The hot weather season is jam-packed with wedding ceremonies, in fact, to be honest, summer season is wedding season. I won’t be surprised that you have your diary full of this special occasion (especially with many who postponed their weddings due to the health pandemic), from a cousin, sister, to best friends there’s always someone getting married this season. This is where various outfit ideas are very important, from jumpsuits to short suits, but if you’re really kin to stand out in the crowd this season, a gorgeous summer wedding guest dress is always a win-win. You can’t bit the classic summer wedding dress, from pastel cotton fabric to chiffon floral dresses, what about the Broderie Anglaise? Trust me this season, you’ll definitely break legs.
To style a good summer wedding guest outfit, don’t be afraid to go simple, and also add a little bit of edge to it here and there. Go simple by finishing the dress with a pair of strappy sandals. and a set of gold jewelry either by Monica Vinader, Missoma, or Merjuri, I will recommend hoop earrings as they’re the trend of the season with a long pendant necklace or choker necklace and bracelet. To elevate your look even further, a bedazzled wristwatch (I will recommend JBW), and an oversized clutch bag are all you need. Don’t forget to sleek your hair back and a makeup no-makeup look with neon orange or red-orange lips will say classy.
To add an edge to your summer wedding dress, I will say, color-block your look with your shoes and bag against the dress, a set of gold jewelry, nude lips, nude eyes, hair slick back, and spritz a good spicy, fruity, floral fragrance just like Pretty Little Thing Dream Of Me EDP or floral musky AERIN Waterlily Sun eau de parfum because it’s summer and you’re ready to go.
If you’re stuck, don’t worry many designers like Stella McCartney’s pastel dress is screaming everything sexy, Dior printed shirt dress is so chic, Ted Baker Jacquard cocktail dress will sort you out, Dolce & Gabbana Broderie Anglaise dress is just everything heavenly, and if you’re looking for budget-friendly dresses, high street brands like Mango, Missguided, Boohoo, Pretty Little Thing, and River Island have great alternatives that won’t break the bank.
Buying habit? I will recommend buying at least 5 pieces of luxury options depending on how many events you have booked this season, and if you’re ready to splurge. On the other hand, if you’d rather save, I will say go for 2 luxury options and re-style them for different occasions and better still, you can simply go for 3 pieces from any high street brands.