This Sunday there are dozens of incredible outfits you have in your closet am sure but how do you make it work? You do not need any more proof to show you how important dressing to church is. Sundays are were you should wear your best dressed outfits and if you are finding it difficult to style your look for Sunday we’ve got you covered, scroll down to check fun church outfit ideas;
An Ankara dress would be a good choice, simple make sure its simple, covered but stylish.
Ball dresses have always being a favorite when you are thinking of what to wear to church, go with one that has a bit of dazzle.
Have you won that dress before? How then do you make it look different? Well layering comes in handy right now, just wear a cropped coat of arm-less coat with your dress and viola it looks totally different.
You have a lace and Ankara dress that you wore two weddings ago, well I think you can re-work it for church.
Dresses are always the savior when it comes to what to wear to church, you should bring out that fabulous off-the-shoulder dress with a bell sleeve that has been hiding at the back of your closet.
You could wear a body con that is load, but make sure that you accessorize with accessories that are not overly pronounced.
Calve length flare skirts are still a church favorite, pair yours with a long sleeve chiffon shirt and cool pointy stiletto’s
Two pieces are great, you don’t have to think of how to pair them if you don’t want to, try a two piece- a long top and long pants for your look this Sunday.
Sometimes a little bit more detail is what makes a long dress attractive… If you have a cold-shouldered long dress pair it with mules or a nice sandal heel.
These are our ideas on what to wear to church, what do you think? Tell us in the comment section below.
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