Art Deco Evening Cocktail Reception Look
While I love this style, I will say that I'm a little on the fence about sequins at weddings for anyone other than the bride. After all, sequins inherently have that "look at me" quality, especially when their million little disks reflect the light, turning you into a human disco ball. Just like a guest choosing to wear a stark white dress, a tiara, a fire-engine red dress with a thigh-high slit, or jaw-dropping cleavage, some sequined numbers can be a wedding guest fashion faux pas, since they are so radiant that they draw the attention away from the bride.
However, because of the muted tone of this dress, the modest panel of sequins, the overall silhouette and the accessories , I see this as a bit of a vintage look, so this could be an appropriate option for a evening cocktail hour wedding and reception.I love the Art Deco necklace, which is a steal at $18; and the incredible Christian Louboutin heels, for which you may need to forgo paying rent for the month.
Whichever option you choose, at least you'll be echoing some late 1920s style, with the added benefit that prohibition is no longer in effect, so you can enjoy your cocktail hour without any hassles.