Hey guys, I’m beyond excited for today’s post because I’ve partnered up with ModCloth, a brand that’s all about fun, expressive and unique clothing & accessories. Founded by high school sweethearts Susan Gregg Koger and Eric Koger, their motto is “fashion is for every body.”
I abso-freaking-lutely love that because I’m all about the Body Positive Movement. All shapes and sizes are beautiful, and I think people need to hear that more often. Especially since the media glorifies the “ideal figure,” and let’s be real, there’s no such thing. Their clothing’s available in a full range of sizes, and they carry a huge selection of designs from hundreds of independent designers.
Now, onto our main topic of the day: beautiful wedding guest attire. There really are no rules, just remember to avoid white…unless you want to seriously piss off the bride. She should be the only one wearing white in the entire room, but that’s a no-brainer.
Obviously, you can wear an outfit with white accents or accessories, but remember that she’s the star of the show, and you do not want to steal her thunder. Go for understated colors and jewelry to keep things stylish yet tasteful.
I centered my wedding guest outfit around ModCloth’s “Promise to Astonish” dress. This navy blue A-line is seriously everything. The lace overlay is super cute, and the surplice neckline shows just the right amount of skin.
Although it’s super hot, I wanted to cover my shoulders a bit so I threw on a nude cardigan on top. I accessorized with a layered gold necklace and carried a clutch to match! To finish off my look, I wore my favorite beige round-toe heels to elongate my legs.
For those of you wondering, I’m wearing a size small here, and it fits me quite nicely! However, I typically wear XS-S. If you’re a solid XS, this may be a bit big for you, but no worries, I’ll make sure to link other cute options for you below – simply get your scroll on to browse.