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ANYI'S TIPS: What to Wear to Six Different Weddings

Many of us have that one “go-to” dress we wear to every wedding (ourselves included), so we thought it was time to shake things up a bit. We’ve found some easy to wear dresses we love that work for different ceremony styles and paired them with the Gigi, one of our most iconic styles. We picked the Gigi because of its versatility, it can go traditional or very modern based on what its paired with, and its wearability, it’s comfortable enough to let you dance all night.

1–Traditional Church Wedding

Even though a church wedding can be conservative, doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with your look. This dress has covered shoulders and arms with a closed toe shoe which is requested for some religious ceremonies, but it is still playful with bold embroidery and bright pops of color. The Champagne Linen Gigi offsets the sheen of the dress beautifully while grounding the brilliant blue and gold with a neutral tone.

The dress is the Paige Metallic Embroidered Chiffon Shift Dress from Dress the Population. The purse is from Anthropologie. The bracelets are from MadeWell

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2–Beach Destination Wedding

A beach wedding calls for something a bit more relaxed and bohemian. This oversize print maxi dress is whimsical and lightweight so would move beautifully in an ocean breeze. The bright coral of the dress and shoes also would pop against the blue tones of the water and sky.

The dress is the Scarf Print Crepe de Chine Fit & Flare Maxi Dress from Eliza J. The earrings are from Ethical Clothing

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3–City Hall Wedding

 A city hall wedding calls for something a bit more casual but also appropriate to the occasion. This dress had a classic silhouette that works for a city office building, while the botanical pattern makes it feel festive. The dark blue patent Gigi picks up the flashes of cobalt in the dress.

 The dress is the Abstract Floral Print Tulle Mesh Dress from Fuzzi

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4–Country Club Wedding

Country Club weddings are usually semi-formal, so we chose a full length dress but in something light and romantic that’s softer than a black tie look. The Champagne Linen Gigi picks up the tone of the belt offsets the pleated chiffon with some shimmer. 

The dress is the Belted Print Chiffon Maxi Dress from Eliza J.

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5–Backyard Fete

 Obviously if a wedding is in a backyard, it’s going to be casual, but more like “anniversary dinner casual” than “popcorn and a movie” casual. This dress is just the right amount of chic without overdoing it. The bisque wave patent Gigi is leg lengthening and keeps the attention on the multi-colored frock. The teal clutch adds a fun pop of color.

The dress is the Tawnya Print Jersey Dress from BCBG Max Azria. The purse is from Baggu. The bracelets are from MadeWell

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6-Garden Wedding

Garden weddings have a very classic vibe, so a sweet floral fit and flare dress like this one is spot on. The black wave patent Gigi is reminiscent of 60’s era style, so is a perfect compliment to this silhouette.

The dress is the Floral Print Faille Fit & Flare Dress from Eliza J

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