How to Choose Your Stylish Wedding Guest Attire

If you’re attending a wedding soon and still don’t know what to wear, don’t worry – we came to the rescue. Finding just the perfect dress, matching it with good makeup, hair, and statement accessories is not as easy as it looks. If you’re a busy lady who works every day, things can get messy. Luckily, with our short, simple guide, everything will become much simpler. Making a fierce fashion statement during a wedding is guaranteed if you choose the right dress. Literally, everything revolves around this piece of clothing. Go through the tips below to find out more about this season’s trends and how to choose your stylish wedding guest attire!

Make Bold Choices

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Even if you are not a big fan of daring outfits, this summer is the best time to experiment with different looks. Elegant lace dresses are always trending, but this time, make sure that yours is done in a statement color. You can even amp up the game and show-off some skin. You don’t want to look basic and blend in with the crowd, but try not to outshine the bride as well. If you’re attending the wedding of a close family member or your best friend, this is where things get interesting. It is the perfect excuse to flaunt a long, A-line dress with a plunging neckline that will make you feel like a princess. Body-hugging, mermaid styles are one of the top trending designs among wedding guests this season.

Stand Out In A Cocktail Dress

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Don’t hesitate to debut those long legs in a cocktail dress. Short ensembles are perfect for wedding guests, especially for spring and summer. If you’re already tired of the floor-length designs and need a fresh change, you can always choose a short one. Since it is already spring, you can start looking at fun prints done in vivid colors. Choosing a bold shade will really have you stand out in the crowd. And that’s what we all want, isn’t it? To be unique and trendy! If you’re a lady who prefers monochrome looks, you can always add some jewelry and even a statement brooch.

Accessorize Your Wedding Guest Attire

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No matter what you decide to wear, don’t forget about the accessories! When you opt for that classy little black dress, jewelry is the way to make it look much more interesting. If you are rocking a simple ensemble, you can always add elegant, bejeweled bracelets. Elegant necklaces with gorgeous pendants are usually a great choice that complements wedding guest attire. If you want all of your accessories to match, the best way to go is to get a jewelry set that includes matching earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings. This will make things so much easier for you. You can also go for fun hair accessories since flowers, stones, and beads are other huge trends. Every hairstyle will look much better with some added bling to it, as every wedding look deserves to be next-level. Therefore, extra glam won’t hurt your look!

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Best,

Iris

Iris Tan is an art lover, fashion blogger, and world traveler. She is always thinking outside the box, while looking for inspiration in everything she sees and feels.

Iris is also a guest writer for Glam & Gowns. To find out how you can become one of our guest writers, email us at blog@faviana.com!

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