Bridesmaids dresses: from down the aisle to out on the town

August 25, 2015

Gone are the days of single use bridesmaids dresses! Today, many designers such as Natalie Deayala are creating beautiful bridesmaids gowns that have a really chic and different feel for a change. One of the best things about these different styles is that they can actually be transformed from wedding glam, to effortlessly-chic with a few simple modifications or additions.


Natalie Deayala is best known for her timeless, elegant, and fashion forward bridesmaid dress options. Her collection includes everything from elegant gowns, to flirty minis, cool playsuits, and separates. Her attention to detail and fit, coupled with her effortless sense of style make this collection one of a kind!

Backless Cap Sleeve Gown


The Gathered High Neck Gown

The possibilities for this dress are endless! The Gathered High Neck Gown.


According to Bella Bridesmaids Baton Rouge Owners, Meghan LeBlanc and Danielle Bourque, one of the easiest ways to transform a bridesmaid dress is by adding a gorgeous chunky statement necklace or a fun blazer. This silk shift cocktail length dress by designer Natalie Deayala got a pop of color with a floral blazer. Pair it with a nude pump or sandal and you will be the “It Girl” at any night out on the town, or dinner date with your favorite beau. A statement necklace can really take this shift dress from simple to glamorous in no time.

Designer: Natalie Deayala Left: Double V Mini / Right: High Neck Mini

Coffee, brunch, or simply hanging out with our girlfriends? Add a leather bomber jacket, printed scarf, or statement earrings to complete an effortless outfit. Wedges or booties go perfect with this more casual look as well. Slip into some flats and a floppy hat to really nail that Kate Moss boho chic look.  To complete the look, opt for a bright colored clutch and your favorite pair of shades.

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