What to wear for a wedding

Once upon a time weddings were a big affair of the heart, but a simple occasion to plan. After saying “yes”, all a girl had to do was book the church, wait for the D-Day, wear white and say “I do”.

Once upon a time weddings were a big affair of the heart, but a simple occasion to plan. After saying “yes”, all a girl had to do was book the church, wait for the D-Day, wear white and say “I do”.

That was then.

Now, an engaged girl is quite literally spoilt for choice with year round nuptials, venues covering stately homes and dresses ranging from discreet to decadent. In short, tradition is out, anything goes. Actually, this is great news for the bride, but where does that leave the guest?

In order to get the look when going for a wedding you may want to try out the following ways that will make you look classy, without breaking the bank.

According to fashion designer, Keri Wajunzi, daytime weddings call for color, so look for well-cut dresses in bright hues. Length should be at least to the knee length. And as for shoes, stick with wedges so you don’t sink into the grass if you’re outdoors.

A cross body bag is good, perfect for the reception because its hands free.

If the wedding is taking place s in the evening, you can afford to go a little more formal. Or not. It is your choice. Black, of course is always welcomed, along with darker, richer colors. It is definitely more tasteful to wear glitter and high heels in the evening.

 

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