What to Wear to a 2015 Spring Wedding
This pretty pink dress is the perfect thing to wear to 2015 spring weddings. More dress ideas and details about the flower that inspired this look!
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Dress: Pink Tulip Dress by Christian Siriano from Rent the Runway | Earrings: Echo Ear Jackets from BaubleBar | Necklace: Blooming Bud Necklace by Lele Sadoughi at Rent the Runway | Lipstick: Yves Saint Laurent ‘Rouge Volupté Shine’ Lipstick | Clutch: Franchi Aidan Stud Two-Tone Evening Clutch Bag, Blush/Fuchsia | Bracelet: Full Spectrum Bracelet from J.Crew | Shoes: Topshop ‘Ruby’ Snake Embossed Ankle Strap Sandal from Nordstrom
The recent blooms of peonies in my garden inspired me to create this look! I was looking at those fleeting flowers and thinking of how they always appear ( and quickly disappear!) this week in June. I wanted a more lasting way to echo to that vibrant pink and full tufts of petals, and I came across this perfect peony-like dress. The oversized skirt and subtle high-low hemline remind me so much of those fluffy flowers! To offset the volume, the dress maintains a wearable silhouette from its fitted waistline and beautifully shaped neckline. This dress is actually called the ‘Pink Tulip’ Dress at Rent the Runway , but I stand by my peony association. A dress like this is the perfect cocktail attire that works for semi-formal spring and summer weddings.
Of course, this isn’t my only idea for what to wear to Spring 2015 weddings. These posts on what to wear to an April wedding, what to wear to a May wedding, this latest maxi dress for a wedding guest style, and the dress shop section full of current wedding guest dresses are all full of current ideas! And keep coming back for more wedding guest ideas – I’m here to help you get dressed for wedding season!
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