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wedding guest outfit help!!!!

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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
ive been invited to a wedding, and havent got a clue what to wear im 22 never been invited to wedding before so dont now what guests wear these days lol . ive seen a few nice maxi dresses in new look but dont now if there suitable. can anyone give me ideas thanks
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Im going to a wedding 2morm my wife has a smart dress not to revealing.
#2
I was at a wedding last Friday and most young girls were wearing lovely dresses - just you wear something smart and that you are comfortable in.
#3
Think Ladies Day at Ascott and you shouldn't go far wrong
#4
lucky you, i'm 22 i havent been to a wedding in 10 years :-( my friends keep saying they're getting married then change their minds :x

i've been looking to buy these 2 dresses from debenhams
http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10001_10001_120010262742_-1?breadcrumb=Home~Women~Dresses

http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10001_10001_120010262647_-1

it looks good to me cos i have something similar i bought in december from john rocca as well but with 3/4 length sleeve, one of the reviews suggests it'll be good for a wedding :)


this looks nice for a wedding too http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10001_10001_017010232343_-1
you might be better off going to the shops cos from reviews its black but the reviews say navy, depends on what you want though? colour ? budget?
#5
I think a maxi dress would be suitable, i went to a christening a couple of weeks ago ( in a posh hotel ) and a lot of guests had maxi dresses or similar on( even the babies nan did ) ! and as it was the hottest day of the year weve had, i think they would of been very comfortable, so i would say 'yes' go for it and just dress it up with some nice jewellrey, shoes and bag!
Have a great day too :thumbsup:
#6
not white or cream..... you don't want to p'''' off the bride!
#7
I seem to have been to a fair few weddings in the last few years, and it's very very hard for a woman to go wrong...you can guarantee at every wedding there'll be a couple of women who haven't bothered dressing up at all, and there'll be a couple of women dressed very sl*tty. It's a doddle to aim between the two, and you'll look great.

I'm going to sound very girly now (considering I'm a bloke) but think Coast. Almost any dress that Coast does would be perfect for a wedding. Get the equivalent from anywhere you can and you'll look great :)
#8
ooohh i love getting dressed up for weddings.... would go with a maxi dress too
[admin]#9
I'm going to a few weddings this year and I've bought dresses from Coast :)
#10
thanks for your advice everyone, think il go for a maxi dress, its gone from me not bein invited to no weddings to four all in the summer, so hopefully i cud maybe get away with wearing the same dress to all four as different ppl will be attending each one. thanks again xx
#11
I went to fab posh wedding in September last year and wore a maxi dress with a little shrug cardi type thing which you can take off later. A few of the women were wearing fascinators in their hair too (I didn't) but have a look around as it may suit what you're wearing.

Definitely remember to wear shoes/sandals that are comfy as you're on your feet a lot especialy during the day when photos are getting taken etc. Take a couple of the gel party heels in your bag just in case :thumbsup:
#12
I think if you get a plain dress then you can get away with wearing it 4 times as you can just chnge your accessories.
Hope this helps. x
#13
kaks26
I went to fab posh wedding in September last year and wore a maxi dress with a little shrug cardi type thing which you can take off later. A few of the women were wearing fascinators in their hair too (I didn't) but have a look around as it may suit what you're wearing.

Definitely remember to wear shoes/sandals that are comfy as you're on your feet a lot especialy during the day when photos are getting taken etc. Take a couple of the gel party heels in your bag just in case :thumbsup:


I actually wore a fascinator for first time ever at that wedding on Friday - and must say it really did finish off my outfit - plus most of the ladies were either wearing a hat or a fascinator - all ages!

OP enjoy your wedding - we have another 2 this summer!
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bossyboots
I actually wore a fascinator for first time ever at that wedding on Friday - and must say it really did finish off my outfit - plus most of the ladies were either wearing a hat or a fascinator - all ages!

OP enjoy your wedding - we have another 2 this summer!


You wore an Alphabeat song in your hair?

(lame joke)
#15
bossyboots
I actually wore a fascinator for first time ever at that wedding on Friday - and must say it really did finish off my outfit - plus most of the ladies were either wearing a hat or a fascinator - all ages!

OP enjoy your wedding - we have another 2 this summer!


o thanks goin pop down debenhams i think goin have a nose, they are sellin all diff colour fascinators in new look for £6. thanks again everyone really helped :thumbsup:
#16
i went to a wedding last saturday and most of the young women were wearing maxi dresses :)
#17
wow maxi dresses seem to be popular, i havent worn one before :oops:
#18
Wot the hell is a fascinator,i will have to Google it now!

Ohhhh it's one of those,i never knew they had a special name:oops:
#19
deb8z
Wot the hell is a fascinator,i will have to Google it now!


lol i found out what one was in dec 2008! my friend's sis got wed all the bridesmaid wore them, looked nice on them in the pics i saw
#20
ilovelilac
wow maxi dresses seem to be popular, i havent worn one before :oops:


They certainly are, and can be dressed up or down depending on occassion and also nice and cool for this 'fab hot weather' , try one youll be suprised at how nice they can look ! ( obviously depending on height , weight etc ) and also suppose the cut of the dress! :)
#21
OP im having the same trouble as you my mates marrying my OHs cousin in august so i wanna look really good, i have such a weird shaped body its really hard to find anything
:(

i normally go for a wrap dress but im getting bored of them

ps when i say weird shaped i mean im short, slim and have big boobs...anyone have any tips for dressing me lol
#22
shopstilldrops
They certainly are, and can be dressed up or down depending on occassion and also nice and cool for this 'fab hot weather' , try one youll be suprised at how nice they can look ! ( obviously depending on height , weight etc ) and also suppose the cut of the dress! :)


they look like they'll suit my figure but my 'problem' with them is that all seem to have thin straps and i have massive boobs and i am yet to find a strapless bra that's comfortable and im not comfortable wearing dresses with my bra straps exposed...
#23
Another thing I noticed some of the younger girls wearing a wrist corsage - they looked just lovely


http://i789.photobucket.com/albums/yy171/bossybootsmgt/wristcorsage.jpg?t=1275586541

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