5 Gorgeous Looks From Style Bloggers You Should Totally Wear To A Wedding
Worrying about their wardrobe isn’t a dilemma reserved for brides on their wedding—it includes everyone who’s invited as well. On the bright side, few opportunities come by like this occasion, where you can break out that stunning maxi dress, or the trendy mini-dress you bought but never got the chance to wear.
And thankfully for us, Instagram is an endless resource of sartorial fashion choices from creatives and bloggers with #OOTDs that have our jaws dropping in envy. Instead of gawking at your feed, why not pick up some tips and tricks from these style aficionados for your perfect wedding outfit?
Floral dresses are always on trend for spring, but blogger Krystal Bick chose to steer away from dainty pastels and chiffon for a statement-making box-pleated midi dress. The delicate print reminds us of blue and white porcelain, and the bold blue pleats definitely grabbed our attention.
Metallics have been especially popular in recent years, and they are showing no signs of dying down. Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper Girl looks effortless in this champagne gold satin dress which is not too bling, with the right amount of sheen. The knot and slit adds an interesting detail to the monochromatic look!
White lace is a big faux pas for wedding guests, but nobody mentioned red lace, or any other colours for that matter. Aimee Song’s outfit for the red carpet looks wedding party-ready as well, and she looks absolutely stylish in this shoulder-baring number with trumpet sleeves. Black lace adds a touch of edginess to this otherwise romantic silhouette.
Classic pieces never get old, so why not consider going vintage like Jane Aldridge from @seaofshoes. Known for her effortless styling of vintage and thrift pieces, she wears an emerald green Diane Von Furstenburg dress from the 1970s that looks elegant for a wedding. No frills—just a statement necklace and some gorgeous slip-ons.
An all-black outfit is a stylish choice for every occasion. We’ve all heard of the little black dress, but influencer Helena Bordon did a twist on the classic, opting for a two-piece ensemble in contrasting textures and an oversized belt. The draped detailing is classy and elegant for a dinner reception.
Featured image via Krystal Bick.