Daniela: I think they're all super nice, and even though they're cheap, they look great on. It would also be a nice gesture toward the bridesmaids — instead of making them pay hundreds of dollars for a dress they probably won't ever wear again, to give them an affordable choice.
Conz: Being on a budget while planning a wedding is HARD. With these options you can a) be a nice bride and BUY the dresses for your bridesmaids or b) be a nice bride and have your bridesmaids not have to sell a kidney for a fancy dress they will only wear once. Either way, you end up being a nice bride :D
Bari: OMG BRIDES OF THE WORLD: PLEASE CONSIDER THESE NOW AND ALWAYS AND FOREVER. They're super respectful of a bridesmaid's budget, body shape, AND time, since F21 is literally everywhere.
The dresses were a pleasant surprise compared to some other bridesmaid dresses I've tried in the past! I've been in ~nine~ weddings, so my time in taffeta is in no way limited. And although not the highest quality, this fabric was SUPER comfortable, very lightweight (perfect for standing outside in July and weeping as two of your friends explain that their love is like a rare flower for 49 minutes and change), and didn't immediately make me vomit.
Annie: Forever 21 is a budget-friendly store and you get what you pay for, which means that things aren't expensive but you're sacrificing quality. That's what I expected from the dresses — something that was reasonably priced but wouldn't last a long time. These dresses were definitely more basic than other dresses — less color options and layers, which can be a good thing. Since they have less material, they're more breathable, which is a plus because I'm the sweaty friend.