Monday, September 5, 2011

Wedding Guest Attire for Summer 2011

Brides can be unpredictable once the actual wedding day rolls around. As a guest, it is best to steer clear of the hazard zone. This can be easily accomplished by following a simple fashion standard: do not wear white. If bridezilla awakens, you will safely be out of the line of fire.

Good news is that this season, the plethora of colorful dress options is breathtaking.

As a former member of a dress buying team in New York City, I can tell you that these seductive fabrics, stunning cuts and dazzling colors will be very memorable. Think ultra-feminine this wedding season, but you may want to forgo sky high stilettos for a bash on unpredictable ground. If you receive an invitation for a more casual outdoor wedding, think about investing in a platform wedge to protect your Louboutin heels, and not be overdressed. As wedding atmospheres continue to span farther and farther away from hotels and catering halls, as a guest, you may need to expand your wedding attire options. This style guide will offer you complete looks for various wedding environments for 2011.

Winery Wedding

TIBI's Anick Beading dress exquisitely captures the romantic essence of a winery wedding. The dainty capsleeve can be beautifully complimented with Stuart Weitzman Metallic Leather Espadrilles and a Hobo International Ivory Patent clutch to complete the look.

Wedding in a Park

Slip into Alice + Olivia's nature-inspired Kaitlyn Sequin Bust Dress for these free-spirited park nuptials. The sparkly chic look will come to life with Jimmy Choo's Metallic Slingback Espadrilles and Marc Jacobs Vanessa Simple Metallic Mini Bag.

Beach Wedding

With a sandy shore and crashing waves in front of a sunset, the exchanging of the vows becomes music to our ears. Express your natural beauty with DVF's Elalia Dress, effortlessly paired with Lilly Pulitzer's silver Glam Snake sandal. Decorate your arm with this bohemian chic Ippolita 5-stone bangle, and tightly grip this Nancy Gonzalez clutch.

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