddings held at a garden or by the beach! You wouldn’t want your bridesmaids looking all sweaty in the photos would you?

4. Tier Me Up

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This tiered ruffles trend is super cute and reminds us of the layered wedding cake! Opt for a bridesmaids dress with a flirty neckline to instantly jump on this fashion-forward look.

5. Sweetheart Bustier Bridesmaids Dresses

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Bridesmaids dresses with a sweetheart neckline works to accentuate and enhance the curves of your girls. This is flattering for most body shapes but can be a tad too revealing for bustier ladies, depending on how deep the cut is. However, this is perfect for ladies with smaller assets, since it creates the illusion of a fuller bust. It also works to lengthen the neck and balances out the silhouette. Resembling a heart, there isn’t a style more romantic than this.

We also love the deep thigh slit that allows your bridesmaids to show off their legs! Take a photo for the gram and hashtag #legsfordays!

6. Toga Bridesmaids Dresses

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The flowy, relaxed fit exudes elegance making it perfect for bridesmaids who hate figure-hugging dresses. Picking a bridesmaids dress design with a cinched waistline will provide a flattering hourglass figure while looking appropriately feminine.

Togas are great for softening broad shoulders and transforms your bridesmaids instantly into Grecian goddesses.

7. Ombre Bridesmaids Dresses

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The ombre dress trend has been around for a while now and it shows no signs of going away. If you love ombre hues, moody and dark ombre tones will be perfect for a stylishly dark yet romantic wedding. Wearable and versatile, your bridesmaids will probably be able to wear their ombre bridesmaids dresses for other wedding receptions as well!

8. Shine Bright Like A Diamond

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Be extra, be shimmery, be gold. Go for soft, delicate hues to play up that royal element or choose moody sequin bridesmaids dresses that will complement your gown, not overshadow it. Sparkle away while looking sophisticated and lit af.

9. Pleaty Please

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These pleats help to hide any signs of a food baby so your bridesmaids can breathe easy and enjoy the wedding feast! This particular halter design cuts through the shoulder line and diverts attention to the centre of the body. Perfect to show off toned arms or play down broad shoulders.

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Of course, no one said that all your bridesmaids have to look the same! Dress them up in the same colour tones but different styles and details to allow their personalities to shine through. Mix and match your bridesmaid dresses with various textures, patterns and lengths but still work around a similar colour palette so that it looks cohesive overall.

Who said bridesmaid dresses in Singapore has to be expensive? As more and more online stores carry bridesmaid dresses, options are aplenty! Buying online usually saves you a lot of money too! Every buck goes a long way as weddings and a new home can be really expensive.

If you’re the guy fretting over how to propose to the girl of your dreams (and somehow ended up reading this), here’s how you can be that kiasu Singaporean guy and plan your proposal with items under $20!

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