White shirt and jeans combo is a type of outfit I love to wear daily. It’s ideal for casual day, especially when you can’t really decide what to wear and can be easly and quickly updated to night-out or date look – the key are accessories. It’s also a good base for layering – a jumper and coat, or oversized blazer and you are ready to rock the streets during colder days.

 

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In our society there’s a big pressure on bride wearing an extremaly overpriced gowns and even renting a wedding dress is equivalent to buying a designer dress. I do believe in weddings, but celebrating love of two people should not be turned into the business. And wedding business is probably one of the most profitable one! Just ask the nearest florist about a buquet made of 21 roses, then ask about wedding buquet prices.

In my opinion, as a future bride, you should feel no obligation to wear a certain kind of outfit or color and that’s why I decided to dedicate this blog post to different options – either if you are on the budget, or you are planning a modest celebration and donating most of your input (my kind of tea), or a big wedding was never in your style.

 

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Wedding season officially started! And as much as it should be an exciting event as much for newlyweds as for guests, where the love is celebrated to its most, it can be quite confusing in regards to outfits – most of them are simply boring and it may feel restricted.

Well… not for me! And I’m here to help you!

wrap it around!

Wrap dress (ideally with a little bit of twist) is perfect for only family or mostly family summer weddings – in that situation you may want to remember to pay respect to older family members. You may think that is a boring solution for wedding outfit, but pairing it with bright, colorful accessories will do the magic!

*Although the tradition of guests not wearing white or black is slowly disappearing,  if you wish to wear white or black, you could ask the Bride to be extremely honest with you and if she wouldn’t mind.

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m i n i with taste

If you are invited for church ceremony and fancy dinner, it’s not a good option for you. But… when it comes to civil marriage ceremony and drinks afterwards situation, mini dress will be IDEAL! Well… there is difference in party-mini, which can be quite vulgar, and mini with taste. Choose the loose fit one, with statement touch like cute frills or puffed sleeves  or even an extravagant décolletage details (but avoid ‘too much skin-revealing’ type of neckline).

* Remember to choose dance floor friendly lenght and style!

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volume up!

If you are 100% sure that the Bride will be extra-extra with her gown choice, it gives you permission to go a little bit extra yourself, as it will be a big challenge to outshine the Bride. Frills, lace details, flower-prints, whatever you like! Just avoid all-white looks – unless all-white is requited for everyone!

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casual type

Few closest friends and family members wedding is a perfect event to wear a nice knee-length skirt and oversized blouse. It may seem office inspired, but if you stay aways from white/grey/black and focus on interesting color combination, you will create a cute, classic look ideal for small celebration.

*Statement accessories are the key!

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ditch the dress!

Jumpsuit is a cute solution for dress-haters (or simply fed-up with cocktail dresses). It will be appropriate for ANY occasion, so you can treat it as a long-use investment, not ‘one-night-only’ kind of look. A tailored, suit-inspired jumpsuit will be a definite eye-catching guest look, especially when styled with extra-feminine accessories!

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suit up!

Suit, just like a jumpsuit, is another, any-type-of-wedding friendly interesting alternative to dress, which is chic, classy and can be worn on different occasions. And just like any other masculine look – paired with high heels, cute clutch bag and extra-girly jewellery, it creates interesting contrast worth trying!

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