With the massive amounts of ceremonies going on during the year the biggest question we always ask ourselves is…what to wear.
Whether you’re going to a beach wedding in Seaside, FL or witnessing vows in a Spanish villa in Cancun, to getting down in a fancy ballroom in N.Y.C. I’ve got some wedding style tips you’ll need for all the weddings on your agenda this spring and summer that will allow any wedding guest to look amazing without outshining the bride and groom.
Black Tie Wedding:
Oh you fancy huh? A black tie wedding is the perfect time to bring up the glamour. Channel your inner screen-siren and choose a floor-length gown paired with glamorous heels.
Rules to Remember: Don’t be afraid to wear color. Dramatic jewelry is welcome, and coiffed hair is a must.
Rustic Chic. Embrace your inner southern belle without abandoning your high fashion roots. A wedged heel will allow you to navigate fields or barnyard dance floors with ease.
Rules to Remember: If the wedding is during the day, opt for lighter colors and for nighttime choose richer shades. Don’t be afraid to “toughen” up your dainty look with a bold clutch.
A Shore Thing. For an easy yet ethereal seaside look, go bohemian in a easy breezy cocktail dress paired with pops of colorful jewels and strappy flats.
Rules to Remember: When choosing your beach ready look make sure you’re considering the elements (think sand, heat and water).
A New York State of Mind”. The city of lights deserves a daring dress and major accessories. Indulge your inner fashionista with edgy styles and a pair of statement shoes.
Rules to Remember: Go bold or go home.
Follow these rules and you’ll be on the best dressed guest list in no time!
See some outfit ideas below with a glimpse of the amazing wedding I was able to attend in Seaside, FL this past weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Clutter. ❤
Note: Rent the Runway is an amazing way to wear gorgeous dresses for a fraction of the price. I use them for all my big event because let’s face it, what woman actually wears or wants to wear the same dress again…I know I don’t. 🙂
Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Clutter