After having a wedding of my own just a few months ago, I have such a strong appreciation and admiration for all of the bride and grooms out there who dream up and create such a spectacular event.
With that being said, if you’re attending a wedding, always be sure to follow the dress code which will typically be stated on the invitation. It’s the bride and groom’s request and you certainly don’t want to be that person who forgot to pay attention to the dress code and stick out in all the photos.
So ladies, if you’re ever left wondering what “semi-formal” means or how casual “casual” actually is, you can always revert back to this blog post for a few tips:
When the invitation says…
Black Tie or “Formal”: Break out your evening gown or fanciest cocktail dress. Beads and sequins are totally acceptable and glam is always preferred. It’s almost impossible to be overdressed at a Black Tie event, so have fun with it!
Semi-Formal: A cocktail dress is definitely your safest bet here. If you’re ever unsure of how formal to be, I recommend playing it safe and dressing up rather than down.
Casual: Some people refer to wedding casual as “business casual”, but nothing about business casual is attractive to me. I say stick to a simple sundress or pair a skirt with a beautiful blouse.
Tahari ASL is a one-stop-shop for your wedding attire needs. Seriously – they have it all! From black tie to casual, they have the cutest options for every age and every price point.
Have further questions about what to wear to an upcoming wedding? Shoot me an email – I’d love to help you out!
Thank you Tahari ASL for sponsoring today’s post! All opinions are my own.