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Satin-Top Bridesmaid Dresses: A Modern Take on Traditional Styles!

Let’s face it — for those who like satin bridesmaid dresses, your options are really quite limited. You either have the long, overly-glam styles that are just way too outdated and look like a throwback to 2002 OR you have the short, fun-loving styles that would be better suited for a girls night out than a wedding. Luckily, we just released four new styles that are unique, fun, and super stylish! Honestly, I’ve been tempted to buy one just for the hell of it — that’s how cute they are!

Our newest styles feature chic, satin tops with flowing chiffon skirts, creating that ulta-romantic look that’s perfect for your big day! Not to mention, they run between $150-$180 and are available in 32 different colors, meaning you’re bound find a color you’ll adore. Check them out below!

New Satin & Chiffon Bridesmaid Dresses

Part of what we love so much about these satin-top dresses is how unique they are! Sure you see tons of all-satin styles or all-chiffon styles hanging on boutique racks, but how often do you see the combination together in one dress!? These styles are unique, and don’t have that super bridesmaid-y feel to them, which I guarantee your ‘maids will thank you for!

The best part? You can incorporate other Kennedy Blue styles (chiffon or even lace!) with these to create a fun mix and match look that your ‘maids will love and totally appreciate. All you have to do is decide on a color (or more than one) and have your girls choose the dress that looks best on them.

A Chic, Spaghetti Strap Style

A Flirty Spaghetti Strap, Satin-Top Bridesmaid Dress, Available in Short & Long!Spaghetti strap bridesmaid dresses Abigail (left) & Blair (right)

Cost: $180 (long) & $150 (short)

This unique, spaghetti strap style was one of the most anticipated dresses of our new collection. Available in both short and long, Abigail/Blair is figure flattering and is a style that your ‘maids will actually be excited to wear!

The fitted, satin bodice features a v-neckline with chic spaghetti straps for the perfect amount of comfort. The waistline is adorned with a simple, sewn-in satin sash that adds a clean, finished look that flows into a gorgeous and airy chiffon skirt.

Honestly, it’s the perfect dress no matter what your wedding style may be. From country-chic to modern boho, it literally will fit in with every look and comes in a variety of colors to coordinate with your big day!

A Classic, Strapless Gown

A fun strapless, satin-top bridesmaid dress available in short and long!Strapless bridesmaid dresses Scarlett (left) & Jessica (right)

Cost: $180 (long) & $150 (short)

A fun and unique take on the traditional strapless gown, this dress is perfect for a simple and chic look! Available in a full-length and knee-length version, the simplicity of Scarlett/Jessica will gorgeously fit in with any wedding style.

The soft, fitted bodice has a feminine sweetheart neckline that is super flattering on just about any figure! The natural waistline is emphasized by a sewn-in satin sash that hits right above the chiffon skirt.

This strapless gown is perfect for someone seeking out a traditional feel with a fun, modern twist! Scarlett and Jessica can easily be styled up or down depending on the formality of your event.

Mix and Match Satin and Chiffon Bridesmaid DressesA Stunning Spaghetti-Strap, Satin-Top Bridesmaid DressesMix and Match Chic Spaghetti Strap Styles in ANY Fabric!

Overall, our satin-top bridesmaid dresses are a fun choice for any bridal party. These dresses would look dreamy at an outdoor country wedding, inside a cathedral, as part of a modern glam event, and so much more! And I’m not just saying this, but it’s totally a dress your girls can wear again and again.

Let’s Chat! Which satin-top style is your favorite? Leave a comment below and let us know which style you prefer!

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