Bridesmaids Dresses Inspired by 2015 Red Carpet Looks

Finding the perfect bridesmaid dress can be somewhat of a hassle. But don’t worry, celebrities are always here to guide you, and you can get inspired by this selection of the best 2015 Red Carpet dresses we’ve put together.


1- Red Passion
Red isn’t a very common color for bridesmaid dresses, but a dash of vibrant color in a wedding never hurt anybody. Like Dakota Johnson at the 2015 Oscars, a beautiful one-shoulder dress with a crystal strap and a straight line that falls perfectly on the body, you could appear chic and dazzling. If you want this simple and chic style but are more discreet, a simple straight and classy scarlet gown with a sweetheart neckline like Natalie Portman’s at the Cannes 2015 opening ceremony will do the trick.




2- Calm and Soft Blue
Blue is one of the most soothing colors, and sometimes all a bride needs on her wedding day is for her bridesmaids to keep her calm. From navy blue to turquoise, there are many shades of this color to pick from. But if you take the example from the best-dressed celebrities, you’d go for a royal blue, just as Sara Sampaio did at Cannes with a similar kind of criss-cross top. Sienna Miller also went for blue at the same festival but picked a navy shade for her sleek gown with an asymmetric neckline and an oversized bow on the shoulder.




3- Sacral Purple
Purple is not only the color of royalty, it also represents spirituality. Wearing this color honors a religious wedding, and will surely bring good luck for the bride and groom. Luckily for you, purple is one of the most popular colors at weddings and red carpet events, and celebrities are very fond of it. Sofia Vergara appeared sumptuous at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party in a blue-like purple gown with beaded tulle and a heart-shaped bodice. Camila Alves, on the other hand, draped herself in a purple velvet gown with a mermaid bottom to enhance her flawless figure. The long train added a dramatic effect to her whole look and made Matthew McConaughey’s wife look royal.




4- Prosperous Green
Green is the color of hope, fertility and prosperity. A perfect way to wish your bride a flourishing marriage is to appear by her side in this shade. You could go for a maxi green dress with a deep neckline and a rope-like belt to appear as impeccable as Natalie Portman at Cannes. Or you could choose a chartreuse gown like Emma Stone at the Oscars. The actress looked amazing in this color and her bejeweled backless dress featured a thigh split that added to her fierceness.




5- Romantic Pink
This light color symbolizes romance, love, softness and affection. It brings joy to the couple and is often associated with purity. Anna Kendrick embodied these values at the 2015 Oscars in a coral-like pink georgette and chiffon gown with a jeweled halter neckline and a peek-a-boo chest cutout. If you’re more into soft pinks, Gwyneth Paltrow’s one-shoulder pale pink silk-crepe dress with an oversized shoulder rosette at the same ceremony will convince you.




6- Happy Yellow
Yellow is the color of happiness, joy, light, eternity and faith. It is also linked to youth and gold, so it has been a very popular color in weddings since the dawn of time. You can take example on Léa Seydoux’s gown at the 2015 BAFTA awards, where she appeared more glowing than ever in a canary yellow gown with cap sleeves and waist cutouts. You could also get inspired by Izabel Goulart’s figure-hugging strapless dress at the Cannes 2015 Festival, with a thigh split draped accents on the bust and hips.




So which of these dresses do you think will look dashing next to the bride’s wedding dress?



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