Have you ever wondered if it was possible to wear non-color dresses for weddings? Well, today I am sharing with you a stylish way to wear a dark colored dress and still stand out and be the talk of the party with compliments rolling in.
As a big-time lover of colors as showcased in my style, I didn’t want to wear black, and so I substituted that for a navy blue dress instead which I think works perfectly as well for this post, and to be totally honest I actually got this dress this past winter, styled it a different way more appropriate for the weather but didn’t get a chance to post. which means you will see this dress again during the cold season.
For now, I am styling it for summer and as always I emphasize about versatility here and here, this dress is also the kind of piece I don’t regret investing in as it works for all season, which makes the cost per wear way more cheaper than the full price I paid for it.
Now some key factors when wearing dark color for weddings is to make sure you keep it fun, simple and lively. I suggest getting a dress that is formal and aligns with the occasion and wearing statement accessories like the pieces of jewelry, you can check out this post for some great ideas.
I especially love that the fabric of this dress is jacquard which is not widely seen, and I decided to accentuate my waist to show the A-line shape, with this jeweled belt. I didn’t want to make the entire look dark, as the clutch actually matches the dress dead on, so I went for colors in the earrings and the belt to still give the outfit some vibrancy.
//Dress// HM sold out, love this, similar
//Earrings// Zara sold out, similar here
//Shoes// Zara on sale now, similar here
//Clutch// Derek Lam, old love this here, here, here
//Sunglasses// Hugo Boss, old love this budget-friendly
As always thanks for stopping by and have an awesome week while staying STYLISH