A beautiful black striped ball gown is the center of this black tie wedding guest outfit.
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Dress: Badgley Mischka Neutral Stripe Gown from Rent the Runway ( you might also like the shorter version of this print the Black and Blush Stroke dress from Rent the Runway| Earrings: 'Belleville' Earrings'by Lulu Frost from Rent the Runway | Bracelet: Blush Blocks Bracelet by RJ Graziano from Rent the Runway |Ring: 'Glossy Petals' Ring by kate spade new york from Rent the Runway | Clutch: 'Pink Dust Soiree' Shimmer Clutch by Diane von Furstenburg at Rent the Runway | Sandals: 'Onia' Sandals by Charles David from Nordstrom | Nail Polish : butter LONDON Polish in 'Splash Out' from Nordstrom |
This gorgeous Badgley Mischka Neutral Stripe Gown black and neutral striped gown is a great way to wear black to a wedding for the spring and summer months, and still look festive! The best part of this ball gown style is that it has two of my favorite elements: stripes and pockets! You can rent this designer gown from Rent the Runway, (or if you want to own it, it's now at Nordstrom.) The beautiful pattern of the blush, neutral, pale gray and gold striped skirt softens the look and makes it both elegant with a touch of whimsy. The modern stripes keeps the black top from being too somber, but thanks to the length and cut, the look is still formal.
How to Accessorize a Black Striped Dress
There are also so many beautiful neutral colors to pick up in the skirt and amplify with accessories. I chose to highlight some of the blush and gold elements, but one could pick accessorize with any of the other colors as well. If you like stripes, gown has our wholehearted recommendation for a formal or semi formal spring or summer wedding or event!
The pattern dress is in a short style, too! Black and Blush Stroke by Carmen Marc Valvo from Rent the Runway
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