The spring/summer season is well under way, and before we know it, Spring will be here! It's no secret that very soon our weekends will start to become filled with hen dos and weddings (clear some space on your fridge for the influx of invites!). It is very true that no two weddings are the same, (and neither should they be!) so you can be sure of a different dress code for each one.
Here are a few tips for popular different wedding styles to make sure you're on trend and on-theme!
Country Bumpkin Affair
Country weddings are an ideal opportunity to let your boho chic side out! The best looks so a country wedding consist of floaty maxi dresses teamed with a flow garland and plenty of pretty accessories. Try an eye-catching necklace and some pretty bangles. Think of designers like Thomas Sabo for example, who is renowned for his dainty, magical jewellery.
A fairytale wedding calls for you to stick to wedding etiquette rules, as the bride will likely be following them to an absolute tee. This means wearing a respectable length dress with a thicker strap, some mid-height heels and low-key jewellery. If the bride has gone to the effort of planning the perfect fairytale wedding, don't risk upstaging her with any aspect of your outfit.
This will probably take place in a hotel - with champers is flowing, and the bride is wearing a sleek and simple wedding dress. This type of wedding calls for a low-key dress with high-fashion accessories and offers the perfect opportunity to showcase a statement piece of jewellery. Try a classic LBD – with a pop of colour – paired with a bold bangle bracelet or statement necklace. You can get away with more at a city wedding - try and mix up a classic night out outfit.
Enjoying the sun, sea and sand of a destination wedding means you'll be looking for a flowy dress that keeps you cool and doesn't crease. Keep your accessories low-key with smaller necklaces, or showcase your wedding up-do with a stunning pair of diamond earrings. Keep your beach wedding outfit simple and comfortable. There's nothing worse that wear something in an uncomfortable material and having to sit in it all day on the beach - nobody needs that!