Bridesmaids

Nigerian Wedding Trends: Lace Bridesmaids Dress Ideas We Love

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LACE, the all Nigerian glory! I bet no one can tell me they don’t know about the Lace fabric, unless you live under the rock. And if you’ve lived in Nigeria, you must by now know all the different types of Lace fabric out there. Lace is a beautiful and romantic fabric for wedding dresses, and right now the lace fabric is trending as bridesmaids dresses too, as more Nigerian brides are either using it to complement their Lace wedding theme or to just do something a bit more different in a romantic way. Using lace for your bridesmaids can be a wonderful option, especially when you choose the right colors.

While some brides do not mind their bridesmaids wearing white or ivory bridesmaid dress, some do mind. And if you love the idea of wearing lace in white or ivory, just to differentiate who the bride is, you can add a sash of your color scheme, or something else to set them apart. You can make your bridesmaids dresses in either long or short, but short looks way better and is more elegant too, we have a variety of styles in our gallery to give you ideas, lace bridesmaids dresses can be made into a variety of styles, from vintage cocktail dresses to elegant slim-fitting floor-length chiffon gowns with lace sash, whatever ways you can think of. With simple, glamorous styling and flattering lines, any lace bridesmaids dresses will be reflections of the feminine charm and elegance you want to incorporate into your wedding. And the best pat is, your bridesmaids can always wear the dress over and over again!

To get the most of your styles, layering the lace over a lining in your favorite summery color like sunny yellow, pretty pink, or baby blue can add that extra glam. As seen in the picture above, the grey lace was layered on the red satin to give such beautiful and sophisticated look. This is a delightful look for a knee length bridesmaid dress, and adding a sash around the waist which is made from the same color as the lining will complete the dress perfectly. Therefore, we say stand out from the rest and do not stick with the heavy, uncomfortable wire dresses that the majority of stores supply you with.

Photo credit: Banke Meshida-Lawal BM Pro, Marzime, Atunbi Photography

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