It all depends on what role you have at the wedding, of course. However, if you are invited, the dress will always be the right choice.
To decide on the ideal look for a wedding, everything depends first on what role you have in it. Whether you’re a bridesmaid, godmother or bride, of course! In this article you’ll find some tips on how to choose an ideal look for a wedding if you’re invited. Don’t miss them!
Guidelines for an ideal look
Choosing the ideal look for a wedding is not easy. In addition, there are certain factors to consider that are extremely important. For example, you won’t choose the same outfit if the wedding is in the fall as if it’s in the summer, will you?
Let’s start with some tips for an ideal look and then make a few points about the time of year.
The garment? Dress!
Maybe you’re the one who hates dresses and skirts and you’re comfortable only with pants. However, it is a special day, an extraordinary and different day in which everyone wears their best clothes.
That’s why the dress is the indispensable garment for a guest. Even if you opt for a jacket suit with trousers, we insist that a jacket suit with a skirt is better. It’s only one day!
On the other hand, the skirt of the dress may be short for celebrations during the day. However, for evening events the ideal look for a wedding is the long one.
It’s not a costume.
In fact, it’s a special day when your style won’t be the usual one. However, that doesn’t mean that you don’t have to feel comfortable with your model. The goal is also to enjoy the day and therefore, choosing an elegant dress should not be at odds with what you feel comfortable.
The advice, therefore, is to avoid clothes with too much cleavage that make you feel uncomfortable or skirts that are too short. Also, avoid tight dresses that won’t allow you to enjoy the party and banquet.
Stamped or single color?
Single color dresses definitely shine with their elegance and are part of an ideal look for a wedding. Even fuchsia is an interesting option. Forget white, it’s the color of the bride.
On the other hand, you must bear in mind that there are certain restrictions in relation to other colors. For example, there is always controversy about black. Indeed, it is the color of mourning, and in this sense, it seems unsuitable for a wedding. However, it is also the king of elegance.
Also, some bride and groom have “reserved” colors for the bridesmaids or godmother, so it would be important to talk to the bride and groom about what color you shouldn’t wear.
However, you should keep in mind that prints are not totally forbidden. Therefore, you can decide on a classic flower print, or choose another type of fashion print.
Accessories are indispensable, and will make all the difference, especially if you’ve decided on a single-coloured dress. They will complement and enhance your dress.
Let’s take a look at some tips:
- In relation to shoes, remember that heels reign at weddings. However, you must also remember that it’s a celebration, so don’t overdo it by choosing high heels or a shoe that won’t be comfortable for you. Enjoy!
- Choose a mini bag. You don’t have to carry everything, just the basics in a mini bag to match your dress.
- The same goes for jewelry. It is better to choose them of minimalist type and to avoid the too much apparatuses.
- If the wedding is going to be in the church, opt for a shawl to cover your shoulders. It can also be ideal during the banquet.
Texture of your choice
Indeed, there are no restrictions: satin, silk, velvet, even lace. The choice of texture of your dress or suit is completely free.
Wedding in autumn or winter
- Make up your mind about gloves. Long, velvety gloves can make all the difference and give you extraordinary elegance.
- Choose an elegant and glamorous coat, but don’t overdo it.
- It is the ideal time to decide for velvet, do not hesitate.
- Of course, check the weather forecast. Maybe the day won’t be as cold as it seems.
There’s one last piece of advice to give you, and that’s natural beauty. Don’t forget that the best way to be radiant is to be yourself and enjoy yourself. Long live the bride and groom!