1 Dress, 4 Outfits To Consider For Your Next Wedding Invite

Ah, wedding season — it's here, and in full throttle. Big parties celebrating love are fun, there's no doubt about that. What isn't fun, however, is figuring out what to wear to every last one when you've got a fête every weekend. But with a little planning, you can make just one very special dress work for all the beach weddings, day weddings, cocktail-attire weddings, and black-tie weddings on your calendar. The key is finding a simple dress that's long enough to wear for fancy events, too. Our pick? A mid-length navy number from Front Row Shop that's streamlined for a laid-back affair but that can be dressed up as well. Take a peek at the outfit ideas ahead, and minimize those sartorial stress levels. Now bring on the invites, people!
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For A Daytime Wedding

Light, neutral-toned accents are your best friend when it comes to daytime weddings. Try a waistcoat to dress down your look, but keep it polished. Go simple with jewelry, and add a pretty hat for a final daytime touch.
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For A Cocktail-Attire Wedding

For this type of shindig, you'll need your accessories to do the work. Pack a punch with statement jewelry that's noticeable, but not too loud. You'll need an elegant heel, but since this isn't black tie, go for something chunky (and more danceable!).
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For A Beach Wedding

If you're at the beach for a wedding, first things first — you'll need sunnies (to shield both the sun and your tears). Chances are you'll take your shoes off once on the beach, so grab a sandal that slips on and off with no hassle. A clutch with a shoulder strap will be super-helpful once you're all up in that sand, too.
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For A Black-Tie Wedding

Last but not least are those particularly confusing black-tie weddings. While the ideal length is long, a midi hemline will do the trick, especially when the dress is a dark color. While choosing the right dress is important, the key pieces to solving the black-tie puzzle are really fancy, luxe accessories. Go for a big earring, and throw on some pretty rings for an elegantly understated look.
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