Wedding Belles: What to Wear to a Summer Wedding

Is your refrigerator already littered with wedding invites? Yep, ours too. And while you can wear the same frock to all 12 of your summer marital soirées, where’s the fun in that? As a guest, you’re as much a part of the aesthetic as the flowers and the champagne tower. Try pairing your wedding look with the venue for a fashion moment even the bride will enjoy. 

Venue: Loose Mansion
Trend: Separates

You’ve scored the most exclusive invite of the season—a society wedding at Loose Mansion. What to wear? Bring the glamour with evening separates from Emily Shalant. You can create your look with mix and match midi- and full-length ball skirts paired with statement tops like this feathered moment that screams celebration. Emily Shalant feather top, $795, midi skirt, $250. Both available at Halls in Crown Center.

Venue: The Abbott
Trend: Jumpsuits

Located in the East Crossroads, The Abbott is the perfect spot for a modern bride. With white-washed brick walls, glittering chandeliers, and sleek lines, this is the ideal wedding venue to rock a metallic jumpsuit. Cut from light, shimmering gold crepe, this one-shoulder affair is elegant, stylish, and easy to dance in. Break up the gold with black or stark white accessories for a bold look. CX pleated metallic jumpsuit, $145. Available at Clairvaux in Fairway.

Venue: Cellar 222
Trend: Florals

If you wanted to go to Tuscany for a destination wedding but opted for an in-town affair, Cellar 222 gives you a little taste of the wine life. Go for Old-World beauty with bold florals in a flowing silhouette like this side-ruched V-neck wrap dress. With a dark background, the floral colors pop. Pair with a bold red lip, and you’ll be giving Sophia Loren vibes all evening. Joseph Ribkoff side-ruched floral dress, $260. Available at Alysa Rene Boutique  in Park Place.

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