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Navy Bridesmaid Dresses

Although the trends for colors in fashion are always changing, a navy bridesmaid dress remains fashionable and trendy. What is a trend during one season may no longer be fashionable in the next one. If you are looking for a color that will never go out of style, you opt for navy, which is a darker shade of blue. It is a classic and timeless color that can be used in any wedding season.

Navy Color History


Navy is one of the favorite color motifs in weddings. It creates an appearance of elegance and royal style. Since navy is a relatively neutral color, a wide assortment of colors can be combined with it for an ideal wedding color scheme. [Continue reading..]

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Originally called marine blue until the early 19th century, the color has been worn by British Royal Navy officers since 1748. Navy colors from other countries were adopted from the same navy blue color of the British uniforms. The shade is a mixed of black and blue colors.

Blue, being a primary color, is added with black to create a dark version of the blue shade. The navy shade is so dark that it is often mistaken for black. It is neutral and contrasts well with light colors such as white and pink.

Navy Bridesmaid Dress with Other Colors


The navy blue color is considered as a base tone and there are various colors that complement the shade. Neutral colors in light or toned down shades such as creams, tans, whites, grays, browns and blacks are perfect for pairing with navy blue. Be adventurous and go for patterns such as white polka dots to pair with navy.

Lighter colors such as white and gold will bring out the beauty of navy. However, avoid orange with navy as the combination can be unpleasant to look at.

Accessories for Navy Blue Bridesmaid Dresses


Gold jewelry is one of the traditional colors that pairs beautifully with a navy blue dress. Additionally, you can lighten up the overall appearance with a glitzy gold brooch, earrings, rings or headpieces.

A simple belt with gold beads or cutout details around the waistline will give a chic appeal to the wearer. The number of gold accessories to use will depend on the event. For formal events, simple jewelry will do while more is needed for weddings.

Silver accessories are both traditional and contemporary accents for navy blue dresses. Evening weddings are ideal events to use silver accessories on navy blue. A bold style entails delicate jewelry with solid silver and real gemstones. A dazzling look can be achieved with shiny and radiant brooches, headpieces, necklace or earrings.

A navy blue bridesmaid dress also looks elegant with bejeweled bronze jewelry. The classy bronze tone has an antique allure and jewelry in this shade would complete the dazzling look desired by bridesmaids. Beaded jewelry pieces paired with a bronze belt give a stunning transformation on a simple navy blue dress.

Meanwhile, white pearl with navy blue dress create a timeless look. The late Princess Diana was seen wearing white and ivory pearl jewelry several times. Turquoise jewelry is suitable for daytime weddings such as a beach wedding.

Lastly, liven up a somber navy bridesmaid dress with yellow jewelry or other accessories. A simple pair of earrings, bracelet or neckpieces with a navy blue dress.

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