Champagne Color Dress To Wedding

Champagne Color Dress To Wedding

When you find yourself rummaging through the inventory inside of your closet, trying to pick out the perfect dress to wear to an upcoming wedding on your calendar, take note that there are a handful of colors you should avoid so that you don't get mistaken for the bride, a bridesmaid, or even just a guest that stumbled into the wrong party. So go ahead, lay out all of your options, and hang back up any dresses that are one of these four colors.1. Let's Start With the ObviousItching to wear a gorgeous white dress you just purchased? Put it back in your closet ASAP. While it may sound like the number one wedding-guest faux pas that everyone should know, some people forget it or ignore the rule and show up in a pearly white dress.2. A Color Close to WhiteOff-white, beige, champagne, cream, or any other super light color that could be mistaken for white when the lights are dim and the people around you are toasting drink number three.See more: 5 Things Wedding Guests Do That Annoy Brides3. The Color the Bridesmaids Are WearingIf you're close with the bride, ask her for a heads up on what color the bridesmaid dresses are. That way, you won't look like you're trying to be a third-wheel to the wedding party by wearing a different style mint green dress than the other girls in the bridal party.4. Glitter, Glitter, Glitter EverywhereSave the sparkles for the bachelorette party or another Saturday night on the town. Avoid wearing anything too shimmering or distracting. All eyes should be on the bride and your disco ball looking dress may ruin her big moment to shine.Jen Glantz is a “Professional Bridesmaid” and the founder of Bridesmaid for Hire. She's the author of All My Friends Are Engaged and frequently wears old bridesmaid dresses to the grocery store and on first dates.
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Champagne Color Dress To Wedding

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Champagne Color Dress To Wedding

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Champagne Color Dress To Wedding

If there’s one way not to dress at a wedding, it’s wearing white (or ivory or champagne, for that matter). While not all brides are wearing white these days, it’s better to be safe than sorry. “Don’t take any chances wearing a white dress (no matter how casual it is), unless the bride specifically asks guests to wear white,” says Ivy Jacobson, an assistant editor at The Knot. “Save it for another fabulous summer party!”
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Champagne Color Dress To Wedding

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Champagne Color Dress To Wedding

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Champagne Color Dress To Wedding

You’ve marked the date on your calendar, booked a room at the recommended hotel, and made your travel plans, but did you notice where the wedding is going to be? I’m not talking about the city, but the actual venue. Paying attention to these details should hopefully answer any questions about what you should wear. “Look to the invitation for clues like ‘semi-formal,’ ‘beach chic,’ or ‘black tie,’ but read between the lines,” says Lauren Kay, The Knot’s style editor. “If the ceremony is at a church, you’ll need a pashmina to tone down your barely-there backless dress. If you’re still stumped, ask yourself this: If you met anyone tonight—your grandmother’s second cousin, the man of your dreams, a future employer—would you want to be wearing that dress?” I think the last part of this tip is good advice whether you’re at a wedding or not. It’s a small world, after all.
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Champagne Color Dress To Wedding

This next tip comes from Jamie Miles, The Knot’s assistant managing editor. She emphasizes some of the earlier points and reminds us that there are going to be a ton of pictures taken during the night — either by a professional photographer or via guests’ smartphones — so it’s important to dress appropriately. Let the bride stand out in her wedding photos. “If you’re attending a black-tie wedding, it’s particularly important to go long and whatever you do, don’t wear a super short, leggy cocktail dress,” she says. “You don’t want to steal attention from the bride, or show too much skin in the formal photos.”
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If you're close with the bride, ask her for a heads up on what color the bridesmaid dresses are. That way, you won't look like you're trying to be a third-wheel to the wedding party by wearing a different style mint green dress than the other girls in the bridal party.
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There’ll be plenty of opportunities to wear flip-flops and cutoffs this summer, but a wedding is not one of them. “If the invite wording says the dress code is ‘casual,’ that still means absolutely no jeans, shorts, or tank tops,” says Samantha Roberts, The Knot’s assistant editor. “Think a summer sundress or a pair of nice pants and blouse!”
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Showing too much skin is another faux pas at weddings. Despite how awesome you look and however many hours you’ve spent toning and tanning, the bride is going to want all eyes on her. That being said, it’s OK to accentuate your favorite asset. ” can have one sexy element like a plunging neckline, short hemline, cutout, low back, or a body con fit, but no more than one,” says Simone Hill, assistant editor at The Knot. “It’s a different story if you’re hitting the club, but a wedding is not the club, no matter how low you’re planning to get on the dance floor.”

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