How To Make 6 Really Nice Wedding Guest Outfits Out Of 9 Things From Asos, Zara and H&M For The Bazillion Weddings You’re Going To This Summer
The Debrief: Drink, laugh, dance, cry. Repeat.
At first, friends getting married seems like a fun idea. And a good excuse for a party, amirite? Nope, actually, I am wrong, because suddenly they’re all happening at once and the same people are at all of them so you need, like, a million outfits, or at least 6. Luckily, TA-DA! Here are 6 outfits. A capsule wedding-guest wardrobe, if you will.
There are 9 things, and none of the things costs more than £40, and you only have to go to 3 shops to get them, and you only have to find 3 things in each of the 3 shops, so it won’t take all day. You can buy 1, or 2, or all 6 outfits – though it would cost you £268.94, so only do it if there is literally no end to the weddings in sight and you don’t want to be panic buying horrible overpriced things the day before any of them. After all the weddings are done, you can wear all of these things again because they’re actually nice, normal things – no fascinators or satin court shoes or bolero jackets here - and just pair them with jeans or jumpers or trainers or whatever instead.
Did I already say ta-da? Oh, to hell with it. TA-DA!
1. Top in Lace Jersey, £17.99 H&M; 2. Tubular Strappy High Heeled Shoes, £29.99, Zara; 3. Pleated Midi Skirt In Polka Dot, £35, ASOS; 4. Platform Sandals, £39.99, H&M; 5. Long Crossover Dress, £39.99, Zara 6. Shell Clutch Bag, £28, ASOS; 6. Textured Floral Tapered Trouser Co-ord, £40, ASOS; 7. Twisted Effect Earrings, £12.99, Zara 8. Off-the-shoulder Lace Top, £24.99, H&M
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