Best Dressed Wedding Guests

March 6, 2014

in Dresses, Fashion, Wedding Guests


With the wedding season approaching fast, wedding guests are starting to search out  those special statement outfits to stand out from the crowd and be the best dressed wedding guests.  Keeping it fresh, light and elegant is the key to looking fabulous.

With lots of choice on the high street at the moment, dressing for a wedding has never been easier. Phase Eight have some beautiful occasion dresses with feminine floral prints, pretty tape work detailing and jewelled tones. 

For a traditional semi-formal wedding Phase Eight’s Amfi fit and flare dress will definitely impress, as a fabulous feminine occasion dress with a grosgrain bodice and a cotton floral printed skirt. This dress features a detachable grosgrain waist tie and a tulle underlay to create that ladylike fit and flare silhouette, which if  just perfect for a young elegant look. This gorgeous dress will be ideal for a summer wedding, but if the weather is going to be more inclement then team it up with this soft knit bolero jacket to give a classic and stylish finish, and accessorise with a single piece of your favourite bold jewellery.

Once the perfect dress is in the bag, choose those all important accessories to complete the look. A sophisticated bag should be on the list, and this satin envelope clutch bag with suede trim and a magnetic fastening is ideal for all those wedding essentials.

Complement the look with a pair of  glamorous shoes, these Ally black satin shoes with a comfortable block heel, are the perfect style for being on your feet . To keep the outfit young and fresh this Rosie fascinator is the perfect finishing touch  with pretty loops and feather detail.


wedding guest black

Leaving the white, cream and ivory in the wardrobe for a more formal or black tie wedding this highly fashionable full length Dionne jumpsuit in black will be most suitable and will give an air of sophistication.  Tailored at the bust with a fitted waistband, inverted pleats below the waist and gold detachable elasticated waist belt creates a very fitted look, flowing into a wide leg trouser for a flattering feminine silhouette. Teaming with the latest in clutch bags, the Lucia weave box clutch will add  a bit of shimmer, especially when paired with Lucia weave high heel court shoes.  Accessorise with an Art Deco inspired necklace featuring layered gold chains finished with statement jewels and tassel detail.  Add this Caroline large disc fascinator to complete the ensemble.

Wedding guest red

For something a little different  this Donna full length draped maxi dress with a Grecian style wrap front finished with a gold brooch at the waist is ideal. In a luxurious slinky jersey fabric, this fitted dress features a low V-back, with flattering gathers at the side and godet detail at the back. Teamed up with lipstick red accessories it will definitely brighten the day wearing these  red satin Myla sling back shoes with a peep toe and feminine rose trim,  matched with this red Sara satin clutch bag with a detachable chain strap, inside pocket and stunning ball clasp fastening. Completing the outfit is this Lou feather fascinator that sits securely to the side of the head in matching red.

Finally, whichever outfit you chose just add a bold lipstick; a pink or red pout can make a beautiful statement. Plus, don’t be afraid to use a little luxurious eye shadow and frame the eyes with long, lush, lashes to give that fantastic timeless finish. Enjoy the occasion catching up with old friends and family or just meeting new interesting people.



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Sharon Maher is a wedding and party planner, event venue stylist and also writes the blogs Norah Sleep Wedding Style, Norah Sleep Living Style and My Wedding Marquee about weddings, food, fashion, style and things that inspire her in life. Find her on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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