Wedding season will be upon us in a few months. I've seen invited guests stress like a bride when they have no idea what to wear. Whether you're attending your cousin’s holiday nuptials or a wedding this Spring, do check out all your dress options. Unless the invite specifies casual, semi-formal or formal you’ll have to either ask or figure it out on your own. Venue and the bride’s gown are big rule of thumb factors. If you know the bride is going to be in a Reem Acra ball gown, walking down the aisle of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral with a reception at the Waldorf, you’re going formal. Where I live (San Francisco Bay Area) sometimes guests show up dressed 'California Casual' no matter the season, venue or what the invite specifies; whereas when I was in New York everyone went a little more cosmopolitan and dressed according to season. While we're all connected to a particular region with a friend and family network, most
SPRING/SUMMER BEACH OR DESTINATION WEDDING
SPRING GARDEN WEDDING
This one is dedicated to the Great Mademoiselle. A light and airy version of the Chanel look ideal if you're a guest at a garden or tea-time wedding with a vintage feel. Great look for bridesmaids too.
These peach and beige tones of Spring move easily into evening dressing with satins, golds and metallics.
This look is part 50s, part 60s with another baby doll dress accessorized with the peep-toe floral shoes.
There are so many of these weddings come summertime along the coasts. Cotton and warm weather are buddies once you're in this great dress by Coldwater Creek. Big surprise is the price!
Wedding Guest by Buster Brown (buried in work)
AUTUMN GARDEN OR RESORT WEDDING
Untitled by Missy Creations(I cant favorite)
WINTER FORMAL AND EVENING WEDDING
Marry Me? by *ciara*
THE GREEN WEDDING
meditation by Geralina
THE ART DECO WEDDING
art deco drama by babydoll<3