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 for 2020. 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 a spring-ready suit or a polka-dot print 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 seven fail-safe ensembles. Click through our gallery for wedding guest outfit ideas you can always rely on.
Satin and velvet are two of the most luxurious fabrics you can wear, which makes them all the more fitting for special occasions. For an expensive-looking ensemble, wear them at the same time by the way of a slinky dress and velvet accessories.
Suiting is the perfect alternative to dresses if you don't really fancy showing off your legs. Look for pale or pastel hues (wisely steering clear of white), and then add metallic footwear for a glossy finish.
Accessories maketh the outfit, and at weddings, the more impressive shoe or bag, the better. Think beaded arm candy set against a colour-block hue.
If you're feeling frock fatigue but a pair of trousers doesn't pique your interest, instead try a fancy top–and–slip skirt combination. It'll feel just as fancy as a dress but will look like you've taken the cool-girl approach to wedding styling.