What to wear to a wedding? The blog fields a lot of questions about wedding attire: Mother of the Bride, Mother of the Groom, and plain old wedding guest. When shopping for wedding guest attire I typically refer women to Halsbrook and Anthropologie. In particular, Anthropologie has an entire brand called BHLDN that’s dedicated to wedding dresses for the Bride, Bridesmaids, Mother of the Bride, and shoes and accessories.
Today, we're deep-diving into wedding dresses. I'm modeling one of my favorites of the season, but I've also pulled together 15 different dresses from some of my favorite retailers. Whether you're going to a country wedding or city affair, there's something for you.
Today we're deep-diving into what to wear to a wedding
I've modeled one of my favorite dresses of the season, but I've pulled together 15 alternatives
The dress is shoppable via a text or image widget
Each alternate is shoppable via a text widget
Since June is for all things brides and weddings today’s post is devoted to wedding attire. And do I have a dress for you! The Diana dress from Norma Kamali has been around since the ‘70s. Say what? Yes, Norma Kamali designed this very dress in the early days of her career then modified it in the ’80s.
This dress has staying power due to the draped fabric and flattering fit. Trust me, anyone and everyone will look good in this dress! It’s a timeless classic with a mid-range price point. What’s better than that? The Diana dress comes in an array of colors and is available at multiple retailers Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Evereve, Anthropologie
Left Board: Ezra Twist Mermaid Dress (Saks) | Pruce Ankle Strap Sandal (Nine West, Nordstrom) | Crystal Frame Clutch (Nina, Nordstrom) | Blake Statement Necklace (Neiman's) Right Board Kayla Tie High Neck Gown (Saks) | Crystal Clutch (Nina, Nordstrom) | Ankle Strap Sandal (Vince Camuto, Nordstrom) | 3 Row Pearly Necklace (Neiman's)