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From Zac Posen’s gorgeous pleated gowns to Elie Saab’s flamboyant couture dresses embellished with flower petals… pink absolutely dominated the catwalks and it is one of the hottest colours for 2014. This trend is very popular for bridesmaids’ dresses too! It's all about soft, rosy, blush hues this season. 

Blush pink is very romantic and plain bridesmaid’s dress in this soft, pastel colour will definitely compliment a bride’s white gown. It isn’t exactly the colour that first pops into mind when you think of bridesmaid outfits as it is very pale and suits only certain types of skin tones and hair colours. It is a tricky colour and it is crucial to find the right shade and type of material. 

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One way to rock this trend is to wear lace. Imagine your bridesmaids wearing lace cocktail dresses in lovely sorbet colours! Pastel-coloured lace is a trend this season and we think that is works great for bridesmaid’s dresses. It is important to choose a strong and bold lace pattern to add a bit of texture and enhance the colour. Think lush florals in juicy pastel shades from Burberry Prorsum spring/summer 2014 collection! 

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Ombre is also in this season, and it works particularly well for this colour, as it gently glides from pale blush to hot pink. This trend is also seen on catwalks and we especially loved Roberto Cavalli’s vintage slip dress in ombre pink with sparkly embellishments and vintage jewellery. 

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Simple draped dress are a classic choice for a bridesmaid’s dress and it works well for all colours, including blush pink. However, if you want something a little different, choose a stylish dress with more texture like the ones we have seen in Zac Posen, Marchesa and Elie Saab's latest collections. Draped and pleated silks, chiffons and organza are a fabulous idea for bridesmaids’ outfits and you can choose anything from a slip dress, full length strapless column gowns, or even girly tea length dresses.A one-shoulder style is perfect for draping and it looks good on slender figures. 

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Traditionally, bridesmaids’ dresses should be very simple without any embellishments, but you can still add a bit of sparkle with a nice brooch or a belt, as long as it is stylish and discreet. We love Temperley London's detailed floral belt in blush pink! Illusion necklines are becoming increasingly popular too, and can be very simple or feature intricate embellishments. 

Accessorising bridesmaids’ dresses is an easy job as you don’t need any extravagant details. To finish off the look, find a pair of earrings and shoes to compliment your blush pink gown such as nude pumps of strappy sandals in pink or gold. Bridesmaids bouquets made from white and rosy blooms will make a perfect match for the pink dresses, but you can also make an interesting contrast with colourful flowers.

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