Easter holidays are approaching, and it is no secret that it is one of the most beloved seasons for wedding celebrations. With cooler temperatures and charming views, autumn is an excellent season for couples to say "I do." So if you were lucky enough to secure an invite to an autumnal wedding, you'd want to start shopping for your wedding guest dress as soon as possible. However, since the weather can be unpredictable, choosing what to wear to an Easter wedding can be challenging.
Once autumn hits, it's time to say goodbye to summer lights and brights and start transitioning into warm (yet still cheerful) colour tones. Fall wedding guest dresses give you a chance to play with assorted rich jewel tones, long or 3/4 sleeves, heavier fabrics and prints that mirror the changing of seasons -and this won't change any time soon.
But remember: just because the temperatures are starting to drop doesn't mean your style has to either. Dressing for an Easter wedding can extend to multiple fashion opportunities that spring or summer weddings don't permit. You can experiment more with silhouettes, sleeves and accessories. Long-sleeve designs in rich fabrics and darker hues are timeless and chic for cooler-timed celebrations. However, the key to being the best-dressed guest is feeling comfortable and confident in your outfit throughout the day.
Dressing appropriately for the season, however, doesn't mean that you have to choose a very thick and heavy material – instead, a matching or complimentary jacket can elevate your look while keeping you comfortable (especially for outdoor ceremonies and receptions). Likewise, adding dressy accessories can instantly elevate the look while also having the option to re-wear the dress with boots and a belt on the weekends.
While you might opt for a flowy sundress with a jacket for an afternoon barn wedding, an evening soirée at an upscale venue requests a more formal look, like a long sparkly gown, sleek jumpsuit, or an embellished midi dress.
So, before choosing your fall Easter wedding attire, look at the dress code on the invitation. It is the first and one of the most critical steps to consider when picking your outfit. You'll need to dress differently for an outdoor wedding than you would at a classy hotel rooftop, so pay attention to the couple's requested dress code to plan your wedding attire accordingly. In addition to the dress code, clues like the venue and event time can offer additional fashion insight.
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