Post # 1
So FH and I are going to a wedding tonight. Ceremony starts at 5 (on the evening before Easter, in a town that empties on Easter weekend, way to plan guys) and there has been no guidance on what to wear, aside from the fact that a small swing band will be there (so something I can dance in)
I just got a new dress in the mail that would work well with our obscene 93 degree weather but an unsure if it would work for the wedding. I haven’t had a chance to take in the straps so a cardigan is necessary.
(and I wouldn’t be wearing my glasses, and would actually do something with my hair, the pictures were a couple days ago)
(and I still can’t upload to WB yet, so have to use photobucket- lovely right?)
Post # 3
I think thats fine…its cute 🙂
Post # 4
I can’t really tell what color it is? beige?
Post # 5
@julies1949: They say “natural” but it’s like a khaki linen
Post # 6
It’s cute. Doesn’t seem much like an evening wedding guest attire though. What type of fabric/weight is the dress? The type of fabric can set kind of a vibe to the dress. For example, shinier fabrics work for the evening/parties/club/etc. Cottons, iinens, wool seem more appropriate for daytime/work/casual/weekend/etc.
I tend to live by the old idea that it is better to be a bit overdressed than underdressed for an event.
Post # 7
As long as the wedding isn’t black tie I think it’s fine.
Post # 8
I would probably wear a different pair of shoes. Sandals, maybe?
Post # 9
I’m assuming you live in a college town… based on Central Texas and “town that empties”….
Post # 10
I added two more dresses to the album-A bubble skirted print, a little on the short side
A black pencil skirted with white and red flowers (planning on wearing this to a wedding next month in the same social circle)
@SFreeman2187: Yup, the bride and groom went here for undergrad, graduated last year with most of their friends but still decided to have the wedding here despite both living in California
Post # 11
Luv the new dress. Color is always great for a wedding. I’ve been to too many weddings where everyone is wearing black and white and its dreary. Even to black tie, I’ve worn colored dresses.
Just accessorize. Nice shawl. Cute shoes and jewelry.
Hope this Helps!!!!
Post # 12
wear the one with the pink cardigan to a less formal wedding. CUTE! wear the pencil skirt to a black tie or more formal wedding. I am not sure about the bubble dress…
Post # 13
@Knubbsy-Wubbsy: The black with the flowers seems like it would be great for an evening wedding! Love the bubble dress, but don’t know if that would work for evening wedding.
Post # 14
The dress/cardigan is ok, but it looks more like office wear than wedding wear. The shoes are a little too “heavy” looking and dark for it. Wear cute gold heeled sandals, add some cute jewelry, and it’d be much more wedding appropriate.
Post # 15
My fav is the black and white. I think it looks classic and very flattering.
Not a fan of the new one just because it looks more like a businss casual outfit then something i would wear to a wedding. but I agree, if the wedding isn’t very formal, then its ok.
Not a huge fan of the green bubble. just don’t personally love the pattern. but there’s nothing actually wrong with it.
Post # 16
I think the green one is the most flattering to your figure!