Best pink bridesmaid dresses 2022: From dusty to blush to mauve to wear for every type of wedding

Maisie Bovingdon

Wedding season is back in full force and we couldn’t be happier.

For those lucky enough to be invited to be the bride bridesmaidyou have all the fun shopping for your gown or dress with other members of the bridal party – including the bride-to-be.

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In some cases the brides can choose the dress for the bridesmaids, in other cases the bridesmaid can be free to choose what she can wear. Either way, finding the perfect dress that the wedding party will feel comfortable in all day, complements the bride’s dress, as well as the wedding theme, can be difficult. However, we are here to help.

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Research by online retailer, Little Mistress, revealed sales of bridesmaid dresses have skyrocketed in recent months.

The label also found that there had been a spike in searches for pastel colored dressesspecifically purple bridesmaid dresses, which jumped 160%while sage green and dusty blue are also popular with buyers.

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For those looking to stay on trend with your bridesmaid outfits, we’ve got you covered, because we’ve found the best pink and purple designs to buy.

Dusty Pink Bridesmaid Dress Options


Little Mistress dusty pink bridesmaid dress, £90, MRS


M&S stocks a variety of fashion brands, from Little Mistress to Phase Eight, Hobbs, and let’s not forget M&S’ own brand, Autograph. Whether you’re looking for a specific color, on a budget, M&S still has plenty of options for a bridesmaid to buy.


Dusty Rose Bias Maxi Dress, £74 (was £105), Oasis


Oasis has pulled out all the stops with their bridesmaid dress collection, and in our opinion, it’s the one-stop-shop for buying pink bridesmaid dresses — or any color for that matter.


Beaded midi dress, £80, ASOS


While it carries many other brands, ASOS also has its own designs, including this gorgeous beaded strappy midi that would look stunning at a wedding.

Blush Pink Bridesmaid Dress Options


Tiered Ruffle Maxi Dress, £111.20 (was £139), Coast


Coast is a foolproof shopping destination when shopping for formal wear, including bridesmaid dresses. Whether you’re looking for satin designs or tulle bridesmaid options, Coast has a wide range to choose from.


Blush Tulle Maxi Dress, £55 (was £139), Coast


We love this floaty tulle number with a satin sash and delicate sheer sleeves – gorgeous.


Taylor bridesmaid dress, £225, Ghost


Ghost is a favorite brand for the likes of Holly Willoughby and the royal family, so for those who want to channel their inner royal on their wedding day, look no further.

From pastel hues and soft pink patterns to deep blues, satin designs and embellished numbers, Ghost is bound to have a bridesmaid dress to impress.


Maya blush sequin maxi dress, £85, Following


Next also stocks a variety of brands online and in-store, similar to M&S and John Lewis, making it a great shopping destination for everything, including bridesmaid dresses. Lipsy London, along with Mint Velvet, Phase Eight and more, can be found on Next, which means all the more choice for indecisive bridesmaids.


Jenny Yoo satin dress, £200, Selfridges


Bridesmaids will be spoiled for choice when they visit Selfridges, which offers a range of brands. How beautiful is this coral satin dress from Jenny Yoo with a criss-cross front and a low back? Plus, it’s available in two other pretty colors.

Purple bridesmaid dress options


ASOS DESIGN purple bridesmaid dress, £85, ASOS


ASOS is often the first shopping destination we head to when shopping for a new outfit, whatever the occasion. ASOS has a dedicated section specifically for wedding season, including a tab for bridesmaid dresses, so you’re spoiled for choice.


Chi Chi London Blush One Shoulder Satin Maxi Dress, £95, Selfridges


Chi Chi London may not be the first brand that comes to mind when shopping for a bridesmaid dress, but it should be as there are so many styles, cuts, colors and fabrics to choose from. Chi Chi London is stocked at many other retailers, so now it’s on your radar so you won’t miss it.


Mink Florence satin bridesmaid dress, £160, john lewis


Similar to M&S and Next, John Lewis offers a wide selection of bridesmaid dresses to buy to suit all members of the wedding party, from young children to older adults. While some prefer sleeveless pink bridesmaid dresses, others may be looking for a dress to wear multiple ways, so every bridesmaid can get creative.

Baby Pink Bridesmaid Dress Options


Baby Pink Satin Bridesmaid Dress, £33.99, New look


Looking for a chic and timeless bridesmaid dress, but on a budget? New Look may be the solution. There are plenty of dresses to choose from online and in stores, in different styles, cuts and colors, and a whole range of pink hues too.


Baby Pink Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress, £65, Goddiva


Goddiva is another popular shopping destination for those looking for elegant yet affordable bridesmaid dresses, especially if you’re shopping for a bridal party that spans five or more, it can be extremely expensive. From backless to bandeau styles, from maxi length to midi, and so much more, Goddiva has all the bases covered.

Raspberry Pink Bridesmaid Dress Options


Raspberry Pink Tallulah Bridesmaid Dress, £99, Monsoon


Monsoon is another popular shopping destination when looking for a pink bridesmaid dress or wedding guest dress. Whether you are looking for simplistic and timeless designs, or long prom dresses, for your bridal party to wear on your wedding day, you have the pick of the bunch at Monsoon.


Raspberry pink bridesmaid dress, £112, JJS House


JJS House has every shape, color and style you could want when shopping for a bridesmaid dress. What we like is if you are looking for a particular color, but maybe in different styles, they have it all.

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