Stay Away From the White!

Summer is almost here and that doesn’t just signify beach season, but wedding season as well. There are as many different types of weddings as there are brides and grooms, brides and brides and grooms and grooms. It’s not always easy to know what is considered appropriate wedding wear, much of it depending on the time of day, how formal it is or where it is being held.Let’s dispel with the elephant in the room first – wearing a white dress if you’re not the bride. DON’T wear white, unless the bride requests it. People will talk about you (and not in a good way). On the opposite end of the spectrum, you can wear black to a summer wedding, as long as you keep the silhouette as well as the fabric, light and lively. Your favorite warm weather LBD is perfect for a cocktail or evening wedding. If you’ve been tempted to try wearing a jumpsuit, black, strapless jumpsuits, once again for an evening wedding, are a great option. They look tuxedo-like, but utterly feminine at the same time.For daytime and morning weddings, swap the black for something in a delicious summer color like turquoise, melon or strawberry. You also can’t go wrong with a pretty, flowered dress for daytime. Black-tie weddings may seem intimidating, but not to worry. Choosing a longer dress separates the women from the girls. Choosing airy, flowing fabrics, like silk and chiffon, will keep you from overheating on a steamy night. Vibrant colors, like fuchsia and coral, can help to add a summery look to formal-length gowns. If it is a semi-formal affair, eye-catching necklines in luxurious fabrics is an easy way to add sophisticated flair to a shorter dress. If you're going for a more classic look, try a mid-length dress in bright shades or patterns. SHOP THE COLLECTION 

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