Searching for a beautiful dress that will flatter each of your bridesmaids? In One Clothing have the answer! For a consistent look that complements each body shape, their Confetti Multiway dresses are unbeatable…

new-confetti-multiway-dresses-will-flatter-every-bridesmaids-figure-Real-Bride-Natalie1With 14 ways to wear Confetti Multiway dresses, every bridesmaid body issue is solved. There are so many options to have more or less coverage, bare shoulders or hide arms, wear as an empire to show off a pregnancy, wear as a knee length to show off those legs or floor length for modesty – Confetti caters for everyone.


There is lots of fun to be had trying different styles to suit your personal style and body shape. We caught up with the team at In One Clothing to get their suggestions on the hottest looks for the most common body shapes, and here’s what they had to say.


Apple shapes

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“Apple shapes carry a lot of their weight around the middle so it’s best to try to draw attention away from that area. By wearing the Confetti Multiway dress in a plunge style you can draw attention to your top half and show off a killer cleavage instead.”


Pear shapes

“We think that this clever one-shoulder style works for pear-shaped bridesmaids. Bare your shoulder to balance those hips! If your bridesmaids carry a lot of their weight around their thighs and bum, this is the style for them.”


Athletic shapes

“The capped sleeve style is perfect for boyish athletic shapes. Straight up-and-down figures can easily create the illusion of fabulous curves with this look.”


Petite shapes

“If your bridesmaids are small yet perfectly formed, suggest this bandeau design. This is a well-balanced style for smaller frames, where they can wear skirt as an empire waistband to elongate their legs.”

These clever Confetti Multiway dresses are available in three flattering lengths – knee length, midi length and maxi – and a beautiful palette of 22 bespoke colours to complement all of this year’s hottest wedding themes.

They come in sizes 6-26 and now the children’s versions are available too in ages 4 to 6, 7 to 9 and 10 to 12. As with the adult version, they have the beauty of being wrapped in five different ways so you can choose a style that’s most suitable for your age of attendant.

Why not host a bridesmaid planning party and order a sample dress with swatch cards, style guides and video tutorials, so you and your girls can try the Confetti Multiway dress and see how wonderfully versatile it can be? And then let us know how you get on in the Wedding Ideas Forum!