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Winter Wedding Guest Dresses 2019-2020 | Rent Designer Dresses

 

You have a Winter wedding coming up, yet have no idea how to dress or what to wear as a wedding guest in these slightly colder months.

You want to look amazing and wear a beautiful dress, however you’re also aware that after Christmas and the holiday season, those purse strings should probably be tightened slightly. You need this beautiful dress to not break the bank as you step into the New Year, especially, if like so many of us, you don’t like to repeat your occasion outfits too many times.

The obvious solution to finding your perfect wedding guest outfit, is to rent the designer dress you have your eye on. Hiring a dress means you can wear a style from your favourite designer for a fraction of the cost, without compromising on quality or the beauty of your final look.

Whether you need a dress for a daytime or evening wedding, or whether you need something formal or something slightly more casual, Girl Meets Dress has so many dress rental options for everyone, no matter what kind of Winter wedding you’re attending.

With the drop in temperature you’ll want to reach for those dresses with the higher necklines and longer hems. Offset these more sensible styles with some bold prints and vibrant colours to make sure your hired dress still turns heads. Adding a print (patterned or floral) can give your wedding outfit an effortless, classy feel, even in Winter. Simply pair with gorgeous heels and jewellery such as statement earrings, and you’ll be good to go. Browse our midi dresses to rent, sleeved dresses for hire and rental floral dresses for Winter wedding guest inspiration and outfit ideas!

Our large range of designer wedding guest dresses are perfect for this time of year and are available to rent now! From London to Glasgow, from Belfast to Bristol, wherever you are we can sort your Winter events wardrobe for you.

Look great this Winter, even if the weather doesn’t.


What to wear as a guest for a relaxed wedding?

Wedding season is here and you probably have a lot to attend to.
You don’t want to wear the same dress all over again but don’t want to spend a fortune on dresses, either?
Girl Meets Dress is the solution for you. We offer you the possibility to hire designer dresses for a fraction of their prices. This means that you will never have to wear the same dress twice, but also that you can now afford to wear a Self Portrait dress or a Victoria Beckham dress.

Here is a selection of dresses that would be perfect for a relaxed wedding as a guest!

Heather Scarf Dress Mustard

This For Love And Lemons midi dress is great for a spring wedding because it is a long sleeves dress.

 

 

Papina Dress

A pink dress is perfect for a spring/summer wedding.

Diana Embellished Dress

This mini wedding guest dress is great for any wedding. A sparkly dress will always make you look good!

 

Bouclé Dress

This blue wedding guest dress from the Victoria Beckham collection  is the perfect compromise between structure and relax.

Jacquard Dress

An asymmetric dress is great for a relaxed wedding. You can wear any shoes you want with this pink wedding guest dress.

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Mother Of The Bride – Wedding Dress Code Guide

 

 

 

Choosing an outfit for any wedding can be very confusing. In this post we at Girl Meets Dress have covered the Mother of the Bride and put together the ultimate dress code guide. Check out the mother of the bride section at Girl Meets Dress for great mother of the bride dresses to rent!

 

 

The fashion for most mothers of the bride is a dress or a suit-like outfit. A simple design in a striking colour, accessorised with beautiful jewellery may look better in photographs than something very fussy. Overly bright colours and patterns should be avoided. Hats are traditional – but by no means compulsory – at weddings and can be a stylish addition to the outfit. See our Accessories section at Girl Meets Dress, we have a great selection of hats suitable for weddings!

It’s worth to take into consideration timing and place – daytime weddings and evening affairs have their own explicit sets of dress codes. For the day, you want your fabrics light and colours bright. In the evening, it’s more acceptable to flaunt beads, sequins, and other sparkles in darker hues.  If the wedding is an evening or black tie event then the mothers of the bride could wear an evening gown.

The choice of shoes of the mother of the bride should be stylish yet comfortable. Again, timing and place matters. Choose your shoes carefully in case the wedding is taking place outdoors in a park or vineyard etc. 

Follow the bride’s cues about style, color, and degree of formality. She and the groom set the tone for the event. Ask for advice from the bride ad do not argue against the suggestions. Also compare notes with the groom’s mom – you’ll both feel more comfortable if your elegance is in sync. If you follow tradition, the mother of the bride should be allowed the first opportunity to choose a dress so you don’t end up with the same one. 

