Looking for the ultimate wedding guest outfit? Call off the search and sit back with a cuppa—we have you covered for every possible church, city, location and vibe to come for 2019's nuptial season. To help you in your quest to be the coolest guest, push aside the stereotypical ideas about wedding attire and instead think about the below wedding outfit suggestions.
There's absolutely nothing wrong with falling back on a midi dress (particularly if you pair it with metallic shoes), but you can also opt for an autumn-ready suit, or perhaps a polka-dot jumpsuit complete with strappy sandals.
What we're saying is that there are no rules. Well, other than the fact that you want to look smart, feel comfortable and not make the bride feel upset. To help you with styling ideas, we've found 12 fail-safe ensembles. Click through our gallery for wedding guest outfit ideas you can always rely on.
Style Notes: Suiting is the perfect alternative to dresses if you really don't fancy getting your legs out. Look for pale or pastel hues (wisely steering clear of white), and then add a bright blouse and accessories to lift the ensemble.
Style Notes: Accessories maketh the outfit, and at weddings, the more impressive a shoe or bag, the better—think metallic accents and details like crystals and stars. Getting dressed should be fun, after all.
Style Notes: Midi skirts always make for an elegant wedding guest option. Choose a statement hue for your bottom half, and then tone it down with a pastel shade up top, finishing with fresh white accessories.
Style Notes: If your looking for an easy way to earn yourself best-dressed-guest status, look no further than a printed jumpsuit. Often forgotten about, they look the glamorous part when paired with strappy heels.
Style Notes: Yes, you can wear mismatched separates to a wedding, particularly if it's low-key or if you can only attend the evening reception. We suggest pairing glossy culottes with a puff-sleeved top to tick off two major trends in one.