What Our Editors Would Actually Wear to a Spring Wedding
Spring is almost here, and with the new season comes a fresh set of weddings to attend, which means it’s time to start figuring out
what you’re going to wear. With so much out there to choose from, the process of finding your ideal spring wedding outfit can be tedious and overwhelming, but we are here to help.
Sometimes, all you need is a little inspiration to get your wheels turning, which is why asked each of our editors what they are planning on wearing to their
spring weddings this year, and let me assure you, their looks are très chic. From the most whimsical off-the-shoulder dresses to the shoes they are relying on for the utmost comfort, there are definitely a few style lessons to be learned from the fashionable ladies ahead.
“What’s more perfect for spring than a pop of color? I’m currently obsessing over the ladylike cut of this Rotate dress. When it comes to shoes, I need something comfy, which is why I love a wedge heel. And as for accessories, a great pair of earrings can go a long way.”
“This dress is so spectacular that it hardly needs any accessorizing. Plus, it’s comfortable enough to dance the night away in and would look just as chic with flats, if you (wisely) opt for a shoe change.”
“I love experimenting with fun colors for spring, and this pink-and-brown dress from Rixo London definitely fits the bill. Plus, the 3/4 sleeves and midi length make it super easy to throw on for other events, too.”
“Song of Style’s cool approach to a matching set fits my wedding guest vibe perfectly. This top-skirt combo is alluring and fun, and the seafoam green color feels so fresh. I’d pair ankle-tie sandals with the set to make it look very right now.”
“I’m guilty of wearing way too much black to weddings, so this season I’m hoping to switch it up with some playful color pairings. Pink and red is a current favorite combo. I also love the baroque pearl jewelry that’s been popping up. These Alighieri earrings are a perfect interpretation of the trend.”
“Spring weddings don’t have to be so serious. The weather is finally starting to have a little fun, and so can you. The easiest way to do this is with your accessories. I’m loving a mismatched earring moment right now, and pink shoes are always a crowd-pleaser.”
“When I’m prepping my wedding guest look, I always keep two things in mind: the material and fit. I typically lean toward a material that won’t show stains or sweat marks (you spend hours in this dress, and the thought of possibly pitting out is stressful). For the fit, I try to find a silhouette that’s equally flattering and comfortable because, again, you’ll be in this dress for hours. The below dress is particularly great because cut lends a flowy and breezy area for your armpits.”
“A spring wedding is a chance to step out in more playful colors and prints. My everyday jewelry look is minimal and delicate, so I enjoy playing with bolder statement pieces when the occasion calls for it. For shoes, I know it’s controversial but I love a good kitten heel—especially Ganni’s suede slingbacks.”
“When it comes to weddings, I have sometimes struggled to find the right thing to wear. But I recently figured out the wedding guest outfit that works every time. It involves a mid-length dress falling below the knees (which feels elevated and cool), low shoes, so I can be comfortable and dance, and a pair of statement earrings to pull it together.”
“I love spring weddings because they tend to be a little less formal, so you can dress up something that’s not necessarily a gown and still make it work. I plan to wear a space age-printed Rixo London dress with heels to an upcoming wedding, then keeping it in rotation for other outings with more casual shoe options.”
Opening Image: Szymon Brzóska/ The Style Stalker
This story was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.