August 25, 2014

Wedding Attire Do’s and Don’ts

With my wedding rapidly approaching, I am more stressed out than ever trying to get everything perfect and ready to go. I’ve realized that my guests are feeling somewhat stressed as well about what to wear to the ‘wedding of the year’. Going to a LA stylist’s wedding can be intimidating, I get it. You have to somehow pull off a stylish, chic look that I would approve of but without upstaging me (which would never happen anyway). So, to all my fabulous guests and everyone else attending a wedding, here are my tips of what to wear and what not to wear when attending an ultra stylish wedding.  

1. Something Blue

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Isshō dress $395, Jared Jamin Necklace

Do: It’s always fun to play off of the bridal superstitions of what you must wear on your wedding to have a decent marriage. Clean cuts and simple details is the way to go when picking out a wedding ensemble and this … dress from Stylehaüs is a perfect option.

Screen Shot 2014-08-23 at 6.11.17 PMDon’t: go crazy on the blue. This is not a blast from the past dress. Ruffles, glitter and strange hues of blue are a big no. You want to gracefully blend into the fashionable crowd. Not stick out and have everyone, including me, give the “what were you thinking” look.

2. Spring Fling

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Lauren Stucky dress $569, Diamond Cuff (contact for pricing)

Do: Outdoor wedding can get hot, sweaty, and bugs will be flying everywhere. Not my style, but, if you are the chosen one to attend such a wedding, here’s what i would choose to wear. The cut outs in this stylish dress will give you the chance to stay cool but it’s also covering up enough that you’re not going to be stealing the eyes of all the creepy single men.

Screen Shot 2014-08-23 at 6.09.34 PMDon’t: go crazy on the cut outs. Keep it classy.

3. New York Wedding

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RVN dress on sale from $492 to $330, Necklace $600

Do: put fashion on the most important list. Dresses that mimic art deo styles from 1920’s New York is one of my favorites. It brings the old glamour I love so much from old New York. 

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Don’t: take the 20’s appreciation literally. It’s not Halloween just yet. 

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