For most of us, deciding what to wear to a wedding is tricky enough, but when said wedding is scheduled in September, things get a little more complicated. Unlike high summer nuptials where you can be fairly certain you won’t need a jacket (nor will you think twice about slipping into a pair of strappy sandals), September holds its own challenges.
What if it’s freezing? What if your floaty floral frock you bought months ago is now totally inappropriate for the showery forecast? More often than not, you and the other guests will enjoy a balmy ceremony, but to avoid the aforementioned dilemmas spoiling your nearest and dearest’s big day, we’ve got a helpful guide of dos and don’ts below.
Style Notes: A fit-and-flare dress will always be a winning option. Not only is this shape incredibly flattering to wear, but it’s also ideal if the weather cools. To soften the structured look, try adding a beaded bag and a pair of woven closed-toe heels.