In the next few months, I have a lot of weddings close, but I just want to invest in a dress for all of them. What is the most common style in August and early fall?
If you’re looking for a dress that can do double or even triple work during the wedding season and beyond, it’s a dress with a shirt (no shirt, too casual!), with a lighter, matte finish ( No silk or satin!) will be a tried and true piece of work that can help you complete multiple weddings. You don’t have to make a fuss about a shawl or a scarf, and there are some styling updates (such as a short skirt with slim trousers) that will take you into a cool month and a relaxed dress up.
Amy Powney, creative director of the London-based mother-of-pearl company, was fascinated by the crowd at the Spring/Summer 2018 fashion show, which included sleeves from floral to striped bold patterns; I especially liked a kind of dress. A wavy embellished dress gathers at the hem and features a wide bow. This is a vibrant holiday mix that is perfect for outdoor weddings.
Reiss’ lightweight knee-length dress with multi-tone splash print will match the summer wedding with black wedge sandals (I say avoid wearing tight-fitting high heels, unless you promise to avoid outdoor activities, slowly sink your stilettos) into the turf ) and geometric metal earrings; the same as the sweet LBD of Banana Republic. As the temperature drops and the wedding season slows down, wear opaque tights and booties or loafers to work.
For those who like length, Rixo London’s floral dress is perfect for a night on the dance floor, when wearing embellished flats and costume pearls or crystal jewelry, if paired with knee boots and simpler Accessories that will keep you from the office to the back – work cocktails. A little bit of style and versatility combine to make the perfect combination.