Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Fall Wedding Guest Outfit Inspiration

Fall Wedding Guest Outfit Inspiration, green floral maxi skirt, obi belt, black lace blouse, leopard clutch
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Fall Wedding Guest Outfit Inspiration, green floral maxi skirt, obi belt, black lace blouse, leopard clutch
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Fall Wedding Guest Outfit Inspiration, green floral maxi skirt, obi belt, black lace blouse, leopard clutch

Fall Wedding Guest Outfit Inspiration, green floral maxi skirt, obi belt, black lace blouse, leopard clutch
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Ada's Fall Wedding Guest Collaborations have practically become tradition. I have been able to participate in them several times (here and here). Today I'm excited to be collaborating with her again. Although odds are slim any of us will be attending a wedding this fall or even this winter, it's still fun to move on past this Covid ridiculousness in some small way. I wanted to use things that I already had in my closet so I created a dressy fall look with a lace blouse and maxi skirt that has a moody dark floral print-perfect for fall. Both Claire and my hubby thought it was actually a maxi dress! The wrap belt disguises the elastic waist of the skirt and makes it all look like one piece. You can see how I wore this skirt for spring here and winter here

EMMA (Style Splash): "I've had this dress for years and never had the occasion to wear it. The fabric is light but the style provides plenty of coverage, making it ideal for fall. I've picked out the mustard in the snake print pattern with my shoes and bag, and highlighted the purple with my jewellery."

ADA (Elegance and Mommyhood): "This beautiful silk jacquard black+silver rose dress with the bold ruffled hemline is perfect for a Fall Wedding - if I were to attend one. The herringbone black tights bring texture, interest and warmth to this look. And that fabulous fuzzy grey clutch with all the fraying and tassels brings more depth. With the right makeup and of course some heels in addition to fun statement earrings and some sparkly bracelets, this look would definitely be an elegant option to attend a wedding this time of year. Moto jacket is optional!"

AMBER (Avec Amber): "2020 has certainly thrown us all a number of curveballs, with many celebrations including weddings or wedding receptions being postponed until we can safely celebrate again. This jumpsuit is a piece that I purchased last year for a girls' trip to Napa, one that I planned to wear to one of this year's wedding celebrations. Rest assured I will be saving it for one of those rescheduled weddings next year, and I hope that everyone stays healthy and safe during this time!"

DARLENE (Aquamarina Style):  "Take that basic slip dress you wore in the summer up a notch for a fall wedding or any dressy event. Adding a satin boyfriend blazer gives the dress a whole new look! Just add neutral pumps and some bling and you are ready to party!"

JULIE (Fashion Trends and Friends): "I love attending weddings and planning what I'll wear for the event!  This fall we were supposed to have two weddings to attend, which I was really looking forward to as well as some long weekend getaways.  One in September (my niece) in Oklahoma and one in October (our friend's daughter) in Wisconsin. Sadly, both had to cancel their plans and simplify their attendance list.  I believe the type of wedding and the venue dictate what is appropriate to be worn.  I tend to be overly fancy; and for me a wedding is a perfect opportunity to pull out all of my sequins and rhinestones.  This is the look I would have worn to the wedding in Milwaukee, Wisc."

BOJANA (Bo's Bodacious Blog): "This little, moody floral dress is the perfect addition to your fall closet.  You can take it from work, to a dinner date, to a fall wedding without missing a beat.  The dress has it all, flouncy sleeves, ruffled skirt, a tie belt to define your waist and shape, as well as a deep v neckline for a little hint of sexy.  Pair it up with heels, a little sparkle, and a trusted clutch and you are wedding ready without breaking the bank.   Hop on over to the blog to see full details on how to style this dress for a night of dancing and celebrating. "

SHELBEE (Shelbee on the Edge): "I haven't worn my favorite green kimono in a few years and have been wanting to style it as a dress. So I layered a black lace trimmed slip dress over some lacy stockings and sassy high heels and added my green kimono with a leather obi belt. Then I ditched the belt and showed off the slip dress. I chose my furry yellow bag because I love the way it played with the bright colors in the kimono. Of course, my "Love" choker is a must for any wedding outfit!"

LAURA (I Do deClaire): "Although most weddings are put on hold right now (thanks a lot 'rona), this collaboration was a fun reason to dress up for a short time anyway! I've long said that skirts can be dressy enough for weddings and by pairing this dark floral maxi with a lace top and belting it- it almost passes for a dress! "

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  1. I am so glad that you have joined me in this tradition several times. You are one of my oldest blogging friends and I love all of our collaborations, including the Christmas ones with our daughters.

    Your outfit was one of my favorites. That pleated maxi skirt is soooo good and it looks stunning with your black lace top, OBI tie belt and the beautiful crystal necklace. Hopefully we can continue this fun series on a Holiday Wedding edition. Thank you for being a part of this one, Laura. ❤️

    Off to see the other ways you styled that skirt. 😊

  2. Such a great look. Love the bow detail on the obi belt. Seems to make it even more appropriate for a fall wedding somehow. The colors in that skirt are absolutely perfect for fall. I think you and the mister need to have a date night since there is no fall wedding in your future to attend. This look is just too good to waste.