What To Wear To A Summer Wedding: The Dress Codes

The wedding season has arrived! That means you'll need fresh, summer-ready gowns for all of your future weddings. Summer wedding guest attire is fortunately limitless and endlessly stunning. Although formal wear is the most typical, wedding invitations can include a variety of additional dress rules. Formal, semi-formal, and casual are more ambiguous than floral, and it can be difficult for attendees to decide on their preferred level of formality.

Search no more, as we’ve compiled five of the most popular wedding themes to help you prepare for the time of your life!


  1. Casual


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This means that the event will be much more laid-back, especially when it comes to attire. In a casual dress code, you can mix and match your pieces in a fun fashion as long as everything appears neat and elegant. Try cotton, linen; attempt to find the most comfortable pick.


     2. Chic

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At occasions where attendees are expected to dress elegantly, a chic dress code is frequently asked. A tip: if you're not sure if what you're wearing is appropriate, it probably isn't. Upgrade your look to a more put together spectrum rather than the casual side before.



    3. Resort


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The resort dress code is an option if the wedding or party is on the beach or in a garden. This dress code is becoming more widespread as themed weddings get more popular. You could do a classic dress or flowy pant suit with a hint of margherita on your grip!





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If the invitation specifies that you should dress in formal clothing, a long, sophisticated gown is ideal.  This is a common yet most misunderstood dress code yet. You want to look pulled together, possibly with strong, detailed attire like blazers or anything flat.



     5. Cocktail

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It's a mix of formal and casual, and it's often more formal than a day wedding but less so than a night celebration. You should opt for a knee-length or midi dress instead of a floor-length gown. You could even experiment with designs, so long as the structure of your outfit is flowy.


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