A pretty pale gray dress for a wedding with cap sleeves
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Dress: Dorian Wrap Dress in Silver Bells by Joanna August from Shopbop // Earrings: Nadri 'Josephine' Earrings from Nordstrom // Hairpins: Set of Two Silver Tone Crystal Hairpins from OpenSky // Bracelet: kate spade new york 'crystal clear' bracelet from Rent the Runway // Invitation: Overlapping Triangles Invitation from Minted // Clutch: Jessica McClintock Fold-Over Crystal Clutch // Sandals: High Heel Crisscross Sandal by BCBG MaxAzria
Softer neutral colors for weddings are still as popular as can be for this year's weddings. Shades of gray, cream, taupe, or tan give a whisper of color, blend with other neutrals and pastels, and give a polished, timeless look to a wedding party. If you're a lover of these subtle and elegant shades, and are seeking a neutral shade with cool undertones, I suggest a pretty gray like this dress!
Far from being colorless or washed out, gray is an refined backdrop for any of the other colors you might like to use in your wedding, Gray can be a natural partner to silver, platinum, and crystal for a monochromatic look, or a perfect foil to pastels.
This dress itself, the Dorian Wrap Dress by Joanna August is pretty special,too. I love the little fluttery cap sleeve and the flattering wrap style, which suits many shapes. Ethereal, angelic, and subtle elegance come to mind with this pretty pale gray dress.
For florals, one could pair pale gray this with a soft bouquet of greens, or a structured bouquet of pale pinks and cream, or lavender, combined with soft pale yellow flowers. For accessories, this dress can be garnished with crystal, diamond, and other sparkling accessories -- as seen here -- for a formal look, or one can bring out this dress's more relaxed style with informal pieces or nature-inspired accessories.
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