Wedding Guest Style

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Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
Every now and again we all have a wedding to go to and for us ladies getting our outfits perfect is a stressful experience. What if someone has the same dress? What IF they look better in it? At the same time looking good can come at a high cost. However, if we stayed closer to home instead of searching all over the country to find a good dress we would be much better off. Buttercrane has more than enough to keep us happy. So to save some of the bother I have picked out a few of my favourite wedding guest styles from Topshop, River Island, H&M, New Look and Miss Selfridge. Miss Selfridge’s mint green embellished, cut out dress is a must. It’s eye catching but not so much so to draw attention away from any bride. Meanwhile River Island’s sapphire, Kate Middleton-esque wrap dress screams elegant and sophistication and is perfect for a wedding any time of year. Although plain with the right accessories including Miss Selfridge’s platform peep toes and River Island’s box clutch bag the outfit is it for a glamorous night out. Similarly a box clutch and River Island’s embellished shoes match H&M’s wrap around ruby dress or a dress that could be worn to winter and summer weddings. A recommendation to save some dough is to buy statement jewellery and silver, gold, nude and black accessories which will guarantee to match all outfits. Then you can mix and match said accessories about. Everyone worries about wearing the same dress twice but no one ever notices how many times you use the same accessories. Remember it’s a wedding, not the Golden Globes. Similarly, buying two or three fascinators and hats of neutral colours can also save a lot of energy in the shops. Another place to look for hair accessories is Accessorize which has more affordable hair accessories such as fascinators, feathered clips and jeweled slides for something a little different. Hopefully this takes some of the stress out of shopping!
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