The easiest way to mix-and-match your bridesmaids dresses while keeping all your bridesmaids happy is to go for a convertible bridesmaid dress style. Our affordable convertible bridesmaid dresses can be worn a variety of different ways, so that everyone in your bridal party can choose the most flattering way to wear it. Made of chiffon or tulle, you can wear them as a strapless, halter, Grecian, sleeved, one-shoulder, cold-shoulder and more. The best part? Our romantic convertible bridesmaid dresses are all under $100. But don’t let the cheap bridesmaid dress price tag fool you—Birdy Grey is a direct-to-consumer bridesmaid dress brand, so we can bring you beautiful, quality bridesmaid dresses without the traditional retail markup.
Christina Convertible Tulle Bridesmaid Dress: Crafted of airy tulle, our Christina convertible bridesmaid dress comes with 2 extra long streamers attached at the waist (plus an extra detachable streamer, hidden loops at the neck and back + sew-on spaghetti straps) so you can let your bridesmaids choose how they want to wear it—strapless, halter, Grecian, cap-sleeve—while keeping the overall look of the bridal party cohesive. Not only is she incredibly versatile, she’s also just, like, really really pretty.
Grace Convertible Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress: Spun of airy chiffon, the Grace Convertible Dress works hard to make your bridesmaids happy. She comes with 2 extra long front streamers attached at the waist, so the girls can rock it however they want. (Options, amirite?) This flattering chiffon convertible bridesmaid dress drapes beautifully on the body and floats with your movements, which means she’s Boomerang-friendly for twirls on the dance floor.
Chicky Convertible Mesh Bridesmaid Dress: Take the stress out of bridesmaid dress shopping with our Chicky Convertible bridesmaid dress, spun of a lightweight, stretch mesh fabric. This convertible mesh gown features 2 extra long front streamers attached at the waist to create a ton of different looks, so all you have to do is pick the dress, and let the girls choose their most flattering way to wear it—strapless, halter, one-shoulder—anything goes!
Jane Convertible Bridesmaid Dress: A delicate panel of ruffles drape the front and back of our romantic Jane Convertible Dress, spun of chiffon with thin straps, off-the-shoulder sleeves and a floor-grazing skirt. Not loving the cold shoulder? You've got options with this ruffled bridesmaid dress. Tuck the sleeves under your arms and watch it transform into a flouncy strap gown, or ditch the straps altogether and wear it as a sleeved V-neck for a more covered-up look.
Maria Convertible Maternity Bridesmaid Dress: A bodice of delicate pleating, a silhouette-grazing column skirt and hidden side pockets make our Maria bridesmaid dress lovely. But what really makes her shine are simple convertible straps that can be worn 3 chic ways: thin straps, thick straps or sleeved. What we love even more is that she’s spun of breathable mesh fabric with a comfy empire waist, so that you can move/dance/breathe in it all evening. And if you’re expecting, it’s one of our top maternity bridesmaid dress picks to show off a baby bump.
Moni Convertible Backless Bridesmaid Dress: Get your sexy on with our Moni convertible bridesmaid dress, made from airy chiffon with a floor-sweeping skirt and plunging halter neckline. The real party, though, is in the back: we tucked hidden loops at the sides and low back so that you can convert the straps however you’d like—triangle cutout, roped, bow around neck—anything goes. Consider it a party in the front… and a bigger party in the back.
Spence Convertible Off The Shoulder Bridesmaid Dress: What makes our dreamy Spence convertible bridesmaid dress so perfect for bridal parties? She’s spun from airy chiffon with iPhone-friendly side pockets and convertible straps that can be worn 3 beautiful ways (options, amirite?). Try her strapless with draped off-the-shoulder sleeves for a vibe that’s soft and romantic. (Built-in boning + bra cups help the gown stay put.) Or, opt for cold shoulder cutouts by popping up the spaghetti straps for extra support. You can also create an elegant cap sleeve by pulling the fabric over shoulders. Seriously, all 3 options are so pretty, it’s hard to pick just one.