Alfred Sung D500 V-Neck Cap Sleeves Bridesmaid Dress

The Alfred Sung D500 V-neck bridesmaid dress is accentuated by the surplice bodice that gathers into the ruched midriff. This creates a slimmer frame as the band tapers the midsection towards the natural waist. Cap sleeves lend a modest appeal, along with the high scoop back. The skirt features box pleating, which gives shape and volume as this dress flares just above the knees. Another unique feature is its in-seam pockets where one can stash some teeny essentials.

Alfred Sung D500 Bridesmaid Dress

In choosing a bridesmaid dress, one of the topmost considerations should be the length of the dress.  You can take a hint from the bridal gown itself. If the bride is wearing a full-length wedding dress, or shorter, minus the train, then you can’t go wrong with an above-the-knee dress such as style D500. It has an A-line silhouette that’s flattering for most figure types. It is tailored in dupioni, thus keeping the wearer comfortable with its silky soft and lightweight quality.

If you prefer a matte finish, this dress is also available in peau de soie as style D502. In either fabric type, this bridesmaid dress is available in over 30 colors, ranging from vibrant to lighter tones. Size availability ranges from 00 to 30W. All of which have options for extra length, intended for taller girls.

When a close friend of yours decides to finally tie the knot, then prepare to join the celebration as one of her bridesmaids. Depending on your agreement, the bride may allow the bridesmaids to choose their own dress. Of course, you need to agree on particular aspects, such as the color, dress length and accessories to maintain a cohesive look among the bridesmaids. Consider yourself lucky to be given the freedom to pick your own dress.  This would allow you choose one that would flatter your best features. Plus, it gives you the chance to choose a dress that you will be able to wear in a variety of occasions. This wouldn’t be a big concern on your part if the bride is footing the cost of the bridesmaids’ dresses. Whether or not this is your case, a bridesmaid dress need not necessarily end up at the back of your closet right after the ceremony.