Bridesmaid Dresses You Can Try On at Home? Yes, Please.

This blogger shares how you can find the perfect dress—without stepping foot in a store.
by krystin lee
woman holding feathered clutch
photo by Carlos Sousa

Krystin, the lifestyle blogger behind Suburban Faux Pas, tried out Brideside, a service that makes shopping for bridesmaid dresses fun and easy. Check out her thoughts below!

With wedding season just around the corner, I feel like the talk of the town among friends lately is which dresses we're going to be wearing to which wedding. Don't get me wrong, I love shopping, but whenever I have to shop for something specific—jeans, bathing suits, a dress—I lose all momentum. I'm always down to try a service or option that works to improve on or provide a more appealing experience to something you normally dread.

So when Brideside invited me to try their service for an upcoming wedding, I figured it was worth a shot. Primarily designed for bridesmaids on the go, I love that they have versatile styles, colours and shapes that double as a bridesmaid option or as a wedding guest dress. The Try at Home feature is my favourite as a busy girl on the go. For a flat fee of $15, they’ll ship you three unique styles to try on in the privacy of your own home. Unsure what to pick for yourself? Chat live with your own personal stylist to pick the shape and shade that's perfect for you.

bridesmaid posing
photo by Carlos Sousa

And if you’re a bride-to-be, the site makes finding a dress for your crew a cinch! Filter by style, colour, designer and more to narrow down your options with a few clicks. With designers such as Dessy, Adrianna Papell and Jenny Yoo (a personal fave!), there’s a fit for any gal no matter her personal style. You can also score fun finds like matching robes, accessories, tote bags and more for that picture perfect big day.

Take the guessing game out of the equation and save the endless hours you'll spend looking for that 'perfect' dress and visit Brideside today.

Dress: Borrowed from Brideside | Sunglasses: Celine | Necklace: c/o Honey {old, similar} | Clutch: Anthropologie {old, similar} | Shoes: Steve Madden

This article is sponsored by Brideside. All opinions are blogger’s own.


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