You've put up the save-the-date card on your fridge, now it's time to plan your outfit. Show up in style with a fresh, on-trend look.
This neckline happens to be both stylish and super flattering. Whether you rock it in a dress or top, it will elongate your neck, show off your shoulders and strike the perfect balance between sexy and sophisticated.
Looking to change things up? A jumpsuit is a great alternative to a dress if you’re craving something different yet still black-tie appropriate. For optimal elegance, choose a fabric with some weight to it instead of anything overly light like cotton, which could feel too casual.
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For a fun, feminine look, set your sights on a full, high-waist calf-length skirt. Pair it with a crop top (making sure not to show too much skin) for trendy appeal or tuck in a sleeveless bow-front blouse if you’re feeling more classic.
Ruffles both large and small add a lovely touch of romance, whether they're embellishing hems, necklines or anything in between. On a top, dress or skirt, this pretty detail is just the ticket if you’re a guest at a daytime ceremony.
Short, midi or maxi, a vintage-inspired lace dress makes the ideal fashion pick for a wedding. The only rule? Make sure your dress is any colour except for white or ivory! You wouldn’t want to pull attention away from the bride.
Cropped wide-leg trousers have become a wardrobe staple for every season. Accessorize them with a clutch and high-heeled sandals if you’re attending nuptials with a cocktail-attire dress code. The best part is that you’ll wear them again and again.
Take a break from solid colours and try a fabulous pattern instead. Whether you go for flowers or stripes, prints can easily transition from weekend to wedding with a few simple tweaks. Just make sure to opt for a dressier fit and dial up your hair and makeup for a more formal feel.
Borrow from the boys’ closet with trousers and a matching blazer in a bold hue. Impeccable tailoring is essential to pull off this trend. Make sure your suit fits you like a glove, and then dress it up with statement-making jewellery.