It’s wedding season, and after a long winter, we’re set on making the most of it. This also means, of course, that we’ll have an excuse to dress up once again (hurrah!), but seeing as we haven’t done much of that over the past couple of years, we all could do with a few reminders of how to actually get dressed for big events such as this. And this is how we’re here to help—by running you through some no-fail wedding guest outfit solutions.
We all have to walk that fine line when it comes to deciding what to wear to a wedding. We want to look striking, somewhat fun, but still appropriate. We want to be remembered for the right reasons, even if it isn’t our day whatsoever. Well, there are some basic ground rules worth referencing before rushing to the big day in a floral-print panic. We’ve covered the official dressing dos and don’ts of formalwear so that you can be the best dressed guest at all manner of nuptials and soirées with zero wardrobe stresses.
From the wow dresses that are guaranteed to make a big impact—without outshining the couple—to the heels that’ll see you through from the ceremony to the after-party. We’ve also cracked the code and found the wedding guest “rules” that are actually worth breaking (including black dresses), and now, with our help, you’ll be in good stead to say yes to all those upcoming invites. Consider this your guide on what to wear to a wedding, no matter how big or small.
So whether you have a city wedding to attend, a religious ceremony to consider carefully or you just don’t want to have a miffed bride on your hands (no white lace, okay?), this is a good place to start. We can all lose our heads when a swanky event comes a-knocking, but it’s really just a case of being fully prepared for every eventuality—and learning from some of our own fashion faux pas. Those strappy stilettos looked great online, yes, but were they really cut out for a marquee reception in a field? Not so much. Click through to read the nine rules for what to wear to a wedding when you’re just not sure.
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