Wedding guest outfits can be a nightmare to shop for so we've rounded up the best pieces, both designer and high street, to help you on your way...
Wedding guest outfits can be a nightmare to shop for, and with wedding invitations coming in thick and fast, we’ve rounded up the best pieces, both designer and high street, to help you on your way.
Metallics are one of SS16’s top trends. Liven up your wedding guest look by teaming this pleated skirt with white cami and killer heels.
A pink mid-length skirt is timless. Meaning this swishy Altuzarra number is a sound investment.
Crafted with an asymmetric hem and showcasing the brand’s ‘Falling Flower’ print, wear this cool Proenza Schouler top with tailored trousers and block heels for a cool take on wedding wares.
Is it a blazer? Is it a dress? It’s both, depending on the dress code. Wear with cropped flare, white tailored trousers for a modern look.
Wear this statement top with a swishy midi skirt and stilettos. The cobalt blue will look beautiful with silver accessories.
This understated, slim band will give any outfit a polished finish.
Jazz up an otherwise pared-back outfit with these gorgoues silver sandals.
These comfy but cool pumps are a summer savior. Wear with floral tea dresses or cropped trousers to show them off.
Famed for her stylish bikinis, dress this cropped blouse from Lisa Marie Fernandez’s summer collection with a high-waisted guipure lace skirt and tan sandals.
These vintage sunnies are from the eighties, so style your outfit accordingly with a statement blazer and a power dress.
This gorgeous, vintage-looking silk blend dress has been cut to a flattering knee-length and is nipped in at the waist, creating an ultra-feminine shape. Perect for girls who prefer to cover their arms.
These groovy litttle glasses are a total bargain. Perfect for popping in your bag and hitting the dancefloor when the sun goes down.
Stories has become our go-to for statement heels. This low block heel is perfect for lasting longer than you’d anticipated on the dancefloor.
This guipure lace, fit-and-flare Topshop Unique dress has serious Alexa
Chung vibes. Wear it with flats and a loosely tousled low ponytail.
This pretty cut-out floral-lace dress from Self-Portrait has a vintage
feel. Just add rose gold accessories and killer nude heels.
Add polish to your look with these textured hoops.
The do-it-all designer shoe, this Marant option will serve you will for many seasons to come.
It doesn’t get cooler than a Self-Portrait dress, and this new-season style is our top pick.
Trapeze dresses look achingly cool worn with flats or heels, making this Victoria, Victoria Beckham number worth every penny spent.
While red lippy is a fail-safe classic, this season its all about on-trend blush and pink tones.
Dark nail polishes are a little too heavy and dramatic for a spring wedding. Switch your favourite berry shade out in favour of this versatile, shimmering hue.
Team with a plazzo pant trouser suit for a truly fashion-forward look.
Looking for a do-it-all designer shoe that’s anything but boring? Enter this killer style from Miu Miu.
A pretty floral dress will always be a wise option for weddings.
For garden weddings, a pair of wedges are an essential. This sparkly Rodarte pair are the best you’ll find this season.
The ultimate ladylike look, this embroidered lace dress from French Connection is the perfect choice for any outdoor wedding.
This is the perfect addition to your wedding outfit, with the ideal heel height and subtle colour.
If you’re looking to impress, then Stephen Jones is the milliner to wear.