14 Jan Wedding Jumpsuits Are Here To Jazz Up Your Bridal Options
Justin Alexander, style 88000: This sophisticated Crepe jumpsuit offers a lace bodice and illusion V-neck for a revealing neckline. Loop closures compliment matching buttons for a finished illusion back. Available in a variety of sizes. Available colors: Nude/Ivory/Nude (shown above) and Ivory/Ivory/Nude.
New York Bride & Groom Columbia Has The Bridal Jumpsuits You Crave!
If you are not keen on the traditional wedding dress, a wedding jumpsuit can be the perfect compromise. Svelte designs and beautiful bridal details are offered in many different silhouettes and styles. Discover more about the potential of choosing a wedding dress alternative below:
Gone are the days when shopping for bridal attire always meant a dress. Today, many brides are breaking away from tradition and choosing pantsuits and rompers over dresses. Whether you are a classic or modern bride, these looks can take you and your bridesmaids straight from the ceremony to the dance floor. Plus, these chic options are a fashionable choice for all the events leading up to the big day, from engagement shoots to rehearsal dinner, not to mention a great option to switch into for the reception so you can bust out the moves. Discover more, compliments of Seattle Bride Mag
Madison James, style: MJ500: This lacy, elegant halter wedding jumpsuit offers a gorgeous option for brides. Enjoy the freedom to dance, mingle and be comfortable while looking amazing. Stretch lining and lace feature intricate detail. The chic wide-leg pants and bold embroidery make this jumpsuit a showstopper. Available sizes: 0-30. Available colors: Nude/Champagne/Ivory (pictured above), Sand/Ivory.
NYB&G Columbia For Your Wedding & Reception Attire
If you have been considering a ceremony wedding dress and a separate look for your reception, a bridal jumpsuit can provide the ultimate option. Perfect for beach receptions and busier venues with lots of stairs, hills and activities, sometimes wearing pants just makes more sense. Discover more about the origins of wearing more than one wedding outfit below:
The History of Two Wedding Dresses
Changing wedding ensembles may seem like a recent trend, but it actually has a long history in the modern American wedding. As early as the 1930’s, brides would change at the close of their reception into a “Going Away Dress” for their grand exit, where guests would wish them well as they headed off to their honeymoon. Typically their Going Away Dress would be some sort of chic bridal-inspired skirt and jacket suit set. For a modern take on this concept, many bridal designers today are creating ”Cake Cutting Dresses” for brides who want to switch things up. Cake Cutting Dresses tend to be fun, shorter frocks which are meant to be worn towards the close of the reception when you cut the cake and dance until the end of the night. The typical Cake Cutting Dress is often much less expensive than a second wedding gown and could even be something you consider actually wearing again!
The bonus of the Cake Cutting Dress or the Going Away Dress is that the names themselves clue you into when you should change from your formal wedding dress to the other. Otherwise, it could be less obvious, leaving brides uncertain of the best time to switch looks. A good rule of thumb for when to change from your wedding dress to your second dress is during the cocktail hour, assuming you’ve had some time for portraits in your ceremony gown. While your guests are mixing and mingling, you can take time to change, touch up your makeup, and possibly even get your hair restyled before reappearing at the reception. Taking this time to refresh and change into your second dress gives you a second opportunity to WOW your guests when you reemerge to have your first dance at the reception. It’s your moment, might as well make it count, right? Discover more exciting bridal trends, compliments of The Spruce
Maggie Sottero, style Milan: This gorgeous wedding bridal suit features allover lace motifs on tulle. The sexy scoop back and plunging V-neckline are completed with cap-sleeves and sheer bodice. Shapewear boy shorts are incorporated for additional comfort. Still want a train? No problem! Enjoy the tulle overskirt and beaded belt option sold separately. Available sizes: 0-28. Available colors: Ivory over Antique Ivory (pictured above), or All Ivory.
Something For Everyone At NYB&G
We invite you to join us and explore our latest 2019 collections. New arrivals are continually gracing us and we always have something exciting, refreshing and affordable for you to discover. No appointment necessary. The Groom and Groomsmen can enjoy shopping privately in our separate Tuxedo Department as you and your bridesmaids look for the perfect gown — or jumpsuit. Read more about bridal jumpsuit options below:
Maybe you grew up fantasizing over your dream wedding dress, but as you’ve grown older and seen the wonders a jumpsuit can do for your legs, you know a one-piece will make you feel like a rockstar. Still, take the chance to step back for a second to ask yourself, “Ten years from now, will I look back at my wedding photos and wish I’d worn a dress?” Or, “Will I miss the experience of trying on glamorous ball gowns and slinky sheaths?” The good news is you can try on as many dresses as you want and still choose a jumpsuit. Plus, plenty of jumpsuits and pantsuits come with trains, capes and lace to give you the same bridal vibes as their dress counterparts. But it’s probably still worth asking yourself if you’ll feel like something’s missing if you don’t say your vows in a wedding dress. It’s possible you wear jumpsuits so often wearing another one on your day won’t feel extra special—but then again, maybe only a sleek pantsuit can give you that wow factor. There’s no right or wrong answer—do what feels right for you. Discover more bridal fashion tips and tricks, compliments of The Knot