Congratulations, you are invited to their wedding. But, what would you wear? Dressing up as a guest to attend a wedding can definitely be a task for many people. You don’t want to wear your regular clothes to look as if you are attending a function or regular Sunday church. And, you don’t want to go all out and spend a mint on an outfit to go someone else’s wedding. Here are some ideas that can make shopping for an outfit to be a stunning guest at a wedding an easy one.
Classy outfits for a female guest
Many women attending a wedding with their gentlemen at their side seem to find dressing conservatively an easy decision. However, a single lady has to bear in mind that she can’t look better than the bride on her big day. If you are a single lady, then how else would a you meet your future husband at a wedding as a guest if you are being forced to tone down the sexy? It just isn’t fair.
You don’t want to ignore the dress code and have all eyes on you instead of the bride, and you definitely don’t want to look like an old maid that screams out, “I am single and desperate.” Ladies can choose from many conservative outfits that look classy and sexy. That special single guest may just be marveled at your attire that leaves a lot for the imagination. Just make sure to catch the bouquet at the wedding. Good luck.
Men, look sharp at your friend’s wedding
Men especially, may find it difficult to distinguish the dress code for church, an interview, or a wedding. You want to wear an ensemble that lights up the room as you walk into the wedding chapel.
The groom and his groomsmen all will be wearing tuxedos so you have the option to look fashionable. Single men can definitely turn heads with distinguished suits that make them stand out and look well-groomed.
Dressing children for a wedding
Children’s clothing are easy to choose because everything is so cute. However, parents do not want their children to be confused for flower girls and page boys at a wedding. Children can look stylish but not over-the-top with the elegance as they attend a wedding as guests. Leave the flowered hats, baskets, and boys’ tuxedos for members of the wedding party.
May 2017 www.sweettntmagazine.com
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