Wedding Guests Dress Style Guide 2018
A gorgeous white veil with an absolutely wonderful fairy tale. How many invites have you gotten this Winter Wedding Season? It is finally that time of the year, when you attend more wedding festivities and parties more than how much you would show up at your workplace. December and January are pretty hectic months and are generally event-filled months for everyone, so dressing up might be a bit of a task. During a wedding celebration, the guests are as important as the couple, cause the best times are celebrated with all. Today we will give you pro tips on how to dress up in the most Instagram friendly and trendy way to up your gown game.
Whether you sway towards dark monotones or prefer bright pastels, we are here to guide you on how to pull them off easily. It is important to find clothes that will make you look in sync with the theme of the wedding so you can blend well. Straight cut dresses with halter necks, polka dot prints, and peep-toe shoes, these are some of the usual things that go with almost all weddings. Sometimes finding outfits that look unique and put together can be tough, but you can dress majestically by doing some mix and match with your own wardrobe. So, say cheers to the wedding season, Cause it is time to put on your best dress and OwnTheLooks.
First up we have the classic Mullet Dress. Yes, these are still a relevant thing. It is popularly also known as the High Low Dress, but regardless of what you call them, these are our favorite. The high low hem dress runs long in the back and shorter in the front and manages to beautifully fit all body shapes. The beauty of the mullet dress is it does not require too much accessorizing, which also makes it versatile. For add-ons, you can carry a fancy shimmery clutch to go along and don stiletto heels for your feet.
Gwen Zamora wears a crimson red mullet dress
Hey, who says men are the only ones that can rock a tuxedo? If you want to really pack a punch and do something very high fashion and a little edgy for the wedding that you are attending, go ahead and rock a suit! Go be different this season, and this is definitely a good type of different. You can pick slim, form-fitting or tailored suits that flatter you and feel free to make accessories more feminine like flowery hair clips, bow hair bands, soft makeup, chunky earrings, and high heels can all that work perfectly well. For your hairdo, you can go with slick straight hair or put your hair up in a bun.
Doutzen Kroes rocks a navy blue tux
Who does not love a pretty lace dress? Choose from a range of bold dark shades such as Blacks, Blues or deep reds or go with offset pastels with similar pale shades, such as soft pink and lemon, baby blue and beige or cream and coffee to suggest a well thought out total look. And red lace or hot pink would be stunning! You can wear a pair of strappy stiletto heels and throw on a chic white tote bag. It is definite that wearing a lace dress is the best way to channelize and display your femininity and elegance. Whether it is a mini, midi or a maxi dress, lace is perfect for these kinds of occasions.
Deepika Padukone in a simple yet detailed white lace dress
And last but not the least, we have the Ballroom Gown. Yes, this may seem a bit extravagant but if you are close to the ones who are getting married, then why not. You have an array of gowns to choose from, right from different textures and materials to varied designs and cuts but bear in mind that you cannot overshadow the bride herself, so stay a bit mellow on that count. We love dark shades for gowns and would make a pick from royal blue, burgundy, dark brown or jet black. These are definitely the season's favas. For the accessory bit, wear a statement necklace that reflects the gown in a grand manner. Do carry an embellished or sequins studded clutch and put your hair in a bun. This way you look nothing short of a real-life Princess.
Carrie Underwood stuns in a plum ball gown
No matter how simple or grand the wedding is, you can dress up or dress down accordingly. It is a very festive period, and looking good can be taxing so make sure to wear clothes that keep you comfy so you can enjoy the festivities to the fullest. If you have other ways by which you own the look, do let us know!