Let’s be honest. Being a bridesmaid costs a lot of money. There are dresses to buy, gifts to give, parties to host. For brides who are looking to save their ‘maids some money the Little Borrowed Dress is the place to go for stylish bridesmaid dresses that are extremely affordable.
The company offers a selection of chic designs in both cocktail and floor-length styles you can rent. You can choose between four different neckline styles so everyone can feel comfortable dancing the night away. And the dresses are made so you don’t have to alter them. Worried they won’t have something to match your color palette? Don’t be! They offer 18 color options, and if you order at least two months in advance they’ll guarantee the style, color and size you want will be available.
So how does it work: Browse their website, littleborroweddress.com, and pick the style, size and color you want and then reserve the date. Not sure what size you are? They’ll send you two options. When the wedding’s over just pop it back in the mail in the pre-addressed and stamped envelope that came with your dress.
And the pricing…$50 for knee-length, $75 for floor-length, plus a $5 insurance fee.
Anne Chertoff | Wedding Blogger
Anne Chertoff has earned her reputation as a wedding authority over the course of her 10 years in the bridal industry. WeddingWire and Chertoff have partnered to provide comprehensive Fall 2012 Bridal Market coverage from New York City.
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We’re loving all of the new bridesmaid dress options out there – so many new fabrics, necklines, and colors to choose from! While some bridal parties wear the exact same dress, we’re also noticing more and more groups of bridesmaids wearing dresses with differing necklines, or perhaps choosing their own dresses within the same color palette (we thought the three brand-new dresses above would make a pretty combination). That got us wondering about what your bridesmaids are doing. Take the poll below, and if you’re doing something completely different, let us know in the comments!