There are so many different types of weddings nowadays and you probably have this year’s calendar full of weddings. From destination weddings on tropical islands to a church do – you have lots of weddings to look forward to this year but the number one questions is always what to wear. A wedding dress code can be daunting but not to fret we have you covered in our handy guide below.
Those destination weddings always require a bit outfit planning – you could be off to islands, beach and traveling in planes and cars you need to have all your looks and accessories ready to go pre-holiday! From your arrival looks to the rehearsal dinner, have all your outfits packed in your suitcase and ready to go.
Your Arrival calls for a chic off duty look. Try a comfortable jumpsuit that is fashionable and lets you go from the plane straight to drinks. You could even add a pair of earrings to take it to the next level.
The Rehearsal Dinner is the pre wedding dinner that can call a casual or a more formal dress attire. At your destination wedding this could involve a dinner on the beach which our Karlie Dress would be perfect for, or maybe it is something a bit fancier in a restaurant in which case you could wear for our Aerin Rose Gold Dress with our Latina Earrings for a touch of glam.
A Cocktail Night, there’s always going to be a gathering for drinks at some point during the holiday. It may be the very on trend recovery party – which is the day after the wedding that could be a sunlit brunch with rounds of Bloody Mary’s. In any case you will need to pack the perfect little dress.
The latest trend is wedding is up and running – and that is micro weddings. A micro wedding is a small ceremony or a ‘minimony’ of between 30 and 50 people. This could be in a restaurant or maybe in a garden setting and often requires guests to follow a dress code of less formal and minimalism.
A winery wedding calls for bright florals and stunning satin numbers. Go for a country chic look by pairing the perfect full-length dress with a pair of sophisticated gumboots for those winter weddings. Don’t be afraid to wear a jumpsuit that is a little on the formal side so you can look and feel confident and comfortable.
Black Tie Wedding
Not sure of what to wear when the invite requests a black-tie dress code? A dress that is all about glamour and sophistication. Black Tie is all about the long dresses and those draping full length gowns. A black-tie dress code lets you invest in some dazzling final touches too.
We can hear the church bells ringing and that means you need a look that is ready for a traditional wedding at the church. Usually a daytime occasion, a church wedding calls for a gorgeous midi dress – the perfect not too long but not too short style. Look for dresses with a bit of colour or some floral prints for a feminine vibe.
You will always look your best in Montique! For more fashion tips or information on our dresses and products, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be in touch with our customer service team, or shop our new arrivals now!