7 Wedding Guest Outfit Ideas to Feel Fabulous In
As the wedding invites come flooding in, the search for the perfect frock begins. Before the impulse late night online buys and frantically hitting the shops start we thought we’d provide you with some inspiration to steer you in the right aisle. We’re chanelling the fun summer brights and the not so conventional bridal shapes. It’s time to be bold, beautiful and bright this wedding season.
Slip into the most elegant dress you’ll own this season. Choose a mid-length style and an electric colour to avoid looking like you’ve raided your lingerie drawer. Pair with a pair of killer heels and a clutch for ultimate sophistication.
Off the Shoulder
The Bardot dress is a big hit this season! Keep the skirt length to below the knee for a classy and sophisticated look. Bright sunshine yellows, bold greens and chic blacks will definitely bring the wow factor. For church weddings make sure to cover those shoulders with a wrap, add a pair of statement earrings and you’re good to go.
Don’t leave all the suit fun to the guys. With trouser suits dominating the trends this season why not choose a two-piece in a hot pink or a pretty pastel. Team with a pair of heels to add a sexy, feminine feel to your suit.
No one said you had to wear a frock. Jumpsuits are the perfect alternative to a dress. Super comfy and stylish, you will feel fabulous from start to finish. Your favourite heels and a contrasting colour bag will finish your outfit beautifully.
With colourful, bold stripes catching our attention this SS18, you will be sure to find a dress or jumpsuit in the popular print. Ultra-cool, sassy and chic, experiment with stripes this wedding season.
As always florals are springing up everywhere on the high street in bold, vivid colours. Embrace the reds, blues, yellows and greens as you choose what to wear.
It’s a Wrap
For the hourglass figures or those wanting to cover the mum tum, wrap dresses are back for the summer. In polka dots and florals you’ll ooze confidence in the styles available on the high street.