Top 10 Dresses To Wear To The Royal Wedding

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I’m sure most of you have heard about the Royal Wedding of Willlam and Kate, most of us aren’t invited but will be tuning in to watch it on television. Personally I mostly excited about what people will be wearing instead of the wedding itself. People will be pulling out all stops so be sure to watch it. For most of the country who aren’t invited they will probably be parties near where you live. So far I’ve heard of street parties etc. So today I’m going to be showing the top 10 outfits/trends for the Royal Wedding.

1. Bright Coloured Dresses

As we all know colour blocking is one of this season’s biggest trends so you can work this one whether you’re going to the wedding or a wedding party. Don’t be scared to mix different colours together, or if you’re not very daring then just try two bright colours.

Colour block

Green & Yellow dresses by Karen Millen
Red dress by Halston
Teal dress by Moschino Cheap and Chic
Clutches by Karen Millen

2.  Maxi Dresses

Maxi dresses are always perfect for summer and hot days, and the wedding day is set to be a hot day so one of these would be perfect. Be sure to choose one that is tight at the waist as it shows off a great figure. A nice cuff- bracelet would give that perfect grecian Goddess look.

Pale Pink by Malene Birger
Blue dress by Roksanda Ilincic
Two tone dress by Malene Birger
Orange dress by Bally

3.  Draped Dresses

Draped dresses are always great for events like weddings and parties so take your pick of one of these draped beauties. These are especially great for those who like me aren’t very gifted in the  height area so are a bit wary of wearing maxi’s. Short dresses with the right shoes will give the effect of long legs. To keep it simple just add a cuff bracelet and no other jewellery. NOTE: get the right fit as some may make you look frumpy.

Nude dress by Cerruti Ottoman
Cream dress by Dorothy Perkins
Camel/ pale pink by Debenhams
Green dress by Reiss
Cuff by Ernest Jones
Cuff by Lanvin
Cuff by Miss Selfridge
Cuff by DanniJo

4.  Printed Dresses

Prints are a nice way of brighting up your outfit without wearing a lot of things. But we have to be careful with prints so we don’t end up looking like we dressed in the dark. Keep the accessories simple and theres no need for jewellery.

Green dress by Boohoo
Yellow Dress by Moschino
Black and orange by Oasis
Strip clutch by Etro
Leopard clutch by Felix Rey

5.  White Dresses

White is a very risky colour to wear to a wedding as its normally the bride only who wears this colour. However as its a big trend this season you can wear it but with a minimalistic attitude instead of a bridal one. This is mostly good for those who don’t like to make a fuss with what they wear.

Shirt by Thomas Pink
Long sleeve dress by Miss Selfridge
Crochet dress by Coast
Frill detail dress by Thakoon
Pearl clutch by Coast
Detail clutch by Warehouse

6.  Striped Dresses

Stripes don’t always mean nautical ,que Prada ss11, so they would be a good trend to work for the celebrations. It doesn’t only have to be horizontal or vertical stripes.

Green and blue dress by Karen Millen
Maxi by Dorothy Perkins
Graphic strips by Diane Von Furstenburg
Random strips by Diane Von Furstenburg

7.  Neon Dresses

Neon  is usually seen as a tacky thing but designers have turned it classy this season so you can wear these colours without looking like you’re going to a 90s rave. Or if you don’t wanna over do it then just add a neon accessory.

Print and yellow by Christopher Kane
Print and pink by Christopher Kane
White and yellow by Matches
Three-tone by Miu miu
Scarf by Theodora
Shoes by Jimmy Choo
Cuff by Bottega Veneta

8.  Silhouette  Dresses

Simple silhouette. No fuss=Chic

Black dress by Mcqueen
Black and Nude dress by Philip Lim
Navy and beige dress by Liberty
Beige clutch by YSL
Pale pink and Blact clutch by Victoria Beckham
White and pink clutch by Dorothy Perkins

9.  Polka Dots

Polka dots are a cute print to wear. Mix different colours together or with other prints for maximum chic effect.

Orange dress by New look
White and camel by Peacocks
Black and white dress by Rare
Black clutch by Stella Mccartney
Brown and neon by Marni
Black and white clutch by Comme des garcons

10.  Pastel Colours

Pastel colours are always perfect for any event and add a feminine touch to any outfit. These dresses are also brought in at the waist so they give you a good figure.

Coral dress by Dorothy Perkins
Mint dress by Dorothy Perkins
Lilac dress by Tibi
Snake clutch by Topshop
Orange &pink clutch by Marc Jacobs
Blush clutch by Chloe

..I know most like me which it was them getting married to a prince but lets remember girls there’s still another unwed prince left so lets wish the couple a lifetime of happiness.

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