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What to Wear to Fall Weddings

1 Comment 01 October 2012

Attention getting, overly trendy attire is usually out of place at weddings no matter what time of year. Fortunately, fall is the time when classic styles come back into fashion. Classic clothing is never inappropriate, and those attending fall nuptials have many quality styles to select from this season. The feeling this fall is classic with a quirky twist. For instance, if the wedding is black tie, the basic, classic little back dress can be replaced by one a similar style but in jewel tones such as ruby red or sapphire. Understated detailing will keep brightly colored dresses looking classy. For black-tie-optional weddings, cocktail length dresses work the best.

Casual weddings held outdoors during autumn afternoons call for less formal attire, but that doesn’t mean that attendees should simply pull something from the depths of their closet an throw it on. This is the perfect occasion to purchase a new dress from a quality retailer such as My Girl Dress. Because the dress will be something that can be worn to a variety of functions, it will be a good investment as well as a way to honor the bride and groom by buying something new especially for their occasion.

For weddings that are held in outdoor locations that may become chilly during the day, pairing a classic boiled wool jacket in a pastel color is a good choice for those who wish to remain warm. Because autumn weather changes quickly, those attending ceremonies during the late afternoon should plan for significant drops in temperature after the sun goes down.

Dressing for a wedding that calls for festive attire is flat out fun. Sparkly, fresh colored dresses in classic styles work best for these occasions. Glitter and shine sparingly used makes a glamorous statement without appearing garish. Provided the wearer has the coloring to pull it off, pale gold is one of the hot new colors this fall for celebratory attire.

The key to looking good at a fall wedding is to merge understatement with just enough glitz to provide a touch of heat. Heavier, top-quality fabrics call for classic cuts and fine-tuned detailing. Jewelry in earth tones such as amber and garnet work with autumn’s richer ambiance. Festive makeup can be applied with a slightly heavier touch beginning in the fall as well, with sparkly lips containing hints of glitter being a good way to set off a lovely face.


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  1. Pedro Franco says:

    Nice blog. Thanks for the useful tips that have been provided in this blog.

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