Before you gift your bridesmaids a classic silk robe to wear to your wedding prep session, know that there are lots of other pretty options that are just as comfortable and as easy to slip off as a robe! Here are alternatives you might want to check out: 


1. Silk pajamas

These adorable pajama sets will not only be useful during your morning photo-ops but even right after your wedding reception when they're ready to hit the sheets. 

TRY: Eve The Label Design Studios lillian shorts set, P1,500 to P2,100, available online

P.S. A silk camisole can even be repurposed as a going-out top. 

2. Denim jackets 

Instead of pretty robes, why not add a cool-casual twist to your group shots with good 'ol denim jackets? 

3. Rompers 

Like robes, you can take off a romper without messing your hair and makeup (FN Tip: A sleeveless or off-shoulder romper will be your best bet!). On the plus side, your closest friends can re-wear these cute pieces on weekends. 


TRY: Pois Off-Shoulder Romper, P1,299.75, available online

4. Shorts 

Hate looking too polished and coordinated? Add a splash of creativity to your photos (and even save yourself some cash, too) by simply matching your bottoms! 


TRY: Something Borrowed Frilled Hem Chiffon Shorts, P547.61, available online

5. Button-down shirt—or shirtdress! 

If you're aiming for a clean and classic look, and you also want to stay practical, why not gift your girls a timeless white button-down shirt? 

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