Weddings are the biggest events to dress up for. However, there are so many rules on what to wear to a wedding which largely depends on the taste and culture of the couple. The problem with dressing up for a wedding varies from location to theme. For instance, there is stuff you can wear to a garden wedding but can’t wear to a church wedding. Some couples would allow the color black on their day, others won’t find that funny.
Never forgetting the ultimate, “I don’t want to see you wear white” from the bride. Although some couples don’t mind their guests wearing the color white, they might not want you dressing extravagantly and taking up the attention. Then again some couples would be pretty pissed if make no efforts. These are the problems. However, this read would help you sort out styles to wear as a wedding guest.
1) A WRAP DRESS
All you have to do is make sure you wear the appropriate color, and you are good to go. A wrap dress can be dressed up or dressed down depending on the accessories. Wrap dresses are almost perfect for every body type.
2) A SUIT
It could be a tux or a skirt. Whatever it is, you would be appropriately dressed. The right color especially if it is a themed wedding is everything. Accessorize with brooches, elegant and comfortable shoes, the right jewelry, ties, and headpiece if you may.
3) EVENING DRESSES
When it comes to weddings, evening dresses are appropriate all around. Bear in mind that cultures play a huge factor. You wouldn’t want to go to a hardcore Arab wedding in an evening dress with cleavage popping or lower back all out. There are evening dresses appropriate for all cultures. So make sure you get in line and don’t embarrass your hosts.
I hope you find this read helpful. Our next read at weddings would talk about the colors you should most likely avoid when going to a wedding and we would tell you why.