Fashion Forward Bridesmaid Dresses Online

July 2nd, 2014

Bridesmaids dresses have come a long way in recent years as brides continually seek to find dresses that are fashionable and comfortable to wear all day. The process of picking out dresses for bridesmaids can seem a little daunting when considering the different body types, fabrics and budget that must be met before the big day arrives. Instead of opting for the standard off the rack bridesmaid dress why not consider a fashion forward piece that has design influences from around the world?

Bridesmaid Dresses from Review Australia has a fashionable collection of alluring bridesmaid dresses that will compliment a variety of body types and ensure that your entire wedding party will look their best on your wedding day. Review Australia’s incredible selection of bridesmaid dresses are available in many stunning colors to match your chosen wedding decor and color palette as well as showcasing various wedding styles and fashions by offering dresses in different lengths and styles.

Founded over 25 years ago, Review Australia has the design expertise to make sure each dress they create has unique influences from around the world from Parisian flea markets to vintage stores in London and New York. Discovery and adventure have always been important to the team at Review Australia and it really shows in the exclusive and custom designs they produce.

When looking for something new and a little different Review Australia is guaranteed to deliver romantic, feminine, fun and multifaceted fashion pieces that will make every woman feel beautiful and special.

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Orcas Island Wedding With Handmade Dresses

June 7th, 2011

Imagine a picturesque wedding chapel located in a grassy valley on a day that featured plenty of sunshine, family and friends. Now imagine a handmade wedding dress and bridesmaids’ dresses crafted all by our beautiful bride Sarah. Now toss in the fact that most everything was provided locally and you have all the ingredients for a beautiful wedding that is very eco-friendly. Bringing us these amazing photos is Tracie Howe of Tracie Howe Photography. Give her site a look, you won’t be disappointed.



Totally cute chapel nestled in a grassy valley.



Final prep for the wedding venue.



Loving the color of those strappy heels.



Helping out our groom with his boutonniere.



Wedding bouquets all lined up and waiting for our lovely bridesmaids.



Musical serenade for our happy couple.



Picture perfect wedding ceremony.



Awesome looking vintage headband our bride is wearing.



Groomsmen looking very handsome.



Bridesmaids are accompanying our lovely bride. I really like the bridesmaids’ dresses. Pretty floral print.



Having some fun with our bride. I like heels our bridesmaids are wearing.



Tender moment caught between our bride and groom.



Very picturesque venue for a wedding.



Kisses and love all around. I love her wedding dress. The bride made her dress by the way.



Smile all around for our happy bride and groom.



White daffodils adorn the table centerpieces.



Black and white were the operative colors for this weddings’ décor.



Simple yet elegant wedding décor.



Another beautiful floral bouquet.



Feeding one another a piece of wedding cake. A time honored tradition. For more beautiful wedding photos and more please visit

How To Avoid Hideous Bridesmaid Dresses

December 28th, 2010

The first question is: Have you ever been assigned the terrifying role of a bridesmaid? Do you have some tales of trauma when it came to bridesmaid dresses? If not, you are one of the lucky 70% of the entire bridesmaid population.


There have been quite a few ladies out there who have had serious problems with their bridesmaid dresses. The odd thing is, although bridesmaid dresses are delivered days ahead of the wedding, very few of them actually do something about it.


Here are four of the biggest bridesmaid dresses-related issues:


1. “I look like a bunch of wedding cakes huddled together!”


Looking like a wedding cake in your bridesmaid dresses is awful enough. Looking like a bunch of wedding cakes is the worst. You could just imagine the froufrou, bows and laces. That sort of bridesmaid dress could probably cover up an entire chicken coop – or even an island.


2. “I look like a sausage!”


So, here it is. First, we have wedding cakes, now we have a sausage. Great! Lovely meal. If your problem is that the design, cut and fit of your wedding dress makes you look like processed meat, then the best thing for you to do would be to have it altered. Imagine how uncomfortable you would feel throughout the wedding ceremony if you won’t have it restructured.


3. “The color simply does not work for my skin tone!”


This is actually quite a common problem among bridesmaids all over the world. Sad to say, ladies, that brides can not have their entire wedding theme reorganized just to find a color that best suits your skin tone.


4. “I’m wearing a tent!”


Uh, that is not so bad, actually. A tent is a lot more comfortable than processed meat.


So how do you deal with these? It is elemental, really. Here are a few solutions that might help ease your bridesmaid dresses blues:


1. Ask the bridal boutique if there is anything they can do to change the frivolousness of bridesmaid dresses. Brainstorm and find means to turn a cake-ish dress into a classy, sexy one.


2. Have your skin tight bridesmaid dresses resized. A stitch or two here and there and an alteration in the design is far better than walking down the aisle in agony, doing your best to smile despite having your breath choked out of you. This time, talk with the dressmaker. Specify what you like and what you don’t like. Let her know which assets you want enhanced and which flaws you want to cover up.


3. As for the color, there is really nothing much you can do about it. Simply wear your bridesmaid dresses the best way you could. Nothing beats wearing an armor of confidence. Who cares if the color is not so you when you can own the dress – and the color.


4. For large, extremely loose bridesmaid dresses, you can always have it altered to your style and liking. As mentioned above: Own the dress.

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