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And The Bride Wore a Jumpsuit - Wedding Dress New Norm

The Best Affordable Jumpsuit Styles Priced Just Right 

        Picture a bride walking down the aisle on her wedding day. What are you imagining? Odds are, your imaginary bride is wearing a white dress and veil. Her dress might trail behind her in a long and elegant train, and she holds a beautiful bouquet of flowers as she looks expectantly towards her ecstatic spouse-to-be waiting at the front of the venue.

        This is a very traditional vision of a bride, but it’s not the only option available. Now imagine a bride turning the corner to begin her walk down the aisle. Instead of a beautiful cathedral-style dress, she wears a stunning, sleek jumpsuit. Each stride empowers her even more, and the aisle becomes her catwalk as she struts down the aisle to her betrothed. Would you be shocked? Probably.

Contrary to popular belief, white wedding dresses were not always the way to go. Earlier wedding trends were both culturally and economically driven. Many Eastern cultures dressed brides in specific colors or clothing styles in order to honor religious and cultural heritage.

        Western cultures, on the other hand, favored more economic choices; brides usually got married in the best dress they currently owned, so it could be any color, style, or pattern. Those traditions started to shift in the mid-1800s.

        When Queen Victoria of England married her husband, Prince Albert in 1840, she opted to wear a white gown with finely detailed British lace to promote the national industry. (JStor)  Her economic choice set a precedent for brides everywhere, and soon cultures around the world were flocking to white wedding gowns with stunning veil and flower combinations. By the end of the twentieth century, Victoria had cemented the bridal gown as an unbreakable tradition in the wedding world.

However, modern bridal experts say this trend has been changing in the wedding industry for many years. “As bridal wear is evolving, so is what [brides] are wearing,” Lien Founder and Designer Merredith Stoecklein said in a recent interview. She notes that “the right style and fabric can be elevated but still comfortable,” meaning that a bride wanting a non-traditional look can rock a jumpsuit and still feel classy, chic, and elegant. Sleek, embellished, bohemian, couture: all of these styles are available in affordable and stunning jumpsuits that make a statement on your wedding day.

    Even better, jumpsuits can easily be re-worn at other formal events or dressed up or down to meet your daily needs. Whether pared down and simple or ornate and dramatic, jumpsuits and pantsuits are available in a variety of styles and silhouettes to suit every bride.

Here are just a few inspirations we found for an affordable yet stylish bridal jumpsuit and pantsuit options:

From Etsy, BHLDN, Net-A-Porter, Neiman Marcus, Shopbop, to Lulus, and David's Bridal. 

What's Your Style: 

23 of The Best Jumpsuits (Wedding Ready) Under $600

Summer Jumpsuit Modern Bride Sleeveless Jumpsuit 
Be Twins $450
White Strapless Elegant Jumpsuit with Wide Leg and Side Pockets, Wedding Jumpsuit 
ClothesByLockerRoom $152
White Wedding Jumpsuit Wide Leg Overall Bridal Outfit Alternative Bride Wedding PantsuitWhite Wedding Cape Bridal Jacket Bridal Cover Up Bridal Separates High Waisted Pants Two-Piece Bridal Set Alternative Bride Modern Cape 
Be Twins $450
White Wedding Top Bridal Separates Bridal Crop Top Wedding Separates Fitted Top Modern Bride Alternative Bride Minimalist Top Party Top 
Be Twins $262.50
Minimalist White Jumpsuit Wedding Jumpsuit Alternative Bride Flare Pants Bridal Jumpsuit Alternative Sexy Jumpsuit Modern Bridal Gown 
Be Twins $450

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Windham Jumpsuit

A charming bow detail makes a playful finishing touch for this one-shoulder jumpsuit in sleek crepe 
Wyndham $220

Theia Trinity Jumpsuit


Jill Stuart Mara Jumpsuit



Hayley Paige Drew Romper



Belted silk-blend crepe jumpsuit 

Antonio Beradi $564
One-Shoulder Crepe Jumpsuit
Halston $475

Cadenza Ruffled Bonded Satin Jumpsuit
Solace London $230

Neiman Marcus
Jay Godfrey Roland V-Neck Long-Sleeve Tuxedo Jumpsuit
Jay Godfrey $485

Lena Tuxedo Strapless Jumpsuit

Black Halo $390

Kasey Shirred Off-Shoulder Jumpsuit

Solace London Kasey $330

Josie Pantsuit
Misha Collection $238

White Lace Off-the-Shoulder Wide-Leg Jumpsuit

Lulus $68

All Your Heart White Lace Strapless Jumpsuit

Lulus Exclusive $88

David's Bridal
One-Shoulder Crepe Wedding Jumpsuit with Bow Style
DB Studio $189.95
Beaded Illusion Off-the-Shoulder Wedding Jumpsuit
Galina Signature $499.99

Off-Shoulder Plus Size Wedding Jumpsuit with Train
Melissa Sweet $299.99
Single Button Relaxed Fit Suit Jacket
David Bridal $199

Tulip Sleeve Off-Shoulder Scuba Jumpsuit
Akira $99.99

And The Bride Wore a Jumpsuit - Wedding Dress New Norm
Final thought
     At the end of the day, your wedding day should match what you feel most comfortable in.

    Whether you’re a born trendsetter or just more comfortable in pants, we believe each bride should have the wedding of their dreams.

Remember, there are no rules saying it has to be white. 

    Contact us today to find out more about how we can support you through every step of the wedding planning process and ensure your day is the wedding of your dreams.


  1. Each to their own and I'm not a big fan of jumpsuits, they just don't suit me. I really don't like the first one, looks like a giant pair of trousers pulled up too far. The Jill Stuart Mara one is lovely and the one after it just looks like underwear.

  2. Hope this isn't a trend that really catches on..........beauty is in the eye of the beholder but this girl votes for Lovely Wedding dresses....cause most of these are well, to be nice,
    just not the most flattering thing a girl could wear. lol

    1. Yes, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. There are brides-to-be who aren't fans of dresses so there should be some alternatives for them, right? Thanks for sharing.

  3. I could see this maybe for the reception! These are gorgeous jumpsuits though!

  4. I am very much a non-traditionalist, so I absolutely love these options for wedding attire! I say wear what makes you feel fabulous on your special day no matter how far you stray from tradition! Great picks, too. Thanks for linking up!


  5. A jumpsuit wouldn't work for me, but I have to admit these are stunning!


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