By Daniela Degrassi

 

Whether your bridesmaids are as thin as they come, expecting moms or a bit over their ideal body weight, there is one stop-shop that will allow you to create an harmonious bridesmaids ensemble. The newest exclusive Asos collection from British brand TFNC was thoughtfully designed for all the diverse women’s forms and shapes! And you don’t have to worry about checking their content label, as all their looks are made of polyester and vegan approved.

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TFNC Maternity Bridesmaids dresses are all designed to fit through all stages of pregnancy. Above, the summery pastel yellow Maternity Pleated Maxi Dress  and the more autumnal grey Maternity Pleaded Wrap Front Maxi Dress Below, the vintage rose Wrap Maxi Dress with tie detail, and puff sleeves and the nude colored Maxi Dress with soft floral sequin top.

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It’s plus sizes heaven at ASOS! TFNC frocks soft textiles shape the body gently creating a light and effortless look. Below, the ice Plus Wrap Maxi Dress with tie detail and puff sleeves, and the High Neck Maxi Dress with flutter sleeves.

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For the tall and slim, here’s a couple of my favorites. The minimalist one shoulder pastel yellow Embellished Maxi Dress and the grey Bardot Maxi Dress both embellished by a beaded band.

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If you’re into nude colored nuances, the next dresses may appeal not only to a bridal party, but also to the bride that’s looking for a simple, delicate yet striking gown.  Below, the Bardot Maxi Dress with fishtail and embellished waist, and the stunning Lace Up Back Maxi Dress with flutter sleeves.

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For plenty more options, visit the ASOS-TFNC exclusive bridesmaid collection shopping gallery

 

 

A feminist and independent spirit since she could remember (her childhood heroines were Pippi Longstockings and Katharine Hepburn) Daniela Degrassi found her creative outlet as a lifestyle photographer, working mainly in Northern California where she lived for 15 years before moving back to her native Italy to continue to be her autistic sister’s primary caregiver. Vegan since 2014, she found a perfect way to carry her message of compassion while celebrating her love for the wedding industry launching The Kind Bride in February 2018.