What to Wear to Every Kind of Fall Wedding
Summer might be winding down, but that doesn't mean wedding season is over — far from it, in fact. (October is the new June, after all.) No, you likely have a schedule packed with Fall fetes, not to mention a closet full of Summer party dresses that need a rest. If your goal is to make it through a new slew of nuptials in season-appropriate style, we've got you covered. Ahead, we've shopped out an assortment of dresses in luxe fabrics and rich colors and prints for every budget; so whether you're headed to a ballroom or a barn, your wedding guest look will be perfectly on point.
Who says tulle is only for the bride? This French Connection Valentin Sheer Jersey Off-Shoulder Midi Dress ($248) is floaty, flirty, and totally festive.
For less formal fetes, this Michael Michael Kors Cutout Stretch-Knit Dress ($175) is comfy to wear and effortlessly stylish. Just add gold accessories for extra polish.
Red is the MVP color of the upcoming season, and in this C/MEO Collective Strapless Making Waves Dress ($285), you'll for sure be in the running for best dressed guest.
Classic black gets the textured treatment on this Rebecca Vallance Pulitzer Cutout Plissé-Lace Dress ($480).
You won't be able to resist twirling in this tiered Free People Beverly Color Block Maxi Dress ($300).
A bright color-blocked sheath like this Staud Enzo Two-Tone Shantung Dress ($315) packs just the right amount of punch.
Can't decide between floral, lace, velvet, or frills? Don't. This Rebecca Taylor Floral Jacquard & Velvet Dress ($895) has a little bit of each without looking over the top.
Red, ruffly, and bra friendly? Yes, please. This Eloquii Ruffle Detail Fit and Flare Dress ($105) has got it all.
If anyone knows the wedding game, it's Vera Wang. Try an option from her diffusion line, like this White by Vera Wang Charmeuse and Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress With Ruffle ($200), for chic formal looks that won't drain your bank account.