Wedding Guest Faux Pas: 4 Fatal Fashion Mistakes

It’s meant to be the biggest day of someone’s life – so to say that weddings are a pretty important event when it comes to fashion would be an understatement. Unless you happen to fall into the A-list category, it’s rare for the Average Joe to have cameras flashing in their face from all directions. However, the wedding provides this opportunity – and is why you need to dress to impress.

As you may have gathered by now, this is where today’s article steps in. We will now mull over four terrible fashion mistakes that are commonly made for weddings, so you don’t fall into the traps.

This isn’t a funeral, black is out of the question

Unless you are attending quite a niche wedding, where the dress code is probably stipulated on the invitation, don’t under any circumstances turn to black. Sure, it’s fine in moderation, but dressing from head-to-toe in this color is out of the question. This is associated with funerals, and you will stand out like a sore thumb.

Instead, opt for more vibrant colors. Take a look at for some inspiration.

Take advantage of the moment – wear headgear

There are few moments in life where the typical person gets the chance to wear a hat, but a wedding is one of these. As such, take full advantage of it.

Of course, this suggestion tends to be targeted towards females, where hat choices tend to be a lot more varied. Even if you don’t see yourself as a “hat person”, at least consider something like headbands or something else to make your head stand out a little more. After all, most others in the crowd will have realized the opportunity and will be basking in the fact that they can now don a hat.

Take the whole day into account

As pretty much everyone will testify, a wedding isn’t a short event. From the ceremony to the conclusion of the evening event, it lasts for hours upon hours. This means that you have to factor in all sorts of different temperatures.

Sure, your outfit might be perfect for the midday sun. However, as evening arrives, you might need a lot more than a dress to keep warm. Always take this into account, and make sure that your outfit is going to match with the coat of your choice.

It pays to do a bit of research

While you might be your own woman or man for that matter, it can pay to research what other guests are wearing. After all, while you do want to stand out, you don’t want to stand out for all of the wrong reasons.

You don’t want to be wearing something that completely contrasts with everyone there, nor do you want to be wearing the same garments as other people who are attending. Ask a few questions beforehand to ensure that you don’t run into any of these problems.

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