3 Ways to Dress for a Spring Wedding
Read this before you RSVP
It’s wedding season and you know what that means! Your cousin, long-time friend, and coworker all have weddings with different dress codes! One is a garden soiree in the middle of the day, the second is a semi-formal event at the hotel downtown and the third is a casual and romantically rustic event hosted at a vineyard. With so many nuptials and so little time to dress for them, it can be easy to get frustrated with the normal retail shopping experience. Don’t get bogged down with the stress of it all! We’ve compiled a list of ways to dress for the various weddings you may be invited to attend this Spring. With these suggestions and expert tips from your Front Door Fashion stylist, you’ll be saying “yes to the dress” and “bye-bye to stress.”
Mid-day Garden Soiree
Stay cool at the mid-day garden wedding in a sleeveless structured dress that reflects the theme. This particular Black Halo dress is a sophisticated floral that is further elevated by the ruffle accent on the shoulder. Stick with open toe shoes and a simple but trendy earring.
You’ve RSVP’d your plus one attendance to the semi-formal wedding downtown. Now, what to wear? We suggest an elegant sheath dress or even a silk dress. If you choose to go for a short dress, long sleeves will provide the balance. Stay polished with pointed toe heels that will draw attention to your legs in an appropriate and chic way. Compliment the red dress with gold metallic accessories and you’re ready to shine at the reception!
Romantically Rustic Vineyard
For a casual wedding that’s outdoors we love the look of a floral printed maxi. And the smaller print floral is on trend for this spring! Keep your accessories casual with a small neutral colored bag or clutch. If the wedding is at night and it’s chilly out, try a scarf or shawl in a coordinating color. Lastly, you’ll want to choose a heel or sandal with a block heel that will help you move around outdoors. The last thing you want is to be pulling your stilleto out of the ground when your friends say “I do.”