A-line One Shoulder Floor-Length Satin Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress
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  • Neckline: One shoulder
  • Hemline: Floor-Length
  • Material: Satin + Chiffon
  • Custom Time: 15 Business Days

  • One shoulder design can make you out of ordinary
  • Unique design A-line satin bridesmaid dress is an elegant choice for you
  • With this A-line satin bridesmaid dress you will be the most charming lady
  • The A-line satin bridesmaid dress has an easy fit and good ventilation effect
  • You will look like a princess for parties and special occasions with this women dress gown
  • This soft and comfortable floor length dress is perfect for wedding and other important parties
  • You can customize the bridesmaid dress according to your size and preference

  • You will look like a princess for parties and special occasions with this bridemaid dress


  • This soft and comfortable floor length dress is perfect for wedding and other important parties


  • One shoulder design can make you out of ordinary. Unique design A-line satin bridesmaid dress is an elegant choice for you


  • With this A-line satin bridesmaid dress you will be the most charming lady. The A-line satin bridesmaid dress has an easy fit and good ventilation effect

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! All dresses of Standard Tailoring Service ordered from us can be cancelled or be changed within 48 hours since you place the order. Because we will work on the dresses in 48 hours. Would you please think it carefully before ordering? If you have any questions before order, please contact us. We thank you in advance for your understanding

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  • For customization, please allow about 15 business days to process your order

How to pick your bridesmaid's dresses:

Step 1- Pick the color:

  • Many brides already know what color they want, or have discussed options with their fiancé. If you've not yet decided on a color, this is your first order of business. Choosing the 'right' color for your wedding is ultimately your choice, but these ideas may help you if you are unsure.
  • First, you may want to consider the time of day, any embellishments you want at your wedding that you have already decided on (flowers, banners, etc), and the season of your wedding.
  • In considering the time of day, generally, the earlier in the day, the lighter the shade of the color with the opposite holding true as well (darker shade for later evening). In considering the season, light, pastels are popular for spring. Vibrant colors in oranges, reds, yellows, and bright hues of other colors are common for summer. Fall's colors are usually browns, rust, orange, deep red, or black. Winter shows us more silvers, whites or shades of white, deep blues, holly greens, and berry reds.
  • If you chose not to go with a seasonal pattern for picking your color, you may choose the psychological associations given to colors. For example, blue stands for tranquility, yellow is cheer, red is passion, white is purity (hence the white tradition for wedding gowns), green is fertility (not necessarily of the maternal sort), black is authority and power, purple is royalty and romanticism, orange is associated with life and energy, and brown is genuineness

Step 2-Uniformity:

  • Next comes uniformity (or not). Are they all going to wear the same dress? Many women now are choosing to allow their bridesmaids to pick their own dress as long as it's the bride's chosen color, and with simple guidelines. This isn't a bad idea, really. This allows each one of them to pick something that suites their personalities, and it is something that you know they'll love. If each dress is different, but the colors are exactly the same, your wedding will still be quite coordinated and so personal!
  • If this isn't for you, move on to step 3

Step 3- Pick the style of their dress based on your own dress:

  • On your piece of paper, write down what classification of dress you have for yourself. Is it traditional, sexy, ethnic, beach, formal, informal? Now that you know what you have, you know that you can rule out all of the other kinds of dresses for the girls

Step 4- Outline the dress:

  • Okay, you know what style to look for. A general rule of thumb for step four is that you want to make the generic outline of the dress as far as what type of lines the dress has.So for step four, make a sublist. It should look like such:
  • 4A. Straps- (i.e. spaghetti, bell, full)
  • 4B. Neckline- (i.e. sweetheart, square, jewel)
  • 4C. Waist- (i.e. natural, basque, a-line)
  • 3D. Hem- (how long is the skirt? Floor, tea, knee)
  • For this step, think of the weather, time of day, and your own dress
  • If it's in a warm period, small straps, spaghetti straps, or strapless is ideal (for their comfort).
  • Also, the warmer it is, the shorter the dress can be and still look tasteful (well, to an extent, of course).
  • Time of day comes into play because generally the earlier in the day the wedding is, the less formal the dress-code is, and this, too, is an indicator of the appropriate dress length.
  • The final thought is of your own dress. When in doubt, go with the same characteristics as your own dress. If you are strapless, they will look very smartly uniform with you. If you have a full/ball skirt, give them a not so full floor length

Step 5- Pick the specifics of the top:

  • How embellished is your dress? You don't want the girls upstaging you with sparkles and bling unless it matches your own.
  • If you picked spaghetti straps for them, will they be ribbon, rhinestone strands, or just cloth? Will their neckline be embellished or plain

Step 6- Pick the specifics of the skirt:

  • For my dress, there is extensive appliqué' on the full skirt. For my girls, I wanted quite a bit of uniformity, so I ensured that their dresses all had some type of work done on the front.
  • Will your bridesmaids have a train on their dress if it is full? Do you want them to have wide skirts or narrow? Remember that they must walk down the isle with the groomsmen when choosing how large you want their skirt

Step 7- Accents and accessories:

  • Here you should choose if they will wear jewelry, and if so, what kind? If you are unsure about what bridesmaids gifts to get them, here is a good chance to buy something personalized and pertinent to the wedding.
  • Outside of jewelry, you must pick a few other factors. Will they require hoop skirts or crinolines? Should they have gloves? If their legs are to show, what type and color of pantyhose? Do you want them to carry scarves on their arms or neck? What height of heel will compliment their dresses

How to Choose Colors for Bridesmaids Dresses:

  • Solicit your bridesmaids' opinions. Even though you will have to make the final decision (particularly if there are a lot of bridesmaids), it is a good idea to get at least a general idea from the bridesmaids. Are there colors they absolutely won't wear? It is better to have this information upfront than to suggest a deal-breaking color later on
  • Consider the time of year and type of venue. The colors that make sense for a casual outdoor wedding in May will look ridiculous for a New Year's Eve, black-tie event. You should also consider the room in which you will be taking pictures, as well as your likely color scheme for the reception
  • Find stores/lines/designers with dresses you like in the colors you are considering. You cannot simply tell your bridesmaids to buy a 'blue' dress, as there are an infinite number of shades of blue. Similarly, two dress colors might have the exact same name (emerald blue, for example) but look different if they are made from a different material or by a different designer
  • Try to see the color in person. Discerning color from a computer screen, if you are shopping online, is rather difficult
  • Request material swatches. Even better than seeing the dress is having swatches of the material to take home (this is also important if you can't go to the store or see the designer's work in person). Having the swatches also allows you to show them to other friends, as well as to the bridesmaids, and to see how the colors look in different lights
  • Make your decision. You might solicit the bridesmaids' opinions one more time at this point, or simply decide yourself given the information you have gathered

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