Have you got an upcoming summer wedding to attend? Us too – and if experience tells us anything, it will likely be a two-day affair. Here we look at 16 outfits for a wedding’s Day Two…
Just what you needed: another wedding-related outfit to purchase.
As nuptials are now spanning to two (and even three) day affairs, your ‘wedding guest wardrobe’ is likely taking on a life of its own. Whether it’s a farewell brunch or a boozy BBQ, most invites are now coming with multiple occasions in one; and while ‘day two’ is usually a more casual affair, the onus is still on us to put a stylish foot forward.
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As Googling “what to wear when hungover and you need to impress distant relatives” probably won’t return the search results you need, we’ve scoured the web to find the very best outfits perfect for the day-after-the-big-day.
From chic culottes and suits (which can be styled differently for future weddings down the line) to slinky slips, here are some stylish outfits that’ll make people forget it was you doing barefoot air guitar on the dancefloor ’til 3 am last night.
Fluted Hem Culottes, €41.48 from ASOS.com
Floral Print Crepe Wrap Dress by Alexa Chung, €192 from MatchesFashion.com
Midi Dress, €295 from Maje.com
Woven Midi Dress by Kain, €127 from TheOutnet.com
Call Me Mini Dress by Keepsake, €186 from Revolve.com
Emmie Dress, €193 from TheReformation.com
Belted Plisse Midi Dress by Ganni, €200 from NetAPorter.com
Drop Hem Midi Dress by Fashion Union, €52.54 from ASOS.com
Riviera Halterneck Dress, €75 from CocoBoutique.ie
Cowl Neck Slip Dress by Fleur Du Mal, €258.85 from Frwd.com
Corset Mini Dress by Zimmermann, €860 from BrownThomas.com
Asymmetric Top (€39.95) and Straight Trousers (€49.95) from Zara.com
Intrigue Midi Dress, €176.14 from FashionBunker.com
Photo: Instagram @Reformation
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