The Perfect Dress for a Spring Wedding-Ask Anna
“I have a spring wedding coming up in April. It’s in the country, and it starts in the early afternoon, but it will probably turn into an evening affair. What dress could I wear that is appropriate for both day and evening?”
It is important to remember that at weddings, you want to look sophisticated and comfortable. Of course, it is also important to know the level of formality of the wedding, but I always feel that in these situations, it is better to err on the side of over dressed rather than underdressed â€“ nobody wants to be the girl who was cut out of all the pictures for wearing jeans and sneakers! However, at the same time, you donâ€™t want to be remembered as the girl who tried to steal the spotlight. Itâ€™s actually quite a difficult balance to find.
I think that over-the-knee dresses are more appropriate than the average mini you might wear at a club. It being a spring wedding, I think that floral or pastel colours are a good choice. A bit of shine might add a nice touch, especially if this for a day-turned-night affair. Here are my top choices:
This is a really stunning dress, which elongates the figure. It is also very handy for those of us who are not particularly gifted when it comes to walking in heels â€“ a pair of flat pumps or sandals will be fine for this option. Minimal accessories are also important â€“ a pair of drop earrings and a bracelet will be more than enough.
This dress has a beautifully vintage feel about it. The front makes it demure, while the back shows just the right amount of skin. Wear with light, gold jewellery â€“ a bracelet and a pair of small solid gold hoops will do. Wear with a pair of feminine shoes â€“ baby doll high heels would be perfect.
My final choice is the purple strapless. This is a really lovely option, and works equally well for the day and the night. Accessorise with a light silver necklace (nothing to heavy â€“ the bow already gives it a lot of detail). Wear with a pair of round-toe heels.
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