How To Re-Wear Your Bridesmaids Dress This Season

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How To Re-wear Your Bridesmaids with Poor Little It Girl and David's Bridal - via @poorlilitgirl
Dress: c/o David’s Bridal
(Also love this tulle & this satin style)

If you’ve ever been a bridesmaid, then you’ve no doubt heard the famous phrase, “I want my bridesmaids to have a dress they can wear again!” I’ve been a bridesmaid a few times and, lets be honest, I’ve never looked/worn that dress again, because the styles were just well, not versatile for everyday life. That’s what I love about the selection of bridesmaids dresses at David’s Bridal. You can find a stylish (shades of purple and delicate lace are very on-trend this season!) and affordable dress (all bridesmaids dresses are under $200) that you can, in fact, wear again. So whether you’re a bride-to-be planning what your party will wear, or a bridesmaid looking to for a way to re-wear your dress, I’ve got you covered with a little bit of inspiration for wedding season!

How To Re-wear Your Bridesmaids with Poor Little It Girl and David's Bridal - via @poorlilitgirl

How To Re-wear Your Bridesmaids with Poor Little It Girl and David's Bridal - via @poorlilitgirl

How To Re-wear Your Bridesmaids with Poor Little It Girl and David's Bridal - via @poorlilitgirl

How To Re-wear Your Bridesmaids with Poor Little It Girl and David's Bridal - via @poorlilitgirl

Traditional Bridesmaids Look Accessories:
Heels: Sam Edelman | Belt: similar at Anthropologie
Clutch: similar by Sondra Roberts (last seen here)

How To Re-wear Your Bridesmaids with Poor Little It Girl and David's Bridal - via @poorlilitgirl
How To Re-wear Your Bridesmaids with Poor Little It Girl and David's Bridal - via @poorlilitgirl

How To Re-wear Your Bridesmaids with Poor Little It Girl and David's Bridal - via @poorlilitgirl

How To Re-wear Your Bridesmaids with Poor Little It Girl and David's Bridal - via @poorlilitgirl

Casual Weekend Look Add Ons:
Bag: Gigi New York | Sandals: J.Crew
Hat: similar at Nordstrom | Tee: Marine Layer
Shades: Karen Walker | Bracelet: Kendra Scott

This post was sponsored by David’s Bridal. All views are my own.

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26 Comments

  1. Hayley Larue

    I adore this dress and the way you styled it two different ways! One of my favorite things to do is style a dress with a loose long sleeve or t-shirt over it to make the dress look like a skirt, so I love that you did that in the second half of it! <3

    StyledByBlondie.com

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  2. Chelsea

    Oh I love the two ways that you styled this! I ever would have thought to throw on a t-shirt over a dress like that, so cute!

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  3. Allie

    Wow, this post is super unique and really cool! Unfortunately, my one bridesmaid dress is satin and poofy, so I don’t think there’s any way to wear it casually, but this gives me hope for future bridesmaid dresses <3

    Glitter Boots & Champagne Flutes

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  4. Kelly

    Two great things here. A bridesmaid dress I actually like – and that screams Oscar de la Renta influence. And, an easy and brilliant way to re-purpose it with a simple gray tee. Love this!

    xoxo – Kelly
    www,dreaminlace.com

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