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DO NOT wear stilettos lest you plan to keep off the grass.
Garden weddings are beautiful. That is, until you not-so-gracefully get your pristine leather stiletto heel wedged firmly in three inches of mucky mud. Quelle horreur! We won't chastise you on how bad of a decision it was to wear those in the first
Everyone looked majestic.
It's no secret that we adore Princess Eugenie's demure-yet-minimalist wedding gown, and we love that all her guests were just as chic! Below, some of the looks we liked most—from floral frocks to sleek suits to fascinating fascinators.Cara DelevingneKate MossNick Candy and
See what Marian Rivera, Jinkee Pacquiao, and other stylish attendees wore.
It's a tutu for adults!
When it comes to weddings, it's not just the bridesmaids who are often subjected to ill-fitting dresses. More often than not, even the sponsors and godparents are given frocks that age them. So if you're lucky enough to be given freedom to
Trust us, you can be chic without upstaging the bride.
Summer weddings are just so special. You can have the wedding or reception outdoors without worrying about the rain that may ruin the day, all whilst managing to incorporate summer activities for your family and friends. But when you're a guest attending,
We see right through her style.
An unspoken rule about being a wedding guest is that you shouldn't dress to outshine the bride. And to that, we agree. This doesn't mean, however, that you can't look your best and also turn heads in the process. You can show
That is, when they’re not part of the entourage.
We often ask ourselves when dressing for a wedding, how exactly does one look fab without outshining the bride? It’s every stylish guest’s dilemma. But today, worry no more, because we're about to learn from the stars themselves. Who else could teach us
Here's how you can look your prettiest without upstaging the bride.
Even when we’re not the bride, we do get slightly stressed in finding an outfit appropriate for someone else’s altar date. First, you think of the location. Is it a destination wedding? Will you have to pack? Then you consider the theme.