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Your Wedding-Season Troubles are Solved

Wedding Season is upon us, and with it comes the struggle to figure out what is and isn't appropriate for the never ending list of themes and dress codes out there.

If you're anything like us, you've probably left your dress shopping to the last minute. But lucky for you, we've done all the legwork. Here are four different looks for this year's most common wedding themes.

The Garden Wedding

There's probably no better time to wear a full on floral print dress than a garden wedding. Keep the whimsical feeling going with layers of dainty jewelry, simple heels, and a soft floral fragrance.

Dress / Heels / Jewelry / Fragrance 

The Brunch Wedding

Brunch weddings can be a little tricky; finding an outfit that says "brunch" while not being too casual is definitely a challenge. Luckily, this elevated t-shirt dress by The Fifth hits dressy-casual right on the head. Match it with a chunky heel, simple earrings and a pair of Quay shades and you're good to go!

Dress / Heels / Sunglasses / Earrings

 The Formal Wedding

It may be hard to believe, but weddings aren't all ethereal, fairy-lit Pinterest-fests; formal weddings do exist, and are the perfect time to up the glamour in a floor length gown. A tie-style necklace is a perfect match for a plunging neckline, and a simple pair of heels seals the deal.

Dress / Necklace / Rings / Heels

The Beach Wedding

Beach weddings are everyone's favourite in theory, but dressing for them can be hard. You don't want to be too hot, but you also don't want to be too exposed, and heels and sand just do not work. Our solution is this light and airy Keepsake maxi dress, beach-friendly platform espadrilles, and statement sunglasses.

Pro Tip: Bringing along a bottle of Woodlot's refreshing Rose facial mist will help keep you cool, calm and collected no matter how many hours you have to spend in the sun.

Dress / Sandals / Jewelry / Sunglasses / Mist

 

Lead photo by Ismael Nieto.