Tea Length or Midi Length Dresses for Weddings
Can’t decide between short or long dress lengths? Well, you’re in luck; demure tea-length dresses and midi-length dresses are making a big comeback!
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Tea Length Dresses
There were a few years where tea-length dresses were very hard to find, but they are back in style now, along with many choices in the midi-length that comes in flattering shapes to make the traditional below-the-knee and mid-calf hem a more balanced and wearable silhouette. The tea-length dress has always been a classic that calls to mind styling of Dior and wearers like Audrey Hepburn. Pretty new prints and styles make these dresses great picks for a wedding guest or for mothers-of-the-wedding. In fact, when helping a friend with attire for her wedding in Italy, I learned that in some church settings, knee-coverage is required, making a midi dress or longer a requirement for both guests and attendants!
I’ve styled this Adrianna Papell dress with a mother-of-the-bride in mind, and choose gold accessories to pick up on the pretty gold touches in the free-form floral patterning. Below are some more picks for tea length and midi length dresses for wedding events.
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