Forget about waiting until the traditional wedding season, Spring weddings are already happening. White is obviously off the menu but there are tons of alternatives, no need to panic! From dresses to jumpsuits, here’s our favorite wedding-guest outfit ideas.
Do we need to say anything? This short silky frilled dress in the perfect shade of blue has a wow-factor to it and there is no need to convince you about that. Super short, it has long sleeves and a romantic collar to balance everything and give you the perfect sophisticated – yet sexy – look. Light as a feather, this dress was made for you to dance with your newlywed friends all night long. The best part of it? This dress is ethically made by using unused excess fabrics such as silk.
Frilled blue occasion dress
Although black is frequently associated with sadness, this color is not entirely off the menu. Specially if you wear it in small doses (please skip the “head to toe” black outfit) and style it with some color. This sleeveless and ruffled blouse is perfect for it, as you can match it with a silky midi skirt or a pair of palazzo trousers and the right accessories.
Ruffle detail black Top
Made from unused excess fabrics such as cotton and rayon, this shiny pink shirtdress is very versatile and can be worn with bare legs or paired with trousers – or even jeans. As for a wedding, we suggest matching it with heeled strappy sandals and a pair of statement earrings, et voilà, you are good to go. There is no need for any extras, as the pink fabric really does its work, don’t you think?
Pink pointed collar mini dress
Wide leg jumpsuit
Not a dress type of gal? No worries, this jumpsuit has got you covered. Short sleeved with an accentuated v-neck and fluid wide leg pants, this style suits almost every body type. In navy blue, this is the perfect alternative for all those who are having trouble finding THE wedding outfit of their dreams. Style it with yellow, green or orange accessories to add some color and you’re ready to rock!
Blue v-neck jumpsuit
We are definitely not done with ruffles. Produced with 100% unused excess fabrics, you can match this asymmetric skirt with a sleeveless fluid blouse and a pair of heeled sandals or pointed slingback shoes. This way you’ll be elegant enough to fit the occasion, yet with a fun and edgy feel.