Black tie, black tie optional, festive attire, dressy casual, etc., once that invite arrives, you find that these phrase is your only clue on what to wear to a wedding. While this code-like language may not mean much to the average wedding guest, the useful guide will help you decipher what this dress code means for you. So, for all beautiful plus size ladies, how’s a woman to navigate the difference between black tie optional and dressy casual, formal and semiformal? Learn them with this easy handy guide, naturally.
Dressing for a wedding obviously is not only about dress codes, knowing various wedding guest etiquettes are also among the essential rules of what to wear to a wedding. Learn “Wedding Guest Attire: What to Wear to a Wedding – part 1, 2, 3” for more general advice, along with more and more ideas of Plus Size Wedding Guest Dresses via :
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Additionally, here in this post I will only write a super easy and simple description about each dress code in general. Please learn “Wedding Guest Dress Spring Summer 2015 from Various Labels” for a more detailed cheat sheet, in case you still need more information and references. Here’s a few outfits that would fit six of the most commonly requested dress codes, along with some advices for dressing for each one:
1. Black Tie Wedding Dress Code
2. Formal or Black Tie Optional Wedding Dress Code
3. Semi Formal or Dressy Casual Wedding Dress Code
4. Festive Attire Wedding Dress Code
5. Beach Formal Wedding Dress Code
6. Casual Wedding Dress Code
Black Tie means Formal
It’s a formal event by most people’s standards that usually indicates an evening affair begins after 6 p.m. Think glamour and bring on the beads and sequins. Dramatic jewelry is welcome, and coiffed hair is a must.
Women should wear : An evening floor length gown in glam material, cut, or embellishment.
Men should wear : A tuxedo and a bow tie