When you get invited for a wedding, you immediate wonder what you should wear. You are looking through your closet if you have something appropriate, and if not, you rush to buy something. The question is: What to wear and to be appropriate for the event as well?
These are 5 things that you should consider not wear. Why? Discover now.
You shouldn’t wear white or ivory dress since the bride should be the only one in those colors at her glorious day that she have waited for her whole life.
At the very least, keep your fabrics in the blush territory and save that white lace for other party.
We know, it’s your one chance to really get dressed up. Make sure to wear them before the event so you won’t cry at the end of the wedding of feet ache.You will be walking from table to table and you will be dancing till midnight.
If you haven’t adequately broken in those heels yet, you’re asking for trouble.
Anything Too Revealing
Even if you think something looks good in front of the mirror, make sure to do a chair (and stairs) check. Weddings are a time of support-not a time for other guests to gossip about your outfit.
Anything Outside The Dress Code
You may have the fiercest little cocktail black dress that you’re dying to debut, but the dress code may be black-tie optional. And in that instance, you’re better show in a long elegant gown so you don’t have any chance to feel under-dressed.
Jingling Jewelry? NO!
Stick to elegant statement earrings,necklace, bracelet or ring. Do not overdo. Be as elegant and minimalist in jewels as possible. Don’t be like Christmas tree…all shiny and sparkly. Use jewels in moderate way.You will shine more.
Hmmm,What To wear? High Couture Pants Maybe?
Yes! Pants are A-OK at a wedding. In fact, a tailored jumpsuit and formal jewelry will make you the trendiest one at this gathering.
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