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WHAT TO WEAR TO A WEDDING AS A GUEST

It’s almost that time of the year — wedding season!
What to wear to a wedding when you’re not the bride is an important topic of conversation. From debating colors of the outfit to the styles, wedding season is up and coming and it is important to consider your options carefully.
But before that, how about a quick refresher on wedding dress code etiquette? there are a few things to remember while getting dressed in order to still be respectful of the ceremony and the people getting married.

1. DON’T Wear White.

If there’s one way not to dress at a wedding, it’s wearing white. While not all brides are wearing white these days, it’s better to be safe than sorry. White is reserved for the BRIDE only.

2. DON’T Show Too Much Skin. 

Staying on the conservative side when attending a wedding is smart. Despite how awesome you look and however many hours you’ve spent toning and tanning, the bride is going to want all eyes on her. Make sure your dress is not too short or too tight. Also, Make sure that your cleavage is tasteful. That being said, it’s OK to accentuate your favorite asset. “[Your outfit] can have one sexy element like a plunging neckline, short hemline, cutout, low back, or a body con fit, but no more than one,” says Simone Hill, assistant editor at The Knot. 
Remember, this day is not about you so don’t dress like it’s YOUR night.

3. Better To Be Over-Dressed Than Under

There’ll be plenty of opportunities to wear flip-flops and cutoffs this summer, but a wedding is not one of them. If you want to go ‘casual’, that still means absolutely no jeans, shorts, or tank tops. Opt for a summer sundress or a pair of nice pants and blouse. 

4. Don’t Steal The Show

Remember there are going to be a ton of pictures taken during the night — either by a professional photographer or via guests’ smartphones — so it’s important to dress appropriately.Don’t wear something that will upstage the bride. Let her stand out in her wedding photos. 

5. Don’t Wear: Denim

It’s neither cute nor casual. It’s just bad manners.
Instead, try wide-leg trousers and a fancy blouse.
Now, find your wedding outfits inspiration below. 
1. A Jumpsuit
These can be elegant and formal too with the right details and accessories.
It’s also a bit unexpected for a wedding, yet still classy and dressy enough!
2. Tiered Dress
This dress screams summer wedding! Popular colors to wear is  blue, pale pink and sweet yellow to Keep it classy and fun. 
3. A Lace Dress
Stay pretty in a delicate lace dress.
4. Two-Piece
Why not mix and match your pieces?
Pants separates that are dressy enough for a wedding, especially in a bold color.
Or choose a big asymmetric skirt all in one color and pair it with a patterned top piece  to create the perfect look for a formal event. 
5. Beach Ready Maxi Dress
Go flowy for a beach wedding.
6. Short & Sassy
Stand out in a short and sassy dress made for dancing the night away. 
7. Boho Details
Add a little boho to your wedding guest look.
8. The Light Flowy
A light flowy dress is a very classic and elegant look perfect for spring weddings and light enough for summer as well.
9. All That Sparkles
A glittery sparkly dress is perfect for a wedding around the holidays or in the winter. 
10. Suit
A classic suit does the trick and gives you the perfect formal look for what to wear to the wedding. In summer, choose lighter colors to complement the time of year.
11. Black Tie dress
Dress it up with a black gown for a classy sophisticated look.
By: Hala AlZoubi

 

Which outfit will you be wearing to your next wedding invite? Let us know!
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