Friday, December 31, 2010

Bridesmaid Dresses of Interest – Part 2

Tea-length dresses tend to be more Alice-y and the shorter dresses are super adorable. November however, could be brisk, especially in the evening hours. Then again we aren’t spending oodles of time outside so here’s the long and short of it (mostly short):

This is one of my top choices. The flower detail, the flowy layers on the bottom and of course the color.

Jim Hjelm Style jh5001

 Here's another one for Sister. Not thrilled about this fabric though.

Jim Hjelm Style: jh5964

Excuse the lounging model please. She's tired. The one shoulder is fabulous. Plus ruching tends to minimize and flatter. 

Jim Hjelm Style jh5062

Lil Sis liked this one. Again not a fan of the fabric but it has its charms.

Jim Hjelm Style jh5013

Another Lil Sis pick. 

Melissa Sweet


This is the Alicey-est of them all. And the flower detailing in the back is amazing and won't compete with the bouquet in the front.

Thoughts? Discuss.


  1. I'm hoping for good weather in November, too. My bridesmaids dresses go down to their knees and I'm debating whether or not to have a tea length gown or full length.

    As for the dresses you posted.. I realllly love the first one, I also really like the one shoulder dress, too (I'm a sucker for one shoulder dresses), but that last one is very pretty, too!

  2. I love the first one and the last ones the best. If you like a shorter dress then go with it! If it is really cold the girls can bundle up with coats and boots when they are outside.

  3. I LOVE the last dress :) Just found you on the 'bee, and am excited to hear more about your Alice-y wedding!

  4. Well, I am wearing a short, frothy, whimsical get-up for your horse-and-pony show in November...winter be darned! I'm going Alice all the way, baby!!


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