 

 

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Jasper Garvida –

Nina Dress

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Beulah London –

Blossom Dress

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Madderson London –

Marnie Dress

 

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Roksanda Ilincic –

Elwood Dress

 


Wedding Guest Dress Code – What To Wear

 

Wedding guests should be appropriately dressed for a wedding. It is important to remember that weddings are usually quite a formal affair and people take the time to dress up and look their best. We at Girl Meets Dress have gathered tips for all wedding guests this summer – The do’s and dont’s, what to wear to a daytime church wedding and evening reception and explain the most common wedding-guest dress codes.

Wedding etiquette dictates that any dress code should be explained in the extra information that goes out with the wedding invitations.  Between “black tie optional” and “semiformal,” the language can be tricky to decipher. But we’ve got you covered. Here are the most common wedding-guest dress codes explained;

“White Tie”. This the most formal of all dress codes (think: White House state dinners). White Tie dresses to wear for weddings are usually formal floor-length evening gowns.

Elliot Claire –

Jewelled Silver Gown

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“Black Tie”. This is the next most formal wedding dress code, and usually means the wedding is an evening event.  You can go a bit dressier and wear a formal floor-length gown, or choose a short, dressy cocktail dress as a Black Tie wedding attire.

Adrianna Papell –

Dusty Orchid Gown

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“Formal” or “Black Tie Optional”. The wording here indicates something slightly less formal than black tie is acceptable. But the event is still formal enough for one to be appropriate. A long dress, dressy separates, or a formal cocktail dress.

Ariella –

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 “Semiformal” or “Dressy Casual”. Take your cues from the time of the event – Wear darker, more formal colours for an evening wedding; opt for light colours and fabrics for a daytime event. A cocktail dress or a long, dressy skirt and top works fine.

Stella McCartney –

Ridley Woven Dress

 

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 “Festive Attire”. This one can leave many guests confused. In general, guests are given the permission to have fun and play with their outfits. Opt for cocktail-party attire featuring bolder colours and accessories.

ChiChi London –

Blue White Flower Dress

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 “Casual”. This indicates the wedding will likely be held outdoors or on the beach, meaning the event will be much more laid-back, especially when it comes to attire. That said, jeans, shorts, and tank tops are probably not appropriate unless they’re specifically noted as acceptable. A summer sundress is appropriate (just make sure the fabric isn’t overly formal). Appropriate shoes should be chosen if the wedding is outside or on grass.

Self-Portrait –

Azaelea Pink Lace Dress

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Not every invitation has a dress code outlined. You can take on clues by looking whether the invitation itself is formal or casual. After six usually means to dress more formally than during the day. Churches, synagogues and even hotel ballrooms tend to be more formal than a park, garden or a beach. If you absolutely cannot figure out how to dress by looking at the invitation, don’t be shy. It’s better to ask the bride, groom or their families!

Hats are traditional, but by no means compulsory, at weddings. Just remember to choose your hat carefully making sure it compliments your height, body and outfit. Keep in mind that traditionally ladies decorate hats on the right hand side and be careful when greeting/kissing others when wearing a bigger headpiece.

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Wedding dress code – What not to wear!:

– Avoid wearing white – Unless you are invited to a white-themed wedding, don’t take attention away from the bride. Head-to-toe outfits in white or cream should never be worn and all black, unless cleverly accessorised, may look too sombre. Some consider Red to be unsuitable for guests to wear as it might draw to much attention.

– Don’t wear anything too short or too low-cut. Even worse, don’t wear something that is both too short and too low-cut. Consider wearing appropriate underwear or Spanx! The main point is to be careful to not show off too much.

– Many churches and synagogues require that women’s shoulders be covered, so if you want to wear somehing a little sexy for the reception, make sure to bring along a scarf or jacket so that you can cover up for the ceremony or change attire in between

– Don’t dress formal to a casual wedding and vice versa! Being overdressed for a wedding is just as uncomfortable as being underdressed.

Browse for more wedding guest dresses to rent at Girlmeetsdress.com ! We have a wide variety of evening wedding dresses, cocktail dresses for weddings, black tie wedding dresses and bridesmaid dresses for weddings available online.

 

 

 

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