Real Brides Who Nailed the Bridal Jumpsuit Look
Looking for a different kind of bridal style? Put some party pants on! Jumpsuits and separates are chic and comfy, which is a win-win in our books. Worried skipping a skirt will rain on your outfit's parade? Au contraire! These wedding-dress alternatives are all the better to hit the dance floor in, and the unexpected style is destined to impress. To prove the power of bridal one- and two-pieces, we've got ample real-bride inspiration to share. These daring ladies have paved the way to style greatness, so the road is smooth for you to (literally) follow suit. If these fresh looks are this varied, fashionable, and wedding-worthy, nothing's stopping you from making the option your own. Ahead, we'll walk you through the style one leg at a time.
Casual, modern, and alternative brides, meet wedding jumpsuits. We think you'll get along just fine.
Short-Sleeve Bridal Jumpsuit
This bride, who designed her own look, initially sketched a jumpsuit. The design evolved into chic, formal separates, which she topped off with a stylish hat.
Bridal Jumpsuit with Deep Neckline
Princess Bridal Jumpsuit
It's hard to say no to pants when they have the same wow factor as a ballgown skirt. This full, princess-worthy bottom was balanced out with a sleeveless, formal top. The entire ensemble, by Azzi and Osta, rivaled any fairytale dress.
Strapless Bridal Jumpsuit
This city hall bride kept her wedding low-key, but her bridal style was totally high-fashion. Her strapless number was from Rent the Runway and looked great paired with a birdcage veil and vibrant heels.
Lace Bridal Jumpsuit
Flared Bridal Jumpsuit
Alice + Olivia designed this sleeveless jumpsuit with a high waist and flared pants.
Illusion-Sleeve Bridal Jumpsuit
Textured Bridal Jumpsuit
This bride found a red jumpsuit that she loved and asked the shop, Emilia Wickstead boutique, if they could make her a custom version in ivory. Her bridal vision was actualized and fit in well at her modern wedding. The textured piece was strapless, but it also looked incredible with a matching jacket.
Convertible Bridal Jumpsuit
Navy Bridal Jumpsuit
If you opt for a jumpsuit, your color options expand. This bride chose a loose-fitting piece by Maria Cornejo in a lovely shade of dark blue.
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