Designer bridesmaids dresses under $200

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White by Vera Wang One-shoulder side-draped dress

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Yes, you absolutely can find beautiful, flattering bridesmaids dresses in every color and style without breaking the bank!

White by Vera Wang One-shoulder side-draped dress, style VW360050, $99 to $158, White by Vera Wang, available at David's Bridal.

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After Six Knee-length strapless dress

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After Six Knee-length strapless dress, style 6618, $184, After Six.


















High-neck, A-line cocktail dress

(Photo courtesy of Alfred Sung)

High-neck, A-line cocktail dress, style D448, $122, Alfred Sung.


















One-shoulder cocktail dress

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One-shoulder cocktail dress, style 162, $174, Wtoo.




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Full-length v-neck dress

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Full-length v-neck dress, style 6550, $198, After Six.



















Sweetheart A-line dress

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Sweetheart A-line dress, style 7180, $185, Alfred Angelo.


















Strapless A-line dress

(Photo courtesy of Alfred Sung)

Strapless A-line dress, style D474, $119, Alfred Sung.



















Strapless sweetheart dress

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Strapless sweetheart dress, style "Tara," $178, Donna Morgan.

















Strapless floor-length dress

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Strapless floor-length dress, style 6556, $198, After Six.



















V-neck cocktail dress

(Photo courtesy of Wtoo)

V-neck cocktail dress, style 333, $198, Wtoo.


















Floor-length halter dress

(Photo courtesy of Alfred Sung)

Floor-length halter dress, style D493, $125, Alfred Sung.

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V-neck cocktail dress

(Photo courtesy of Alfred Sung)

V-neck cocktail dress, style D502, $135, Alfred Sung.


















Cocktail-length sweetheart dress

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Cocktail-length sweetheart dress, style 953, $184, Wtoo.


















Full-length A-line dress

(Photo courtesy of Alfred Angelo)

Full-length A-line dress, style 7187, $179, Alfred Angelo.


















A-line halter dress with neck ruffle

(Photo courtesy of Alfred Sung)

A-line halter dress with neck ruffle, style D468, $172, Alfred Sung.

















High-neck knee-length dress

(Photo courtesy of Alfred Sung)

High-neck knee-length dress, style D534, $162, Alfred Sung










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