The best outfits for every type of wedding guest

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We all know the most important dress on a wedding day is the white one at the end of the aisle, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make an effort to feel great too.

Image credit: Tim Darin

The cami

Tie-detail Dress, £29.99, H&M, Theory, Silk-georgette Maxi Dress, £450, Net-a-Porter, Navy Matt and Shine Satin Dress, £65, Next

Intended to be elegant and effortless, the cami dress is the most simple piece on the list, but it can sometimes be hard to pull off. With minimal material and small spaghetti straps as the only detail, camis are one of the biggest trends of the season, especially in the silk variety. Ideal for a beach wedding, pair with intricate jewellery and a pair of thin sandals to prove that sometimes less is more. 

The shirt dress

Print Shirt Dress, £36, Next, Cotton-blend Shirt Dress, £24.99, H&M, Linen Shirt Dress, £42, Warehouse

Perhaps you’re only attending the evening wedding soiree or maybe you’re just looking for something a little bit more laidback and comfortable for a long day of celebrations, either way, the shirt dress is a super flattering and light alternative to more formal options. If you want to dress it up, opt for a clutch and statement earrings. 

The suit

Soft Long Linen Blazer, £190, Jigsaw, Linen Portofino Trousers, £115, Jigsaw, Slouch Suit Blazer, £46, Topshop, Blush Slouch Suit Trousers, £29 Topshop

If dresses aren’t your thing, fear not because a pastel hue suit is a great way to switch up your wedding wardrobe. In recent years, we’ve seen the suit completely reinvented for the modern woman, it’s no longer restricted to the professional boardroom and it’s certainly not exclusive to men. Forget boxy fits and shoulder pads, these lightweight suits are a refreshing change from dresses.  

The wrap dress

Blue Midi Dress, £22.99, New Look, Dainty Georgette Wrap Dress, £180, Ganni, Nanushka Belted Frayed Satin-twill Midi Dress, £435, Net-a-porter

It’s the dress that’s absolutely everywhere at the moment – the wrap dress. Although it can easily be dressed down with a pair of crisp white trainers and a tote bag, it’s also the perfect floaty dress to take you from wedding breakfast to evening party. There are endless ways to to wear a wrap dress, and don’t be afraid to experiment with prints and colours for added oomph. 

The jumpsuit

V neck jumpsuit, £56, Warehouse, Satin Jumpsuit, £49.99, Zara, Belted Jersey Jumpsuit, £42, Miss Selfridge

A lot of the time, the comfiest option isn’t the most stylish, however it’s time to forget what you thought you knew and instead invest in an all-in-one piece to take you from noon till night. Whether you’re going for a glamorous satin tie-waist or a robust belted look, an outfit like this will allow you to crack out all the best moves on the dancefloor at the end of the night.

For him

Whether you’re a groomsman, guest, father of the bride or the groom himself, a well-fitted suit is crucial to the big day. To keep you looking sharp, Clements and Church offers custom-made suiting, using only the finest internationally-sourced materials to ensure a perfect fit and unique look for any occasion. Located just off Colmore Row on Church Street, you’ll be able to create your very own outfit from head to toe, including shirts, suits, ties and footwear – all tailored exactly to your needs. To find out more or book your appointment now, click here. 

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