No matter how organised and planned you are, looking for the right outfit to wear for a wedding will always fill you with dread and of course considering the colors can also be a tiring job because there are so many rules on what to wear to weddings like don’t wear white when you aren’t the bride, don’t wear black its isn’t a mourning event and so on and so forth.
But then what colour should you wear to a wedding? I’m here to break all fashion rules and saying you can wear just about any colour as long as it isn’t a black tie wedding event. It all boilss down to you, the wedding venue and colour if given on the wedding card. I, for one, would love an all-white wedding,who doesn’t love purity. What about a beach wedding, white isn’t a bad colour or any of the bright colours of the colour wheels, free-flowing outfits can also do. To that wedding guest that asked what colours to wear to a wedding, here are some inspirational looks to help
This gold dress with 2 front slits is a classic colour to wear to a wedding finished up with matching gold sandal heels and clutch
Red is one colour you can rock to any wedding with this red and black mid-length trumpet dress, completed with pointies animal prints pumps
When going for white at a wedding, opt for the short and chic look with the little white dress and complement with other colours
Yellow is perfect for an outdoor wedding with this fit and flare lacy yellow gown with matching gold shoes and clutch you would look dashing.
Royalty speaks only with blue and this blue Ankara fringe dress says it all.
Little Black Dress can’t be wrong for a wedding when kept simple and elegant with the right accessories and makeup. A simple black body con dress with matching black shoes and finished with a popping pink lips is perfect.
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