You don’t want to upstage the bride, so what do you wear as a guest to a wedding?
We have scoured the best of the web to find our top picks for wedding guest attire. Taking inspiration from this seasons trends here are a few looks we particularly like from the high street and web.

“Midnight Hour” I think Marie Claire described this trend as. Glittering maxi dresses featuring stars and constellations were big on the catwalk. We found some great ones on the JD Williams website. Sequins are back and I can’t wait to wear them. I especially love this dress which could actually be worn as a wedding dress. At £180 this Joanna Hope Embellished Maxi Dress is a dream, giving adequate arm coverage it flows and sits really nice. I would give 10/10 for just that reason. Click here to see more maxi style dresses from JD Williams….



High st brand Zara’s Star Dress is embracing this particular star print. This khaki green maxi dress with side splits could be dressed up with a different style of footwear.

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Animal Print:

Zara Animal Print Skirt – Dress with a white shirt or a cami style top for an evening look.


Asos Curve don’t leave the plus size market out. We love this shirt dress which flatters the figure. Wear with heels.


JD Williams – Designers Scarlett & Jo bodycon wrap dress follows two on trend themes the animal print of course but also the sweetheart neckline. Bet Lynch would have loved this!



Next have these two contrasting Ruffle dresses. I personally love the floral one  at £92. Both are truly beautiful tske your pick…..

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Lady in Red, this cold shoulder ruffle dress (2 trends in 1 I will have you know !) is only £45 again a winner from Asos.


Check Print

What about a smart check jacket from Zara. To see this look past the wedding day wear the jacket dressed up, as in the picture, with skirt and smart shirt. Or dress down with skinny jeans and black fitted turtle neck for a classic look.


Below I am loving this contemporary check dress from Ted Baker for £180 is lush. Who knew Ted B could pull this look off. Memo to self must check Ted B OOOOOOOT!

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This Asos dress is bit of a throwback to a vintage Allsaints dress I used to own but at just £45 its a steal. With the sweetheart neckline and capped sleeves this dress is the bomb.


50 Shades Of Purple.

JD Williams has some jewelled like dresses that enhance the colour purple. For a city chic look this bejewelled dress has a tummy skimming drape, flattering anyone conscious of their mid section.


ASOS Curve – embracing the purple theme this outfit flatters the voluptuous figure giving some shape, enhancing the curves and most importantly defining the waist that some style don’t seem to do. I’m especially loving a little bit of ruffle keeping this outfit current.

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This Asos suit option is just £90, not for the shy, you would need confidence to wear this top to toe purple suit.


Zara – this midi  puff dress at £20 is a budget friendly statement piece. Its tough walking past this store, trust me, and now they have introduced the app it’s game over!


From the High st we all know Zara is obviously going to stock some velvet styles. The thing with Velvet is that it can be a quite unflattering material. However these two outfits especially the tunic below is something I would wear time again as the light colour and oversized style is right up my street so this get a big thumbs up from me.



Let me know what you think.
Do you like any of these trends?
What will you be wearing as a wedding guest this season ?

I would love to hear your thoughts leave me a comment in the box with your top AW16 finds.

Much Love,

Nic x