Best Wedding Guest Dresses for Summer 2016

Wedding Season is well under way. And that means it’s time to up your wedding-guest-ing game with the perfect dress – and that comes with a lot of stipulations. Don’t go too short. Don’t go too flashy. And please, please don’t wear white (ecru, eggshell, or cream!) Here are 20 perfect dresses for any number of Summer weddings already popping up on your calendar. From the casual backyard wedding to your fanciest black-tie nuptials, these are the best wedding guest dresses for Summer 2016 (as modeled by some of my favorite fashion bloggers).

Two-Pieces

If you love wearing dresses but looking for something different but still feminine, a two piece set is a great alternative.

 

 

Rompin’ Around

Rompers and jumpsuits are a trendy alternative to a pretty party dress.  There are loads of more dressy occasion jumpsuits to choose from at the moment.  Honestly, you don’t need to be 6ft something to pull one off, (that’s what high heels were made for) because there really is something suitable for most shapes and sizes.

 

Killin’ it in Cobalt

This has been the “color of season” in my book for a while now. But I am seeing a lot of great cobalt blue dresses that are perfect for the Summer wedding season.

 

 

Maxi-mum Style

Maxi dresses are flowy and romantic- perfect for a beach wedding. Just make sure it doesn’t look like a swimsuit coverup. An added bonus- with the right length, maxi dresses allow you to wear flats!

 

 

Not so Mellow Yellow

Bright and radiant like the sun, yellow is a fabulous color for Summer wedding season. Plus, it’s flattering on almost every skin tone.

 

 

Lace

Lace detailing in a bright hue are the makings for a celebratory staple for any wardrobe.

 

 

Flower Power

Floral patterns are quintessential Spring/ Summer attire. They’re sweet and feminine. So why not wear them for a garden wedding or afternoon soiree?

 

 

Amy Johnson

is UDR’s budding social media guru, and has been instrumental in constructing the brand’s content strategy. After graduating from University of Colorado- Boulder, she started working for UDR as a marketing intern. When she isn’t perusing the web for the perfect pins and Facebook posts, she can be found hiking somewhere with her dog Rory.

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