Understandably, yellow can be a scary colour to pull off. It's bright and bold, and it's possibly not a shade you'd usually wear. So how to convince your bridesmaids? Well, there's a shade for everyone, I promise. Paler skin tones should chose a warm yellow or a very subtle pale yellow. Darker skins tones can pull off most variants of yellow, from barely there to shocking neon. Despite popular myth, yellow doesn't require a tan, it will actually help you to glow, you just need to find a shade that works for you. Our top three bright and beautiful dresses? This Ted Baker Deneese Ruffle Detail Dress
is contemporary yet elegant, this Warehouse Tiered Lace Dress
is bohemian perfection and this Topshop Ruffle Midi Wrap Dress
is fun and flirty.
If you're after a pastel shade, which let's face it, will be much easier to coordinate with the rest of your wedding palette, then opt for a softer shade of yellow, think hazy sunshine, lemon mousse and Easter eggs. As always ASOS delivers with these two beauties - the Paper Dolls Off Shoulder Crochet Dress
and the Maya Halterneck Sequin Detail Tulle Maxi Dress
, simultaneously ticking off three trends in one...sequins, tulle AND yellow.
Mustard / Chartreuse
Mustard is my favourite shade of yellow, it's warm and rich and tends to suit everyone. I also LOVE that Holly Willoughby has paired it with gold in our gallery above. Anyone else seeing bridesmaids in mustard with gold accessories?! Perfection.
If you're after a dress with movement, this Needle & Thread Maxi Dress With Ruffle Neck Detail
in sunflower is everything
. For something a little more understated how about this Fashion Union Button Front Dress
? Button down dresses are another huge trend this summer and this one has real laid-back vibes.
For a bold statement, the Phase Eight Cezanna Maxi Dress
is slinky and swishy and such an unusual colour. And for something else with texture, but that's a little easier to wear, we love the Whistles Aina Devore Dress
Yellow Bridesmaids Dress Edit
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