Say Yes To The Second Dress
What’s better than one dream dress? Two!
Many brides want the classic wedding gown for the ceremony but don’t want to be held back from the dance floor or feel like a traditional gown showcases their unique personal style. Wearing a second dress is the perfect way to get the best of both worlds!
The key to a great second dress is picking something drastically different from your first dress, finding something that screams ‘you’ and selecting an ensemble that allows you to dance the night away with your new hubby, family and friends. With the ability to be more daring with the second dress, brides are choosing to wear flirty mini dresses, sequined numbers, dramatic gowns and even jumpsuits.
Take a peek at a few of our favorite second dress options below…
Marchesa, “Sleeveless Plunging Fully Beaded & Ostrich Feather Evening Gown” | Available at Bergdorf Goodman.
Valentino, “Long Sleeve Beaded-Dot Crepe Couture Dress with Ruffle-Hem” | Available at Bergdorf Goodman.
Herve Leger, “Sleeveless Deep-V Lace-Inset Wide-Leg Jumpsuit” | Available at Neiman Marcus.
Marchesa Notte, “Embellished 3D Floral Sequin Tunic Cocktail Dress” | Available at Bergdorf Goodman.
Naeem Khan, “Deep-V Cap-Sleeve Beaded-Embellished Column Evening Gown” | Available at Neiman Marcus.
Oscar De La Renta, “Sequin Lame Tweed Dress” | Available at Nordstrom.
Michael Kors Collection, “Metallic Leaf-Embroidered Cami Dress” | Available at Bergdorf Goodman.
Roberto Cavalli, “Deep V-Neck Long-Sleeve Leather Paillette Cocktail Dress” | Available at Neiman Marcus.
Rachel Gilbert, “Beaded Tulle Empire Gown” | Available at Bergdorf Goodman.
Would you rock one of these second dresses?