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#1 Janelle0308

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    Posted 12 August 2013 - 03:17 PM

    So I'm wondering - short or long for bridesmaid dresses on the beach? Anyone have any pictures they can share of their girls?!? I'm debating length for my girls and my junior bridesmaids.  I thought I wanted short but now I'm thinking maybe short for my nieces (10 and 12) and long for the bridesmaids.  Any opinions?!?



    #2 Kasey04

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      Posted 14 August 2013 - 07:03 PM

      Originally Posted by Janelle0308 

      So I'm wondering - short or long for bridesmaid dresses on the beach? Anyone have any pictures they can share of their girls?!? I'm debating length for my girls and my junior bridesmaids.  I thought I wanted short but now I'm thinking maybe short for my nieces (10 and 12) and long for the bridesmaids.  Any opinions?!?

      I have seen some pretty long dresses, but in my opinion it kind of looks out of place on the beach. Here is the picture of the dress my girls will be wearing (although to be fair, I'm only having 3 bridesmaids, no flower girls or junior bridesmaids).

       

      I found it on easy. http://www.etsy.com/...ss?ref=col_view



      #3 MelB2012

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        Posted 15 August 2013 - 05:03 AM

        My girls are wearing "Short-Long" dresses. So I can't really vote. They are about knee length in the front and just to the floor in the back. Very flowy... gives it a beachy look. :)



        #4 ChelseaCat802

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          Posted 15 August 2013 - 05:30 AM

          Love the hi-lo dresses MelB2012! My girls are short chiffon dresses! I think if you do long dresses and make sure it's a light flowy material like chiffon you would be fine! Just remember it's going to be hot and at dinner/dancing even hotter. I wanted my girls to be comfortable. And not to mention they can all wear their dresses again!

          #5 Kasey04

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            Posted 15 August 2013 - 07:11 AM

            Originally Posted by MelB2012 

            My girls are wearing "Short-Long" dresses. So I can't really vote. They are about knee length in the front and just to the floor in the back. Very flowy... gives it a beachy look. :)

            oh! I love this idea! Best of both worlds! 



            #6 jouye

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              Posted 16 August 2013 - 01:30 AM

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              #7 lgerry

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              Posted 17 August 2013 - 03:49 AM

              We did long chiffon dresses because it gets really windy on the beach and I didn't want my girls having to deal with their dresses flying over their heads lol. Because the material is light and flowy, I think they will be fine heat-wise for a 1/2 hr. These are ours:

               



              #8 Xarocas

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                Posted 21 August 2013 - 03:55 AM

                I am having 4 bridesmaids and they are all quite different shapes and sizes (from petite to pus size really) so I'm not fussed about them all having the same dress however I do want them all in the same (exact) color! So i found these from Two Birds ( http://www.ebay.com/...A-/181198026188)  and I really like this idea!

                 

                Has anyone used them or knows people that went with this option?

                 

                Thank you



                #9 Jane Wang

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                  Posted 27 August 2013 - 11:37 PM

                  Maybe I have a little experience to tell, I'm a owner of one shop, brides order short dresses more than long dress, short dress usually near to knee, it can't be too short otherwise it will not safe for girls.



                  #10 bridemoonpalace

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                    Posted 02 September 2013 - 03:56 PM

                    Maid and matron are both in long, jr BM are both in short dresses.




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