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How to Dress Up for a Grand Wedding?

How to Dress Up for a Grand Wedding?

Weddings are so much fun - scrumptious food, drinks, catching up with old pals, and dressing up. While all other aspects of attending a wedding are something which everyone looks forward to, but picking out the right dress can be an arduous task. One wrong choice and the wedding photographs will haunt you for the rest of your life.

To reduce your burden, we have rounded up the best guest dress ideas for all the upcoming grand weddings you are going to attend.

A Traditional Wedding

If you are going to attend a traditional wedding at the church or at a grand estate with white tents, sprawling green grass and suited up waiters offering champagne, then the best thing to do is to find a dress that matches subtleties of how the wedding scene would look like. Floral, elegant, fresh? You could go for long dresses for women with floral prints, bespoke minidress with soft pastel colors or you could also go for Lacey dresses! Stilettos for a church scene is sensible, but for all the other spaces - lawns with sprawling grass, block heel or wedges should be your crony.

A Beach Wedding

A destination wedding at a beach location is your chance to indulge in Bohemian online dress shopping. A great hat, sunglasses, cool dresses with prints and crochet, paired with comfy sandals- think about dressing up for a music festival like Coachella. Color is the big story here, with pastels and vivid hues perfectly complementing the blue expanse above and beside. Long dresses for women, maxi dresses - anything with embroidery or embellishment should be good to go.

A Nighttime Wedding

You can opt for dresses made of fabric with a high sheen - silk, velvet or satin. Anything you wear to this wedding willbe very well utilised for a fancy Friday night cocktail party, so spending generously on online dress shopping would be worth it. Red, black, darker shades of blue, paired with simplistic blings around the neck or ears and your best heels - this one isn’t that difficult!