Match made in heaven

The invitation's here - but what to wear? Whatever the dress code, we have you covered with a handpicked edit of beautiful styles, perfect for toasting, dancing and catching the bouquet in

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Cocktail Attire

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The clue is in the name: a chic cocktail dress is perfect for an event like this. Slightly less formal than Black Tie but still an evening affair, make your mark with interesting cuts and pair with playful jewellery.

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Casual

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The bride and groom are dressing down, so you can too. As it's often a daytime affair, go for a flowing, bright-coloured sundress or a pair of linen trousers with a patterned button-down shirt and a natural hair/makeup look.

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Black Tie

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You wouldn't want to upstage the bride, but there's no rule about winning best dressed guest. Make a dramatic entrance in a show-stopping gown, with intricate detailing and an opulent silhouette.

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Smart Casual

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Smart casual can be an invitation minefield, because no one knows exactly what it entails. We would air on the side of smart, and use this as an excuse to wear that chic dress, or those cigarette trousers, you wouldn't wear every day.


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