Always a Bridesmaid: an Alfred Sung Bridesmaid Dresses Restyle

“Always a bridesmaid never a bride” is a phrase far too many of us are familiar with. Our social media maven, Brittney, has been in a whopping eight weddings over the past year and a half, so you can imagine that she has quite the collection of dresses in her closet! We’re not content with the “I’ll only wear it once” mantra that seems to prevail when it comes to bridesmaid gowns. That’s why we’re going to show you how you can get more bang for your buck with our newest series: you can check out a new bridesmaid dress restyle every week! We’ll begin with Alfred Sung bridesmaid gowns.

A real wedding featuring Alfred Sung bridesmaid gowns D496Brittney, wearing Alfred Sung D496, with the beautiful bride, Danielle!

Make your dresses work for you with a bridesmaid dress restyle featuring Alfred Sung Dresses!

The first dress Brittney chose to restyle is Alfred Sung D496 in Daisy. It’s no secret around here that we love Alfred Sung dresses for their sassy styles and gorgeous colors. This silhouette also happens to be one of Brittney’s favorites: the nipped in waist and full skirt are ladylike and retro, and this dress’ strapless sweetheart neckline makes it one of the best Alfred Sung bridesmaid dresses to restyle because it’s easy to layer. And it has pockets!

You’ll love these ideas for restyling Alfred Sung bridesmaid gowns!

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Brittney chose a gorgeous vintage sweater and classic black pumps to pair with her dress, but the options are endless! What will you choose for your bridesmaid dress restyle?

You CAN deal with a tricky color in your bridesmaid dress restyle!

A common problem with bridesmaid dresses is that they are usually in a color the bride loves, which may not be a color you normally wear or even feel is flattering on you. Brittney’s sunny yellow is indeed a bit tricky, but she’s done a great job here of keeping the rest of her look neutral, allowing the skirt to be her statement piece. Kudos to you, Britt! “Always a bridesmaid never a bride”? We hear you, sister, and we’ve got your back! Stay tuned next Wednesday for another restyle!

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