Guest Dress Spring Summer 2015

Wedding Guest Dress Spring Summer 2015 from Various Labels

Wedding guests should be appropriately dressed for a wedding. But have you ever received a wedding invitation in the mail that left you completely clueless about what to wear? Between “black tie”, “black tie optional” and “dressy casual” for example. It’s important to know how to interpret the invite wording. The language can be tricky but we’ve got you covered. Here are the most common wedding-guest dress codes explained so that you arrive appropriately

Before taking your next step at this easy cheat sheet for what to wear, please check out 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 :
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Not to mention, taking all things into consideration, along with some very easy tips of wedding guest dress codes, here are a few ideas to give some inspiration for those “what do I wear” moments:

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 Wedding Guest Dress Code“Black Tie Wedding Dress Code”

When the invitation says “Black Tie” this means the guests should wear highly formal dress. While a safe bet for the gentleman is to wear a tux, the ladies can opt for a full length gown in luxe material, cut, or embellishment. Black tie is usually meant for formal evening affair that start after 6 p.m., and basically translates to this party is fancy. So ladies can go fancy as well on the hair and makeup for a black tie event.

If you don’t own a gown and don’t particularly want to buy one for a one-off occasion, a little black dress is completely appropriate for black tie functions. Or you could opt for a cocktail party dress in rich color (such as black, jewel tones, chic metallic, navy or brown) so as not to look too casual.

Your accessories, clutch and shoes can also add more luxurious touch to your simple cocktail dress. Sparkling, statement jewelries or glitter clutch and shoes will serve additional glam to your entire look. Just make sure to dress the look in perfect balance. Take a look at some ideas of wedding guest dress for black tie event, starting from ones in classic design, material, color and embellishments perfect for all seasons long to the ones in bright color or floral print for your summer look.

Phase Eight Night Gown IdeasPhase Eight : Lexy Tapework (£295) / Paige Tapework (£325) / Consuela Tapework (£295) /
Rita Tulle (£295) Black Tie Wedding Guest Dresses by Phase EightPhase Eight : Mariella Embellished (£250) / Petite Paloma Dress (£275) / Zita Embellished (£295) /
Cindy Full Length Dress (£250)
Black Tie Wedding Guest Dress by MonsoonMonsoon : Irene Maxi Dress (£349) / Neive Maxi Dress (£169) / Angelina Dress (£169) / Camillia Dress (£229) 2015 Black Tie Wedding Guest GownHouse Of Fraser : Coast Felix Sequin Maxi Dress (£350) / Jacques Vert Lorcan Mullany Gown (£199) / Adrianna Papell Cap Sleeve Dress (£210) / Coast Lizandra Maxi Dress (£195)

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