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Our top tips and advice answer the most frequently asked questions we get from brides when choosing the right sizes dresses for their bridal party.
Our Bridal Experts are available to discuss your specific bridal party and advise on size or style queries via Live Chat and phone 03331237494 so let us help you find your perfect bridesmaid dresses and take the stress out of ordering!
My waist measures a size 12 and bust a 16, what size should I order?
In this situation you would need to order a size 16. Our dresses are designed to be easily taken in, however cannot be let out so go with the highest size/measurement. If your order the 16 this will fit your bust and a seamstress will be able to take in and fit the rest of the dress easily.
I am losing weight for the wedding, should I order the size I am aiming for?
We always recommend ordering a dress that fits you now. A seamstress will be able to take in the style to fit you beautifully for the wedding day, remember it’s easy to take a dress in but they cannot be let out!
I am between sizes, which should I order?
If you are between sizes its important you choose the higher size, this will ensure the dress is not too small, and if it does need nipping in a seamstress will be able to do this easily for you.
What length do the dresses come in?
All our dresses come in a long length to accommodate all heights and heel heights! Most Bridesmaids will need the length shortening, this is a very simple alteration, just ensure you have the shoes you will be wearing on the day so the seamstress can get the length right.
Top tip, a lot of your brides use the excess fabric to trim their bouquets or add a sash to flower girl dresses!
Is the bridesmaid dress fabric stretchy?
The dresses are made from a beautifully soft chiffon fabric, they are not stretchy, so it is important to avoid the dress being too small. If in doubt it is always better to go a size up and a seamstress will be able to fit the dress perfectly, they can be taken in but not let out.