Who doesn’t love weddings?! It’s a happy and beautiful place to be, and you are celebrating love after all. But the big question to ask when attending a wedding is, what to wear?
I have been styling guests and bridesmaids for years, so I feel confident in helping to pick out an amazing wedding outfit. There are many beautiful brands I love, however, when you go for a popular brand that you find at a department store, the chance you will see the same dress is pretty high. That’s why I always look for something original and tell my clients to do the same!
A designer I have been working for years, Blush never disappoints. You can’t beat the quality, style and pricing! I just recently styled Alexa’s Grace wedding where all bridesmaids were wearing BLUSH and they looked absolutely stunning. All unique, all beautiful!
What I love the most about this dress is that Blush designs are brilliant! By using beautiful drapery techniques, her styles flatters any body shape, which all women can appreciate.
I wore this dress here 2 months after having my baby Leonix here in white and here tulle black.
On WCIU segment with Honey Bee Weddings, I was wearing red drapery gown perfect for black drees-code that’s also available in a lot of great colors. And the best part is the price! This dress looks like it’s a million bucks when in fact it’s only $110! PLUS you get 10% off with promo TLV2017.
There are some of other dresses from Blush that I would definitely wear to a wedding this season like the taupe maxi wrap. Alexa’s bridesmaids all wearing the wrap perfection in different pastel shades.
Also absolutely in love with this gold pleated gown, perfect option for formal occasion.
Blush pink little number would be perfect for cocktail attire summer wedding.
Alexa’s wedding was white attire, beach wedding. To ensure that my dress will be original yet approachable I reached out to Chicago designer I love, Christina Karin. The combo of nude and white chiffon made it easy for me to decide what to wear. Katya was a flower girl and she is wearing Lola and the Boys dress.
And my last tip for what to wear to weddings is, to think outside the box. I love playing with separates, like an outfit I styled below or even jumpsuits like Eyelet Apron black lace one. or ruffled black halo halter jumpsuit.
Who said that you have to wear a dress? When you style your own look you know you will be original, and it’s fun if you’re sick of dresses. Just to make sure you read the invitation to get instructions on code attire if applies.