17 Bridal Jumpsuits for Every Kind of Girl

Nadine Merabi Bridal Pantsuit
Nadine Merabi Bridal Pantsuit

For the brides trying to push fashion standards, here are some fashion-forward bridal jumpsuits that you can wear dancing at your reception or walking down the aisle.


For the understated yet chic bride who wants to make a statement and keep it classy, here are a few bridal jumpsuits that combine traditional cuts with dramatic details. Each silhouette maintains simplistic charm by accenting a fitted frame with a touch of flair, whether that be an attachable sweeping skirt, draping overlay, hand-embroidered sequins, or a dramatic bow.

Sachin & Babi Poppy Jumpsuit Set, BHLDN. Photo courtesy of Anthropologie.

This set offers a two-in-one look with a classic tailored square-cut neckline and an attachable sweeping skirt, perfect for a bride who wants to switch up looks mid-wedding day.

Layered Strapless Crepe Jumpsuit, Safiyaa. Photo courtesy of net-a-porter.

This clean-cut bodice with smooth ivory draping is sure to flatter any body type. It features a sweetheart neckline with a boned bodice for structure and support for every bust size. The bold draping over one leg adds just enough drama to turn heads, both on and off the wedding aisle.

Hailey White Jumpsuit, Nadine Merabi. Photo courtesy of Nadine Merabi.

Beauty is definitely in the details with this hand-embroidered sequined jumpsuit. The figure-hugging shape creates a flattering modern look with a beautiful shimmer effect that will make you sparkle.

Margaret Silk Faille Jumpsuit, Alexia Maria. Photo courtesy of Alexia Maria.

Go big or go home is definitely a motto to stick to on your wedding day. This look takes a chic cigarette-style trouser and ties it together with a big beautiful silk bow. Perfect for the bride that wants to take a simple look and add a dramatic touch.


For the brides looking for a little more coverage on their wedding day but still want to look beautiful and sophisticated, here are some looks that the modest bride is sure to love. Of course, modesty comes in different forms for every bride, but you don’t have to sacrifice style for comfort, especially on your big day.

Sachin & Babi Connie Jumpsuit, BHLDN. Photo courtesy of Anthropologie.

This Sachin & Babi Connie Jumpsuit features thick straps with a plunging neckline to create the perfect combination of sophisticated and sexy. Its high waisted belt and breezy wide-leg pants create a comfortable and sleek look that will make you feel covered up yet elegant.

Beaded Bridal Jumpsuit. Photo courtesy of Versailles Atelier Bridal.

The beautifully detailed beads on this jumpsuit add the perfect touch to its modest shape. The cap-sleeves offer the coverage you might want, paired with a flattering v-neckline.

Boho Wedding Pant and Corset Jacket, VanillaWFG.. Photo courtesy of Etsy.

This classy corset-style jumpsuit combined with the sheer long sleeve top is the perfect way to have your cake and eat it too. The sheer fabric allows you to accent this strapless style top while still feeling covered up.

Enamored With You White Lace Wide-Leg Jumpsuit, Lulus. Photo courtesy of Lulus.

This jumpsuit is perfect for the boho bride with its lace and scalloped eyelash lace trim. The all-over lace atop a light nude lining creates a charming detailed touch for this simple silhouette. Again, pairing the thick straps with the v-neckline never fails to create a beautiful yet covered style.


As if choosing to wear a jumpsuit to your wedding isn’t daring enough, here are some bridal jumpsuits that are sure to push fashion boundaries and make the aisle feel like a red carpet. From beads, lace, and crystals, these brides love their daring details.

Altar Ego Jumpsuit, Anne Barge. Photo courtesy of Anne Barge.

This beautifully fit wide-leg jumpsuit is just the right amount of simple and flashy to make a statement. The plunging neckline and sheer bodice, accented with hand-embroidered pearls and crystals, is sure to steal the show.

The Ohanna Jumpsuit, Enzoani. Photo courtesy of Enzoani.

This intricately detailed sweetheart bodice, covered with west indie beading that trickles down the hips of the trousers, is perfect for a glamorous bride. The heavily beaded top combined with the sleek crepe trouser is exactly what you need to feel like your wedding is a runway.

Lola Blanc Feather Jumpsuit, Bronx and Banco. Photo courtesy of Revolve.

Nothing adds drama like feathers. The Lola Blanc Feather Jumpsuit with a fully feathered top adds just the dramatic impact a bride needs on her wedding day. It is perfect for a classic bride who wants to add a little excitement to their look.

The Allie Jumpsuit, Eva Lendel. Photo courtesy of Eva Lendel.

The Allie Jumpsuit lacks no flashy details with its decorated lace pattern top and puff sleeves. This jumpsuit will highlight any bride’s figure with wide-leg trousers that meet the top with a high waistband.

Patsy Jumpsuit, Rime Arodaky. Photo courtesy of Rime Arodaky.

The Patsy Jumpsuit combines fun and flirty with elegance and chic. The Italian lace and overlay skirt add a dramatic touch to the cigarette-style trousers.


For the bride who wants to take her wedding day fit from the aisle to the office. Whether you’re eloping at the courthouse or trying to achieve a sophisticated look at your wedding, here are some professional wedding pieces for your big day and your everyday.

The Napoli Jumpsuit, Eva Lendel. Photo courtesy of Alta Moda Bridal.

The decorated lace of the Napoli jumpsuit offers a pop of texture to this polished wedding look. The straight-cut ankle-length trousers meet the top with a high waistband to complete the perfect business-meets-bridal piece.

Margot White Pants and Blazer, Nadine Merabi. Photo courtesy of Nadine Merabi.

A two-piece pantsuit screams business, but add some feathers, and you’ve got a fun party outfit that will really make a statement on your big day. The best part about two pieces is that you get a three-for-one. After your wedding, these pieces can easily transition into wardrobe separates.

The Brooklyn Jumpsuit, Eva Lendel. Photo courtesy of Alta Moda Bridal.

This 70s-style pantsuit is the best mix of business on the bottom and party on the top. The sophisticated wide leg trouser paired with the sparkly sequin top is a match made to hit the dance floor.

Alima Jumpsuit, Ines Di Santo. Photo courtesy of Ines Di Santo.

The Alima pantsuit brings elegance to a new level with this sophisticated satin set. The satin material and draping details make for an effortlessly sleek look that can easily be worn on and off the aisle.

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