10 WAYS TO WEAR A CONVERTIBLE MAXI DRESS

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If you would like options when looking for bridesmaids' dresses, you're fortunate.

Meet your brand-new best friend: The convertible bridesmaid dress! It allows every bridesmaid to put on the same outfit … while styling it to their personal preferences.

WHAT IS A CONVERTIBLE MAXI DRESS?

A convertible maxi is a full-length dress having a long bit of fabric that hangs in the waist. You can style this design in several different ways. Let's explore:

You can twist it up into a chic neckline. You can wrap it around your torso for any stylish bodice. Or, you tie it inside a bow and put it on around your arm like a relaxed-yet-elegant sleeve.

They come inside a variety of different colors, textures, and designs — from floor-length ball gowns with sequins to more casual maxi skirts.

10 WAYS TO WEAR A CONVERTIBLE BRIDESMAID DRESS

1. ONE-SHOULDER TWIST

Start by draping both straps over one shoulder. At the top from the shoulder, twist the straps together to produce a braided effect right down to the back from the waist.

To finish the back, wrap the straps around the front and tie the surplus fabric right into a knot or perhaps a bow around the side. We got your back!

2. X-BACK TWIST

Want to resemble a Grecian goddess? The X-back twist may be the style you're searching for!

To create this look, place one strap over each shoulder and twist the straps inward before you hit below the waist. Then, crisscross the straps over the back, wrap them around the waist, and tie them together.

3. T-BACK TWIST

For a T-back twist, place one strap over each shoulder and twist them inward. When you're able to the back from the neck, start twisting them together. The T-strap will go all the way right down to the waist, or you can stop it mid-way on the back.

Once you've gotten it towards the length you would like, just wrap the straps around the waist and tie them right into a bow within the back.

4. BACKLESS WITH TWIST STRAPS

For a backless V-neck look, place one strap over each shoulder and twist them inward before you reach the back from the waist. Then, wrap the straps around the waist and tie them right into a knot or perhaps a bow within the back.

5. HALTER NECKLINE WITH LONGBOW BACK

This the first is so easy that you could probably get it done with your eyes closed. However, we recommend keeping them open.

Just put one strap over each shoulder and tie them in the back from the neck. Make a bow, pull the ends for your desired length, and you're done!

6. FRONT NECK HALTER

What a vintage. After all, you can't ever falter having a halter! So ladies, to do this start with one strap over each shoulder, then crisscross each one of these over the opposite shoulder to produce a chic front twist.

Depending on how much texture you would like, you can twist the straps or drape them. You can tie them at the rear of your neck, or cross them around your waist and tie them right into a bow in the waistband.

7. STRAPLESS

Okay, for the crafty ladies available — the boho bridesmaid dresses are a bit tricky, but classic and stunning nonetheless:

Start by crisscrossing the straps in the waist 2 times. Pull the material up to cover the bust, then pull the straps around the back. Then, pull them around your waist. Tie them in the back right into a simple knot or perhaps a pretty bow!

8. CAP SLEEVES

Get prepared to add "Seamstress" to your resume because you're going to make your long sleeve bridesmaid dresses!

Start by draping one strap over each shoulder, crisscrossing them at the spine, wrapping them around your waist, and tying them together.

To create cap sleeves, pull down around the fabric a bit in the shoulder before you have the sleeve length you would like.

9. BACKLESS HALTER

With one strap over each shoulder, cross the straps in the back from the neck, then bring the straps down under each arm, leaving the rear exposed.

Wrap them around the waist and tie them into whether simple knot or perhaps a feminine bow around the back.

10. SLEEVELESS

Perhaps the simplest of all from the options (and also the most graceful, too): the sleeveless silhouette — it's just three easy steps. Put one strap over each shoulder, criss-cross them at the spine, wrap them around the waist, and tie them.

It's no real surprise that this is a popular wedding look — pulling it off is a piece of cake!

CONCLUSION

This is a great selection for almost any wedding party. With a feel times convertible dress, each member from the bridal party can create the appearance and fit that they feel comfortable and delightful in!

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