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What To Wear To The 3 Kinds Of Weddings You’ll Be Invited To This Season

Love is in the air… Here’s how to look amazing at any kind of wedding.

Wedding season is here! If you’re struggling with what to wear as friends and family get hitched all around you, we’ve got you covered. In today’s age, many of the traditions and formalities often associated with weddings are becoming increasingly outdated. From non-conventional locations to alternatives to the traditional white dress, there are less stringent rules governing what you can and can’t wear to this formal affair. Of course, some rules still apply – like avoiding a white dress to not going casual. However, you needn’t break the bank to look on-point. From beach weddings, ballroom affairs to destination weddings, here are three looks that you can shop under AED 1 600 to get you ready for the big day.

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Beach weddings have grown in popularity over the last decade or so, as couples increasingly opt for a more relaxed and intimate affair. As such, these tend to be less formal events than their more-traditional counterparts. This will give you a little leeway in what to wear, allowing you to opt for something slightly more laid-back than is usual at a wedding. However, be warned that this does not mean casual goes. Opt for light colours, breezy fabrics and open-toe sandals and remember to check the weather forecast to prepare for all eventualities.

The look:
Splash Sustainability Floral Printed Sleeveless Maxi Dress with Round Neck
Salvatore Ferragamo jelly ballet flats
Nine West Caden cross-body bag

Sustainability Floral Printed Sleeveless Maxi Dress with Round Neck

aed 200 Splash

Jelly Ballet Flats

aed 1200 Salvatore Ferragamo

Caden Mini Double Zipper Closure Cross Body Bag ON SALE

aed 181 Nine West
aed279 35


Still one of the most popular types, the ballroom wedding is a very traditional affair, and guests will be expected to dress to the nines. If you want to break the mould while still looking the part, ditch the dress and go for trousers. With a traditional two-piece worn by a growing number of brides themselves, female guests are following suit (pun intended). Even model Cara Delevingne was snapped in a tuxedo and top hat at Prince Eugenie’s wedding last year. Following in her footsteps, here is a sharp, tailored, wedding-ready look.

The look:
Tesco navy two-piece 
Jigsaw white cotton shirt
Zara metallic leather shoes
Little Black Tux cummerbund
Little Black Tux bow tie
Outad sequins clutch

Navy 2 Piece Suit for Women ON SALE

aed 279.13 AliExpress
aed349 20

White Cotton Shirt

aed 332.60 Jigsaw

Metallic Leather High Heel Shoes

aed 299 Zara Collection

Black Cummerbund

aed 58.58 Little Black Tux

Silver Poly / Satin Bow Tie

aed 25.53 Little Black Tux

Sparkling Dazzling Sequins Clutch

aed 17.50 Outad


A stylish jumpsuit offers a great alternative to a dress if you’ve got a destination wedding coming up. Whether you’ll be beachside or on the grounds of a castle, this is a comfortable and versatile outfit that’s great no matter the weather.

The look:
Ella plissé layered jumpsuit
Asos Design Honeywell sandals
Whiting and Davis Hollywood clutch bag

Plisse Layered Jumpsuit

aed 149 Ella

Honeywell Block Heeled Sandals in Silver

aed 118.70 Asos Design

Hollywood Clutch Bag

aed 962.31 Whiting and Davis

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