It's tradition for bridesmaids to wear a gown that was chosen by the bride. Regardless if it's a frilly frock rendered in a color they'd probably never don again in this lifetime, such grievances don't matter when it's your BFF's big day. For Che Magtibay-Mercado, however, the old-fashioned gown rule had run its course. Instead, she had her entourage wear elegant white jumpsuits to complement her voluminous Francis Libiran wedding dress for her special day with now-husband Row Mercado.

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In an interview with Preview, Che revealed how she took into account her bridesmaids' comfort, as well as getting their money's worth by opting for outfits they could re-wear in the future. "Bridesmaids usually wear gowns/dresses and I wanted my girls to wear something different so I came up with the idea of them wearing jumpsuits. Aside from [jumpsuits being] very comfy, they can still use those even after the wedding," Che explains.

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Subsequently, her girls had free rein over the look of their jumpsuits, as custom made by designer Babylyn Inocencio. She did throw in her bride card for one simple request, though: "They were free to choose whatever neckline style/cut they want as long as it had ruffles!" The result? A clean-cut, positively chic modern-day bride tribe that we'd definitely emulate in the future.

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