THE ICONIC just dropped a range of affordable bridesmaid dresses

Mia Steiber 1 September 2017 NEWS

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Brides-to-be need to see this affordable line! Your bridesmaids dresses are sorted.

With wedding season fast approaching, THE ICONIC has gone and done us all a huge favour by creating a range of dresses that are perfect for bridesmaids.

Any bride knows that finding one dress to suit all your bridesmaids is seemingly impossible. All the women in your life are different heights, different shapes and have different complexions – yet you have to find one dress to flatter them all! And it can't be too expensive, especially if you're asking the girls to pay for it themselves.

If you're having trouble finding a dress, head to THE ICONIC to check out these dresses. The new range comes in six styles: Ava, Alice, Amelie, Admire, Aurora and Arabella. They come in a range of dusty and pastel colours, such as pink, mint, blush and blue, and each style is floaty but tailored as well as demure but young. Basically, you'll be able to find something that works for bridesmaids of all shapes and complexions.

The best part is that they're all under $160, so they are a lot more affordable than the $800 Zimmermann ones you've been looking at.

Head to THE ICONIC to take a look at the range or scroll down to see our favourite dresses from the range.

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