Azazie Bridesmaid Dress Color Comparisons – Which is Which?

Choosing dress colors online can sometimes feel like a giant guessing game. Does that color really look that bright in person? How much does this color differ from the other one? What will this dress look like in the evening versus during the day? And which colors go best together?

It can be hard to figure out the answers to these questions when you are looking at one picture of a model on your computer. That’s why in this blog post we put some of our most popular Azazie colors next to one another, so you can more easily see the difference. We also made sure to show the colors in different lights, to help you get a sense of how these dresses differ.

Keep in mind that screen resolutions can change the way colors appear, so we still recommend ordering swatches so you can see the color in person but we hope this post will help narrow down your choices.


Burgundy vs Cabernet

Burgundy and cabernet are both deep red tones. They can each successfully create an enchanting and romantic atmosphere for your wedding. However, there are some important differences between the two that you should consider. Note that the burgundy has a brighter and redder tone, while the cabernet provides a richer and darker color with a touch of purple. Azazie customers often choose one or the other, but they can also look beautiful together.

True Photography, Burgundy Bridesmaid Dresses, Azazie OneNine Images, Cabernet Bridesmaid Dresses, Azazie

(Left: Burgundy, Right: Cabernet)

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Burgundy, Cabernet, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Burgundy, Right: Cabernet)

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Burgundy, Cabernet, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Right: Burgundy, Left; Cabernet)

Dress Style: Azazie Ginger


Lilac vs Lavender vs Fog

Lilac and lavender often look very similar at first glance, but their subtle differences can make a big impact on the overall feel of your wedding day. Both colors are light purples that bring out a flowery and delicate femininity. Lilac fashions a slightly warmer tone allowing it to go along nicely with multiple shades of pinks, and is perfect for a spring or summer wedding. Lavender, in contrast, has a cooler tone that allows it to fit into a blue color palette, and would be better during the colder months in winter and fall.

Amanda Rahe Photography, lilac bridesmaid dresses, Azazie Michelle Lea Photographie, lavender Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Lilac, Right: Lavender)

Fog is a light gray color, but has a purple tint that goes well with other purple hues. If you are looking for a vintage neutral that fits well with a purple accent, fog is a great choice.

Maura Jane Photography, fog Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

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Fog Lavender Lilac Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Fog, Middle: Lavender, Right: Lilac)

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Fog Lavender Lilac Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Fog, Middle: Lavender, Right: Lilac)

Dress Styles: Azazie Kailyn, Azazie Demi, Azazie Ginger


Sky Blue vs Mist

It can be very easy to mistake sky blue for mist when looking at a photograph, but the colors are far from the same. Sky blue is more pigmented, and is overall a bluer color. Mist is lighter and has underlying gray tones that mute the blue’s brightness. While sky blue is lovely with a variety of pure-toned colors, mist goes beautifully with the dusty colors and works as a nice neutral for a range of color palettes.

Kaitlin Bailey Photography, sky blue Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie Brandi Sisson Photography, mist Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Sky Blue, Right: Mist)

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sky blue, mist, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Mist, Right: Sky Blue)

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sky blue, mist, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Mist, Right: Sky Blue)

Dress Style: Azazie Yazmin


Dusty Rose vs Vintage Mauve vs Dusk

Dusty rose, vintage mauve, and dusk are all within the same color families, allowing them to go very well with one another. Azazie customers love mixing and matching these colors to create all sorts of color spectrums. Dusty rose is a classic feminine pink that can be used as a gentle neutral, or as a rich addition. Vintage mauve is very similar, but encompasses a slightly darker and warm purple undertone. Dusk is close to a gray, but maintains a soft purple undertone that can cool down a warm color palette or warm up a cooler color palette. Put all three together to create a warm evening sky look.

@twokphoto, dusty rose, vintage mauve, dusk, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Dusk, Dusty Rose, Vintage Mauve, Bride, Dusk, Vintage Mauve, Dusty Rose)

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Dusty Rose, Vintage Mauve, Dusk, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Dusk, Middle: Vintage Mauve, Right: Dusty Rose)

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Dusty Rose, Vintage Mauve, Dusk, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Dusk, Middle: Vintage Mauve, Right: Dusty Rose)

Dress Styles: Azazie Kailyn, Azazie Melody


Pearl Pink vs. Blushing Pink

Pearl pink and blushing pink appear nearly identical on the screen, but in person they are very different. While blushing pink is a light, summery, baby pink; pearl pink takes on a warmer tone and looks closer to a light peach. Both shades combine easily with other Azazie colors, but do not always work well together. Azazie customers often find themselves choosing one or the other to finish off their color palette.

@thelightandthelove, pearl pink, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie Audra Wrisley Photography, blushing pink, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Pearl Pink, Right: Blushing Pink)

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Pearl Pink, Blushing Pink, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Blushing Pink, Right: Pearl Pink)

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Pearl Pink, Blushing Pink, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Pearl Pink, Right: Blushing Pink)

Dress Style: Azazie Julianna


Spa vs Caribbean

Spa and caribbean are bright sea greens, but note that they are not quite as bright as they appear online. Caribbean is slightly lighter than spa, so if you want a foamier look for your wedding it may be the better option. Spa has a dash more of green and is perfect for a tropical resort wedding.

Brett Paul Photography, caribbean, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie Blue Coral Photography, spa, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Caribbean, Right: Spa)

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Caribbean, Spa, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Caribbean, Right: Spa)

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Caribbean, Spa, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Caribbean, Right: Spa)

Dress Style: Azazie Kaleigh


Peacock vs Ink Blue

nikkinakataphotography, caribbean, spa, jade, peacock, ink blue, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Caribbean, Spa, Jade, Peacock, Ink Blue)

Peacock and ink blue are a fabulous way to complete the caribbean/spa color palette. All of the colors are in the blue-green family and compliment one another beautifully. Peacock is more green than ink blue, but still maintains a strong blue tinge. Ink blue airs on the side of a dark blue, but has an unmistakable green tone. These colors are rich and will bring a vibrant hue to your wedding day.

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Ink Blue, Peacock, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Ink Blue, Right: Peacock)

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Ink Blue, Peacock, Bridesmaid dresses, Azazie

(Left: Ink Blue, Right: Peacock)

Dress Style: Azazie Molly


If you have further questions about colors, please contact our Customer Service team.

4 Comments

4 Comments on Azazie Bridesmaid Dress Color Comparisons – Which is Which?

  1. Steph says:

    This is awesome! Can you please do a round two with more comparisons? I’d love to see Jade vs. Jungle Green vs. Aurora Teal

  2. Lisa Nash says:

    Hello, this color comparison is very helpful! My daughter likes the new color “desert rose” for her bridesmaids. Can you please tell us which palette would complement this color? Also, I am shopping for mother of bride dress as well. So far I like the colors steel gray, hazelnut, dusk, and dusty rose. What would be the best complement to desert rose or do you have another suggestion? Thank you!

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