It’s warming up and so is Wedding season.
While you don’t want to outshine the Bride on her special day, finding something that hits the Wedding attire brief, dress code requirements and still oozes your personality and style can be slightly tricky.
If you’re looking for the perfect outfit for those Spring Weddings here are my Top 5 Spring Wedding Outfits 2016.
1. The Beach Wedding
A maxi dress is the perfect Beach Wedding outfit. You can opt for a stunning jewelled sandal or wedge heel for a casual Wedding or a strappy stiletto if it’s more formal and not right amongst the sand and the waves.
2. The Destination Wedding
This is time for you to have a little fun. Go for something that has an interesting cut, colour or fabric, is comfortable for all of the dancing, venue changes and meets the weather demands. Remember light chiffon fabrics will make feel cool in tropical or hot destinations.
3. The Vintage Wedding
If you’re looking for something on trend, lace and figure hugging, look no further than a beautiful sexy jumpsuit. Not only does it hit the brief but it’s practical, comfortable and perfect for the ladies who like the look of a dress but prefer to wear the pants.
4. The Garden Wedding
Love a print? Then going for something with a romantic flare will have you feeling fresh and seasonal. If flowers aren’t you’re thing and prefer them in the garden or in the brides hands, then go for a slightly abstract print and a dark background so that you don’t become overwhelmed and scared off. Also look for a cut that allows the print to flow, you will feel more relaxed with the draping fabric and it allows plenty of room front for the lolly bar!
5. Traditional Wedding
Simple and elegant is the way to go. You can’t go past a solid colour, sexy V front and just below the knee. Appropriate √ Classy √ Wear again √. The bonus of a beautiful simple dress is that you can wear it again and again. Change it up by adding a belt, compliment with different accessories and play the colour with a coloured shoe.
it’s key to dress to the Bride and Grooms requests and according to their desired Wedding. Remember being that one person in the room that stood out like you know what’s because they failed the dress code. Don’t be that person and if you’re not sure, ask!