Bachelorette parties are all about letting loose and bonding with your friends before the big day. Whether you’re the bride, maid of honor, or simply a guest attending, you know that getting ready for the party can be stressful. You want to make sure you pack all the cute outfits you need for all the countless activities and photo opportunities. While it’s good to bring at least one pair of jeans or leggings, we recommend stocking up on dresses and jumpsuits for the weekend since they’re easy to pack, comfortable, and make you look put together without having to coordinate different pieces.
I recently discovered a brand that has a wide selection of dresses and rompers that works for any bachelorette. Cupshe may be associated with affordable and trendy swimsuits, but the site actually has an entire selection of dresses, rompers, and jumpsuits. From airy maxis to adorable minis, there are options for every bachelorette activity, theme, and location. With all pieces under $100, you can buy a new wardrobe for the weekend without spending a ton. And since you’ll likely need a bathing suit and coverup anyway, you can get everything you need from one place.
Here are our favorite styles for every kind of bachelorette.
Anakena Long Sleeve Ruffled Romper
Buy it: $38, Cupshe.com
As a petite girlie, I love a dressy romper to show off my legs. I have this romper in red and white, but the all white version is perfect for brides who want to stand out from the group. The combination of ruffle shorts and deep v neckline is super fun and flirty. Plus, you can adjust the waist thanks to a tie belt. Pair this romper with a tall pair of cowboy boots, and you’ll have a fierce ‘fit for a Nashville bash.
Sizes: S-XL | Materials: Polyester | Colors: White, White and Red
Square Neck Smocking Jumpsuit
Buy it: $28, Cupshe.com
This jumpsuit will become the VIP of your trip. It’s casual enough to wear on your travel day— whether you’re flying or driving—but it can also be dressed up for brunch or a brewery tour. The smock top and loose fit will make sure that you’re comfortable for the entire day.
Sizes: XS-XL | Materials: Polyester | Colors: Black, Olive
Warm Up Floral Print V-Neck Maxi Dress
Buy it: $44, Cupshe.com
We can totally see the bride wearing this maxi dress at a bachelorette in wine country. The floral motif adds just enough color to distinguish it from a wedding dress, but it’ll be easy to see who is the bride in photos. The empire waist and A-line silhouette flatters all heights and figures.
Sizes: S-XL | Materials: Polyester | Colors: White Floral
Clarinda Belted Geo Print Romper
Buy it: $28, Cupshe.com
Another great romper option, this graphic printeddesign is great for a party with a desert aesthetic, like Palm Springs or Joshua Tree. Rompers are ideal for more strenuous activities—think a bike wine tour—where a dress just won’t work. And if you’re lounging by the pool, the loose fit makes this romper a great choice as a swimsuit coverup, too.
Sizes: S-XL | Materials: Polyester | Colors: Clay
Love Los Angeles Lace Crop Top & Merrow Edge Plus Size Pants Set
Buy it: $30, Cupshe.com
Partying in Miami or Las Vegas? This bright set can take you from a pool party to a nightclub, easy. Designed in collaboration with model Tabria Majors, it’s made to fit your curves. Layer it over this pink bikini set for a true Barbiecore moment.
Sizes: 0X-3X | Materials: Nylon, Spandex | Colors: Pink
Sunrise Memory Bow Cami Dress
Buy it: $26, Cupshe.com
Knit dresses are classy, yet comfortable, and this one seems destined for a mimosa-filled brunch. Layer it with a jacket or blazer for some extra coverage on cool nights.
Sizes: S-XL | Materials: Polyester | Colors: Cream
Anneliese One-Shoulder Lace-up A-Shape Dress
Buy it: $40, Cupshe.com
Even if your everyday style isn’t super girly, a bachelorette is the perfect occasion to lean into pink tones and ruffles. This pleated design is as fitting on the dance floor as at high tea.
Sizes: S-XL | Materials: Polyester, Spandex | Colors: Pink
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Emily Cieslak is an Assistant Commerce Editor at Brides. With a passion for fashion, she has covered style for various magazines, including The Knot, Byrdie, InStyle, and Real Simple. She loves discovering and trying out new clothing brands.