Bachelor Nation’s Best Dressed Women

Bachelor Nation’s Best Dressed Women

Following the Season 28 finale of “The Bachelor,” now is the perfect time to look back at some of Bachelor Nation’s best-dressed contestants.

From limo entrances on night one to the weekly rose ceremonies, the women of “The Bachelor” have been rocking stylish looks for years!

Here are some of Bachelor Nation’s fan-favorite looks and style icons:

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Maria Georgas
The ultimate fashion icon on this season of “The Bachelor” was undeniably Maria Georgas. Each outfit was creative, ranging from sexy to classy, neutral to pops of color, and she even pulled out a quick change on a group date in episode 2. She kicked off the season with a black, cut-out gown with gorgeous floral embellishments on night one, capturing the attention of the fans, and of Joey, right away! One of her most iconic looks was the, now sold-out, Aritzia “bandage dress” that she wore to her 3-on-1 “date,” where Joey squashed the drama between her and fellow contestant, Sydney Gordon, ultimately giving Maria the rose and sending Sydney home.
Kit Keenan
New York City fashionista and daughter of American fashion designer, Cynthia Crowley, Kit Keenan had some very memorable looks on Matt James’ season of the show. Her night one dress made her stand out from the other contestants, as she departed from the typical evening gown, stepping out of the limo in a feathered-mini dress, designed by her mom. Her style was always elevated and chic, staying true to her NYC roots!

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Jojo Fletcher

The fashion industry has evolved since JoJo Fletcher’s season of “The Bachelorette” in 2016, but this bachelorette’s outfits remain timeless. A look from her season that is still recognized today as one of the best outfits worn by Bachelor Nation’s leading ladies is her Badgley Mischka gown from the final rose ceremony. From the full, flowing skirt to the beautifully detailed bodice, this dress was ahead of its time… and is still available for a significantly cheaper price on Rent The Runway! Since her time on the show, this style icon launched her clothing line called “Fletch,” and has patterned with brands like RESA to create trendy and affordable designs.

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Daisy Kent
Another diamond of Joey Graziadei’s season was runner-up, Daisy Kent. The fans fell in love with her throughout the season as they got to know her sweet, bubbly personality, and her style represented that perfectly. Despite wearing many pastels and bright colors, she radiated confidence at “After the Final Rose” when came out on stage in a dark, burgundy halter dress, covered in sequins from head to toe!

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Teresa Nist
As the winner of the very first season of “The Golden Bachelor,” Teresa Nist proved to Bachelor Nation that fashion is not defined by age. Throughout the season, she wore several classy evening gowns and fun, colorful outfits on the group dates, but her best look was none other than her wedding ceremony dress. Although she wore this after the season ended, her Badgley Mischka wedding gown was both beautiful and iconic, as this was Bachelor Nation’s first-ever Golden Wedding. The dress had a beautiful mermaid-style train and strapless neckline, giving this bride a classic yet contemporary look for her big day!
Victoria Fuller
Victoria Fuller is best known for her making it to the final three on Peter Webber’s season of “The Bachelor,” but her outfits from her time on “Bachelor in Paradise” are to die for. She always had a very chic and modern style to her which she brought with her to the beach! One of her best looks from the show was her Revolve dress from the finale episode; from the elegance of the high neckline to the stunning green color and the tasteful cutouts, this look was perfection.

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Victoria Larson aka “Queen Victoria”

Next up, Victoria Larson may not have been one of the best-dressed contestants, but she certainly brought some iconic looks to “The Bachelor” with her “Queen Victoria” persona. She arrived on night one being carried in on a carriage, with her iconic tiara on her head. Despite being known as the villain and fashion faux pas of Season 25, she redeemed herself with many cute, beachy outfits on “Bachelor in Paradise,” taking a step back from the “Queen Victoria” look.

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Lindsay Yenter
Last but certainly not least we have the runner-up on Season 17 of “The Bachelor,” Lindsay Yenter. In Sean Lowe’s season, her style could best be described as simple yet girly, but her night one outfit was one to remember. Bachelor Nation was stunned when she stepped out of the limo wearing a wedding dress and veil, planting a big smooch on the bachelor! Although it didn’t end up being true love for these two, this look is surely one of the most iconic limo entrances in the show’s history!

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