Spring has almost sprung. With a whole host of flowers in bloom and pastel shades reigning supreme, spring weddings are some of the most stunning event through the season. And with it, as soon as it becomes warm, we start to see the wedding season. The 2018 wedding season is underway which means now is the time to start planning what you’re going to wear. This season, spring fashion is brighter than ever with bold shades of blues, reds, yellows, and the hottest shade of 2018, purple.
However, it can be hard to dress well for a spring wedding. While spring is gorgeous, the season is also a gamble weather-wise. The dresses are beautiful but you can’t rely on your trusty summer dress and open-toed shoes since they are not exactly beach wedding attire weather. Getting the balance right between staying warm and looking stylish is a tricky one for Spring wedding. So how does a wedding guest stay warm during a spring wedding? Follow these four tips on what to wear to a spring wedding:
Even though you are dying to wear your beautiful strappy dress, the weather sometimes could have snow of the ground one day and a warm seventy-five degree day the next. That’s fine. Just accessorize it with a warm shawl or scarf that you can wrap around your shoulders, especially if any part of the wedding is outside.
Whether you want to go for a statement coat, a classy blazer, or a festive bolero during the unpredictable temperature, almost any lady attending a wedding finishes her ensemble with a chic layering staple or any topper that compliments the dress underneath so well. With this – besides warm accessories like a shawl – you never have to take it off.
Yes, spring sandals are adorable, but they won’t be keeping your toes warm at a garden wedding. Instead, opt for a pump or a pair of dressy boots that cover most of your foot. Not only that these classic fashion staple will keep your entire leg warm – by also wearing tight if it’s necessary, they’ll also be easier to dance in. If you really want to wear sky-high heels for the ceremony and cocktail hour, stashing a pair of flats in your bag for later in the night is recommended.
Cooler weather means more opportunities for dresses that have sleeves, and they’re far more likely to keep you warm than a sleeveless option, obviously. Plus, elegant sleeved dress made of lace – or satin and chiffon – is the epitome of class, while still adds a touch of warmth to your ensemble without overheating you.
Take a look at other worth trying tips for wedding guest dresses via articles “Wedding Guest Attire: What to Wear to a Wedding – part 1, 2, 3” as well as more and more ideas of Wedding Guest Dresses via :
– What to Wear to a Wedding : Shoes, Clutches and Jewelries
– Style Ideas: Wedding Guest Dresses and Attires For All Seasons
And to help you with more ideas for the season, here are some favorite looks from several online fashion stores to form the best spring wedding guest dresses for 2018 – now all you’ve have to do is choose just one
Dolce & Gabbana – Rose-print Velvet Gown ($3,225) / Etro – Plutone floral-embroidered Button-down Satin Dress ($1,413) / Peter Pilotto – Floral-print Balloon-sleeve Silk Dress ($2,144) / Maria Lucia Hohan – Irini Detachable-cape Mousseline Gown ($1,123)
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Missoni – Pleated Crochet-knit Maxi Dress ($3,880) / Alice + Olivia – Jeanie Metallic Plissé-jersey Dress ($440)
Midi Dress with Pleat Skirt and Flutter Sleeve ($60.00) / Hope & Ivy Mirrored Floral Printed Long Sleeve Pencil Dress With Ruffle Trim ($95.00) / Fashion Union Button Front Crop Top & PANTS Co-Ord (top $38.00 – pants $45.00) / Soft Tux Jumpsuit in Polka Dot ($76.00)
Frock And Frill Premium Embroidered Lace Prom Skater Dress ($214.00) / Wrap Ruffle Midi Dress in Floral Print ($56.00) / T-Shirt Floral Midi Dress With Pephem ($60.00) / Kimono Dress in Abstract Print ($92.00)
DELFI Collective – Bianca Dress ($420.00) / DELFI Collective – Rosana Dress ($360.00) /
Ulla Johnson – Oletha Dress ($335.00)