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Wedding Guest Outfit Ideas For Spring

by Adam Fletcher, Copywriter

Let’s face it, who doesn’t love receiving early-spring wedding invites from loved-up friends or family members? Not only a moment to indulge in the free food, but it’s also an excuse to treat yourself to the standout pieces that have been sitting on your wishlist all winter long. That conversation-starting dress, those strappy heels, the accessories that give your style that extra, ‘ooooh, you look great’ factor…they’re all ready to be *added to bag*.

But, we understand that preparing your wardrobe for this event could feel like a bittersweet blessing: it can be a super-tricky task. Your head might be bursting with the following questions, ‘Is there a theme to follow? Should I coordinate with my partner or plus-one? Do I…dare to wear white?’ Well, while we might not be able to answer all of the above, we can take some of the stress out of shopping for your new look with a little inspiration from your favourite celebrities. Whether it’s Jourdan Dunn’s standout sequin dress, Bella Hadid’s serving of satin, or the return of the colourful two-piece suit, here are the 13 looks that we’re saying a big ‘I do’ to for this year’s slew of spring weddings. It's a nice day for a white wedding.

1. Gigi Hadid Says Go Tonal

For Gigi Hadid, wedding outfits are never boring. Here, she gives her look a re-spin with a head-to-toe tonal look.

2. Devon Windsor Loves Lace

Lace. Devon Windsor proves that nothing says ‘wedding guest-ready’ like this pretty fabric. Extra points for wearing a vivid fuchsia tone.

3. Zoe Kravitz Doubles Up On Spots

It’s the print that keeps on giving: polka dots. This year, make like our favourite fashion muse, Zoe Kravitz, and match different-sized spots.

4. Aimee Song Looks Pretty In Pink

Soft shades and pastel palettes are the easiest way to channel a look fit for the chapel. Fact. Add aviator sunglasses and square-toe shoes.

5. Toni Garrn Adopts Bow Prints

When ordinary won’t do, count on prints with a difference – bows. Toni Garrn cordially invites us to say ‘yes’ to strappy heels and a clutch, too.

6. Victoria Magrath Tries A Two-Piece

Not all wedding looks need to involve dresses. Victoria Magrath’s blue suit and roll-neck combination is the perfect fashion alternative.

7. Solange Knowles Wears All-White

Wearing all-white might feel like a wedding taboo. But, thanks to a high neck and sleeves, Solange’s dress looks more trending and less ‘trying-to-outshine-the-bride’.

8. Diane Kruger Thinks Pink

…and frills. Diana Kruger shows us that sometimes it’s the simplest dresses that make the biggest style impact. Long live the pink midi dress.

9. Iskra Arabella In New Neutrals

Laid-back tones are too good to be saved for the warmer weather. With mock-croc accessories and relaxed silhouettes, neutral tones feel ‘now’.

10. Frida Aasen Finds Florals Appealing

Blooms, but not as you’ve known them before. Frills, ruffles and lace-detail hems are updating the floral prints we know and love. Wear to every event.

11. Bella Hadid Braves All-Black

Black tie dress code, no problem. Meet Bella Hadid’s satin midi dress: finished with a side-split detail, halter neck design and textured accessories.

12. Sofía Vergara In Must-Have Monochrome

Shimmering squares, diamante details, and trending tulle… Anyone looking for a black-and-white dress with a difference should turn their attention to Sofía Vergara.

13. Jourdan Dunn Turns Heads In Sequins

It’s been a fashion favourite all winter long – and, we’re taking sequins into our early-spring wedding wardrobes, too. After all, it’s the details that count.