11 outfit ideas to wear to a summer wedding

21st June 2016

Between booking somewhere to stay and picking a gift, being a wedding guest isn’t always plane sailing. We’ve taken the hassle out of perfecting the right outfit, so now you’ve got one less thing to fret over.

Tailor Made

Behold the seriously elegant and flattering tailored fit dress. Nifty darts, pleats and a waist whittling central band highlight all of your best bits. Florals and spots are equally beautiful with nude and bright accessories. Top with an organza hat for formal invites.

Elevated Jersey

Lift a vintage shaped jersey number into the occasion arena by introducing a smart sandal, dressy shawl and cocktail clutch. Finish with extra special add-ons like a feathered fascinator or timeless pearls for serious oomph. Don’t forget the confetti and a stash of tissues!

Beach Nuptials

Make your holiday midi work hard by reinventing it for a beach ceremony. The crochet detail lends a soft and elegant spin, while sticking to a rich navy hue keeps thing traditional enough for vows and speeches. A wide-brimmed straw hat and wedges will lend a coastal chic spin, while a punchy bright coral lip and sandals are great for tropical destinations.

Little Floral Frock

Forget the LBD, now it’s all about the LFF, or Little Floral Frock as it’s called in wedding circles. On the knee, with a sassy cut sleeve, all you need is a prim top handle bag and block heel or mule to tick off this easy to master, photographer-friendly look.

Evening Invite

Off to an evening do? Don’t overlook a trusty jumpsuit as an alternative after dark option that shows your style savvy credentials. A high strappy heel or jewelled flatties with a statement necklace and bracelets are just the thing to give Evelina and Jacinta disco glam edge.

Head Turning Separates

A sleeveless top in a knock out print wins wedding guest approval when styled with a vampy pencil or full midi skirt. Or try clashing our scatter print shell top with block colour shorts and trousers for a cool wedding spin. Layer a smart jacket or shrug for extra arm coverage in church or at outdoorsy evening do’s then ditch it for the essential dancefloor boogie later on.

Summer Suiting

Soft tailoring is perfectly acceptable for a wedding, especially if the dress code is easy going. Just be sure to ramp things up a little. Jersey and linen mix jackets are crying out for statement making brooches and our chinos will look extra special with silky tops and kitten heels. A fancy blow dry or up-do goes the extra mile for staying polished early doors to lights out.

Vamp Up A Shirt

Create a vintage look that’ll have every guest swooning by tucking one of our collared linen Jeanne or Tavia stripy shirts into a full, voluminous midi. Be sure to make the skirt the main event by picking crystal pleats, arty florals and bold retro prints, then hammer home the kitsch feel by adding retro specs, cat flick eyeliner, a neckerchief or scarlet pout into the mix.

Fancy Flippy Hem

Take one swishy, flippy hemmed skirt and twirl the day away. Hailey works wonders with prim lace and off-the-shoulder tops alike. Choose from the floral or blot prints then elevate the elegance with a pretty pill box hat, bow-topped hair band or jewel-encrusted slide for a regal twist that’ll make you look and feel a million dollars.

Neon Dress Up

For colour loving wedding-goers look no further than our Ianthe tunic dress. A breezy shape lends a cool relaxed minimalist feel while a bit of glitz comes in the form of an intricate adorned neckline. Talk about a feel good frock.

Hero Add Ons

Try a modern pashmina style with our contrasting woven scarves or cover up shoulders in the romantic drapes of the Keva cardigan. Snap up glam-injecting gem and bead necklaces for last minute dress recycling panics. Our cleverly curated accessories and cover-ups will ensure your outfit pops right through until carriages at midnight.

Have you got any weddings to attend this summer? What will you be wearing?

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