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10 Dreamy Dresses Made For Hot Miami Weddings

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    If your summer looks anything like the majority of America's, you've got an awful lot of weddings to attend in the next few months. Dressing for a summer wedding is tricky enough, what with trying to find the right blend of attire and heat-appropriate garb, plus negotiating the season's dramatic hemlines. But doing it in Miami's wet heat is a flat-out challenge.

    So, to keep your myriad of summer nuptials as stress-free as possible, we've rounded up 10 amazing, breathable, hot-weather-ready dresses that'll take second place only to the bride.

    A couple of rules: No sleeves (for sweat purposes), light silk or cotton blends only (also for sweat purposes), and no heavy material or layers (yup, sweat purposes.) Try to keep hemlines no more than three inches above the knee, and make up for cotton casuals with a beautiful print or lovely necklace. Of course, we don't need to tell you that. For a Miami wedding, your best accessory is a fan!

    Click through to get some hot (but totally cool) dresses perfect for a Miami wedding!

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