Choosing bridesmaid dress is not easy for the bride-to-be, and you should take your time and decide how you want the bridesmaid dresses to complement your wedding gown. Find a style that evokes the same feel as your dress but doesn't look too similar -- you don't want your bridesmaids looking like the bride. Here are some suggestions you may need, read on and take these methods.
One Size Doesn't Fit All: Search for a style that flatters the different sizes and shapes of your bridesmaids. A-line skirts and empire waists tend to look good on all body types.
Mix It Up: Or consider choosing a color or a fabric and then letting each maid pick a style that will suit her. You wouldn't want to cram a tall, voluptuous bridesmaid into the exact same style as a petite, skinny girl.
Color Them Beautiful: Look for colors you like and think would look good on all of your friends. Brighter colors are generally more flattering, while pastel hues might look great on girls with fair complexions, but can be too distracting on friends with a darker complexion.
Fill Their Closets: Be kind -- don't ask your friends to purchase a bridesmaid dress they absolutely wouldn't be caught dead in ever again. Think about what your maids could do with the dresses after the wedding.
Comfort Level: If you're considering strapless dresses or bridesmaid gowns that don't accommodate bras, ask your bridal party if they would be comfortable in such a style before you decide.