|Kate Moss at her wedding day. Photo via Fashion Gone Rogue|
Creating your perfect summer wedding look
We all love summer weddings, but in this popular season for nuptials, it can sometimes feel as though you’re continually hunting for a new fabulous outfit. If you’re getting ready for a union of your nearest and dearest, and are contemplating your wardrobe choices, you might be pleased to learn that isme sell the Berkertex brand, a great source of sophisticated and stylish occasion wear.
Shopping online can really take the stress out of wedding preparation, giving you the option of browsing a number of dresses at your leisure, rather than braving the hubbub and hassle of the high street.
Of course, the main thing to remember for a summer wedding is that cream – and especially white – dresses are out, if you want to avoid the nightmarish faux pas of accidentally upstaging the bride.
Almost all weddings will involve posing for lots of photos, which means that horizontal stripes are to be avoided if possible, as they have the tendency to broaden the figure – and can sometimes appear fuzzy in photographs, if the stripes are close together. Patterns, on the other hand, are perfectly fine – just make sure that the dress doesn’t look as though it’s wearing you, rather than the other way around.
As a general rule of thumb, it’s acceptable to wear black at a winter wedding, but the sombre colour may look out of place in spring or summer. If you’re really keen to wear black, however, then why not compromise by pairing a brightly coloured dress and a black blazer jacket? Just add chunky statement jewellery to tie the whole look together.
Finally, remember to match your handbag to the rest of your look, and make sure that it’s big enough to fit a few packs of tissues in case of tears, a sewing kit (notoriously useful at weddings) and a bottle of water. Sometimes summer weddings can involve long hours sunning yourself on stately lawns, so it’s important to stay hydrated. A larger bag will also give you somewhere to store your jacket or cardigan at the reception – so you can hit the dancefloor without hesitation!