This Collection Will Make You Consider Buying A Second Wedding Dress

Finding a wedding dress can be a stressful disaster. It's like meeting the perfect partner: Rarely is the first option (or second, or third...) the one. Nowadays, however, some of the pressure can be alleviated, as more and more women are opting to buy two gowns for their big day — consider this the main squeeze and the side piece.

The main squeeze, of course, is the ceremony dress. This is the one you'll be actually getting married in, the dress that has you saying yes to the stress. It's usually (but definitely not always) more traditional, white or off-white, and can sometimes cost a fortune. The side piece, on the other hand, is the dress you wear after the ceremony. It's the dress that you can let loose in because you're married and you finally don't care what color the napkins are, or if your bridesmaids wore their hair the way you asked them to, already happened.

The upside to having multiple options are easy: You'll feel refreshed for the party, you'll get the opportunity to rock two badass looks, and you'll (hopefully) feel slightly more comfortable as you dance the night away. The downside, though, is that buying a second dress isn't exactly budget-friendly — but it can be. For that wedding dress 2.0., we recommend scanning through Reformation's latest bridal collection; its dresses are reasonably priced (at least in the wide world of bridal) and just as amazing-looking as you'd want to be after a nuptial wardrobe change.

Take a look through the slideshow ahead to meet your match. One of these dresses could be the gown of your dreams — or the second best thing.
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Wear the crop top or skirt again by itself.

Reformation Gemini Two Piece, $558, available at Reformation.
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When you can't decide on white or a pretty color, choose both.

Reformation Romanica Dress, $428, available at Reformation.
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Classic, yet fresh.

Reformation Seleste Dress, $488, available at Reformation.
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High neckline, low back.

Reformation Frossen Dress, $248, available Reformation.
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Floral is a good substitute for an all-white second dress — if you spill a drink on yourself at the party, your night isn't ruined.

Reformation Anne Dress, $428, available at Reformation.
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We can't decide if this should be your first or second look, but we can decide that you should have it.

Reformation Francesca Dress, $488, available at Reformation.
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Can you say Kate Middleton?

Reformation Thea Dress, $428, available at Reformation.
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This slinky number is just asking to be accessorized.

Reformation Luma Dress, $278, available at Reformation.
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The last thing you'll want is to worry about readjusting your dress all night. If your strap falls down while you're dancing, it'll look like it was meant to be off-the-shoulder.

Reformation Isabella Dress, $388, available at Reformation.
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The only time we're sure cap sleeves will look good, thanks to the low-cut back.

Reformation Dylan Dress, $388, available at Reformation.
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Beach brides, listen up!

Reformation Citrine Dress, $518, available at Reformation.
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If you're not doing anything else traditional, why stick to a traditional gown?

Reformation Ariel Dress, $198, available at Reformation.
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Into this off-white color.

Reformation Winslow Dress, $268, available at Reformation.
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Just enough leg.

Reformation Julieta Dress, $388, available at Reformation.
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Off-the-shoulder without falling off.

Reformation Poppy Dress, $388, available at Reformation.
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Seriously, you don't even need to be getting married to rock this.

Reformation Dima Dre, $648, available at Reformation.