what to Wear to a Summer Wedding for Girls

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The buttoned-up formality, your groom whining about his tux but this romantic one-shoulder, short dress confection might just change all that. Worth noting It has its one arm made of rosettes-adorned patterned lace in case you need to repeat for another formal event.

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If you’re going for a more classic look, try a mid-length dress in bright shades or patterns. Even at more casual summer weddings it’s important to look polished. Structured silhouettes in forgiving fabrics, like silk, are simple and relaxed but still pack that vital visual punch.

 

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This sweeping floor-length gown with its subtle high-low hem is both elegant and fun. For longer dress silhouettes, it’s important to choose airy, flowing and lit fabrics, like silk and chiffon for warmer months. Vibrant colors, like fuchsia and coral, and unexpected textures, like gold beading, add a summery twist to formal-length gowns.

 

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Pairing eye-catching necklines with luxurious fabrics is an easy way to add sophisticated flair to a shorter dress. If you’re going for a more classic look, try a mid-length dress in bright shades or patterns. Think about wearing a dashing conventional dress a silky top, chic heels, and statement earrings. Just make sure to pick a suit with elegant tailoring and preferably in a bright, cheerful color like pink so there’s no chance you’ll be mistaken for one of the ushers.

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