37 Perfect Autumn Wedding Guest Dresses That I've Bookmarked

Everything this year has been disrupted, and weddings planned over spring and summer have all had to be rescheduled and moved. Weddings are allowed to now take place (with limitations on guest lists), meaning they are starting to resume, and invitations are stacking up for next year. If you're starting to plan and hunt for wedding guest looks this is where we step in, as we've looked through the thousands of dresses available on the high street and from designers.

autumn wedding guest dresses: eni's wardrobe in a black and floral dress



I've genuinely spent hours hunting down the coolest, most appropriate autumn-ready wedding guest dresses around. Longer sleeves feature on most of these frocks, of course, as well as hemlines staying in the midi-length area. That said, these dresses are meant to last, so expect to keep wearing them over the festive period and next year's wedding season and for years to come after. Also, bonus tip for 2021's nuptials: If you buy your outfit now, chances are by the time the wedding comes around, no one else will be wearing the same thing as you.

Just because it's getting colder doesn't mean you can't choose a bright dress. 

Rixo continues to wow us with beautiful dresses. 

Florals and flounciness. You can't go wrong, really. 

Wear with a black headband and gold accessories. 

Wear with strappy orange heels and a headband to make this feel dressed up. 

Vintage prints are still going strong, and this one from Whistles is a winner. 

We can imagine wearing this one well into the festive season. 

If you've got a wedding coming up in early September, this one is ideal. 

Vampire's Wife is a favourite of Joy's, our shopping editor.

Red shoes will look great with this dress. 

This is from one of our new favourite dress brands. 

A great option for next year's spring and summer weddings. 

Editor Emma Spedding owns this dress in two different colours. That's how much she loves it. 

One for weddings and holiday evenings. 

A solid all-rounder dress: wear to weddings, garden parties, and festive parties. 

Wear with an oversized jacket. 

To make jaw drops (although not upstage the bride), choose this gorgeous gown. 

Self-Portrait wins again with this polka dot beauty.

Wear this dress right through to the Christmas period. 

Versatile but still great for weddings. Wear with a colourful blazer over the top and strappy heels. 

Next up, the biggest autumn/winter 2020 fashion trends to know. 

This piece was published at an earlier date and has since been updated. 

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