With the lifting of quaid restrictions and the re-permitting of celebrations with guests (from May 17 to June 30 and unlimited from June), it will not be very promising to start buying wedding guests’ clothes.
Luckily, there are nice clothes for the job this season, from Nafis. Floral dress Bold colors and minimalist style
Summer wedding dresses.
While winter weddings (when they used to be one thing) are all about jewelry and black, lace and velvet and long sleeves, for summer, you can throw the rule book out the window. Too much goes, unless you’re wearing white.
For a destination wedding where heat is a big factor, going to Slinky will make sure you stay cool all day. A minimal silk slip dress is the obvious choice here (see Australian labels like Lee Matthews, St. Agni or Vince for that), but I like the cutout dress trend this season, which Zandia nailed to Oscar Red. Carpet in neon yellow Valentino gown
To keep things cool – it’s a formal occasion. Zimmerman and Ajay have two great options for this.
More and more fans will be happy to hear that our love of print has been revived for the new season, whether it’s tropical prints or floral prints, and bright colors ranging from warm pink to acidic vegetables this season. Rotate Halpern, Tovo and Burger Christensen for a brighter twist on the classic.
If you are going to a black tie wedding, stick to a midi or maxi length dress for maximum beauty. You won’t go wrong with anything from Chanel, Givenchy or Ralph and Russo if you want to get out a bit.
Of course, the High Street is a great journey if you’re struggling, and offers everything from other stories, with whistles, mangoes, zara, and arcade, to everything from ethereal clothes to beautiful jumpsuits.
Without further ado, purchase my Claire’s Edition of the Best Wedding Wedding Dresses for the Summer.