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 There is a huge range in the price of bridesmaid dresses. At some stores, style start at $100 or less, while designer dresses can top out well over $500. Depending on the style of your wedding and what your attendants can afford, there are different places you may want to shop for bridesmaid dresses. These are some ideas on where you can find beautiful bridesmaid dresses for your wedding at any budget. If you are looking for a bridesmaid dress style made from silk or one with a lot of options for customization, you will find a huge number of options in the $300 and up range. High end bridal salons will be a good place to look for special order dresses for attendants. Allow yourself plenty of time to order, as they will probably not carry dresses that you can take home off the rack. Companies like Siri and Thread have great websites from which a bridal party can order directly. The wonderful thing about made to order bridesmaid dresses is that it is often possible to get pattern changes, like extra length for a tall bridesmaid or straps on a strapless style. 

 When you are having a grand wedding and want top name designer bridesmaid dresses, expect them to cost as much as $400 and up. The place to look for these styles is the same place you would shop for a top name designer bridal gown. Many of the premier designers make lines of dresses for attendants to coordinate with their wedding gowns. If money is no object, you will certainly find beautiful fabrics and high fashion style in the designer dresses. If you have your heart set on a designer style, you may wish to consider helping your attendants with the cost, especially if your budget exceeds theirs. Many brides will pay for at least half the cost of an expensive bridesmaid dress, and also take care of the accessories, like shoes, bridesmaid jewelry, and wraps. In the end, there are definitely great options for dresses for your attendants at every price point. 

 It is critical that a bride consider her bridesmaids' budgets when selecting their dresses. If you know that your friends do not have a lot of spare cash, take care to shop only at stores which carry low-cost options. Big chains like David's Bridal (or your locally owned equivalent) are often good places to find a wide selection of bridesmaid dresses for about $100 or less. If your bridal party is small, you might also have great luck finding a couple of deeply discounted dresses at the end of the season at a department store or a chain like Ann Taylor. This is especially true if you are open to your attendants wearing similar but different styles, and if you look for party dresses instead of traditional floor length bridesmaid dresses. You can dress up simpler dresses with beautiful crystal bridesmaid jewelry. When you seek moderately priced bridesmaid dresses, say in about the $200 range, your options will open up considerably. Many chains like J Crew, Ann Taylor, and Talbots have party styles (as well as styles which are designated for bridal parties) which are appropriate for bridesmaids. Knee length or tea length dresses tend to be less costly than full length styles. A bridal salon is another option for this price range. They will usually have a number of options in the moderate price range, especially if you are not looking for a costly fabric like pure silk satin. Some bridal salons also offer discounts on bridesmaid dresses with a wedding gown purchase. 

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