What To Wear To A Wedding: 5 Looks

Wedding season has arrived; planners have been filled with nuptial dates of our friends and family and stores are stocked with a plethora of outfit options. Since there are so many aesthetics of weddings from casual to black tie, clients often ask me this time of year to help them put together different wedding guest looks. Here are five different outfits to give you some inspiration for the wedding season.

Wedding outfit #1

This look can be done at any wedding. A traditional floral dress is always a safe bet to wear at any wedding. While the dress is an off-white, what makes it appropriate (as you never want to wear the same colour as the bride) is the beautiful floral print. The blue accessories give it the perfect pop of colour. The floral detail in this look accents the waistline beautifully while the A-line cut would fall over the curves of most in the most flattering way (A-body-types especially!).

 

Wedding Guest #1

Wedding outfit #2

For those that perfer more of a sleek look, this jumpsuit is to die for. This look doesn’t need much to amplify it; a statement clutch, bold lip and some simple accessories will go a long way. Plus, the pants allow for easy movement to dance the night away!

 

Wedding Guest #2

 Wedding outfit #3

One piece looks are not a requirement at a wedding, which is easily shown with this stunning two piece combo. Your perfect wedding guest look may be hiding in your closet already! Pair your favourite statement skirt with a flirty top and you’re practically ready.

Wedding Guest #3

Wedding outfit #4

I love using work basics and elevating them for the evening. This trouser and camisole with a traditional blazer would look great during the day, but with a gold shawl the look is transformed into the perfect wedding look. Sophisticated and comfortable (YES!), this look with some delicate accessories is perfection. The blush and gold tones keep it soft and feminine for a wedding.

 

Wedding Guest #4

Wedding outfit #5

Although not as common, black-tie weddings do still exist and often require a shopping trip for this special occasion. For black-tie, a floor-length gown is always required. I love dresses that hug the waistline to show the silhouette, and this punch of red is a gorgeous statement colour. Classic jewellery is all that is required, and a statement clutch is the perfect accent to this wedding look.

 

Wedding Guest #5

Would you wear any of these wedding looks?