Are you attending a wedding this weekend? There are lots of gorgeous outfits and chic accessories you could don to ensure you look gorgeous and stylish especially if you are the type who don’t like to wear aso ebi.
Surprised? Yes, there are people who simply don’t like wearing the same fabric with their spouse, family members talk less of outsiders.
They feel comfortable when they appear at an event looking distinct in their personal style. However, there are also some outfits/things wedding guest should never wear to a wedding no matter how formal, informal, or uniquely themed it may be.
Here are some wedding outfit sins to avoid in case you have a wedding to attend this weekend.
It’s not your wedding, so why dress like a bride? It is advisable not to wear anything that will take the shine away from the bride. Remember, it is her BIG day. Hence, stay away from anything overtly bridal, especially white lace.
Anything too revealing
Weddings are not a time to wear revealing outfits so that other guests will gossip about your outfit or exposed underwear. You are there to support your family member, friend or even colleague so you should pull it together. Don’t be a distraction.
Overly Sexy outfit
Imagine wearing a short, tight, low neckline with side cut-out dress all at the same time. This is just not appropriate for a wedding. Yes, sexy elements are acceptable at a wedding, as long as you limit yourself to one at a time.
You may be very comfortable in your jeans but it should not be worn to any wedding. The thing is, most people who even consider wearing denim to a wedding, be it jeans, a denim shirt, or a denim jacket usually underestimate just how dressy they need to make the rest of their outfit in order to pull the look off successfully. Making denim work for a wedding is tough. So just to forget about it all together.
Remember you are attending a wedding, not a funeral. But if you must wear black, then, ensure to liven it up with a print or bright coloured accessories to add colour to the outfit.
Jewelry that jingles
No doubt jewelries compliment outfits but ensure you stick to ones that don’t jingle. Opt for statement earrings, bracelets, bangles.
When it comes to footwear for a wedding, flip flops is a no-no. You can wear lovely sandals or flats as long as they beautifully harmonize your outfit. But if you want that oomph effect, then, opt for a pair of comfortable stilettos. Comfortable because you probably will be walking from table to table to greet friends and dance as well.