Courtesy Victor Glemaud
Shopping for a fall wedding guest dress can be tricky. Obviously, you don’t wanna outdo the bride, but you still wanna stunt jic your arch nemesis from high school shows up. I’m sure you already know that anything white is absolutely a no-go, but you’ve also gotta keep the unpredictable, autumn weather in mind when you’re selecting the perfect outfit too.
Don’t worry, though. I’ve found 18 lewks that’ll help you represent, no matter if you’re attending a small, casual event (because social distancing is still very much important) or you’re planning on getting dressed up to the nines just to see if you still remember how to do that. You’ve gotta keep on reading for all of the tips and the best fall wedding guest dresses your eyes have ever seen.
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This draped dress
Asymmetric Midi Dress
Deep, jewel tones, like this midnight blue? Don’t mind if I do. Finish things off with sparkly sandals too.
This wrap dress
I don’t think wrap dresses will ever go out of style. And this one feels modern with chic batwings along the sleeves.
This ruched dress
A plunging mini dress might feel like too much for a wedding, but sweet florals and ruching give this one an elegant twist.
This fishtail gown
One Shoulder Gown
I like to call this fashion tip the reveal and conceal. The body-hugging material will show off your shape while the long silhouette will keep you feeling covered.
This retro design
Finally live out your ’80s-soap-opera dreams in a dress that’s decked out with puffy sleeves and a cinched waistline.
This pleated romper
I know this pleated number looks like a dress, but it’s actually a cute romper that’ll fool everyone. So go crazy on the dance floor.
This frilly number
Chiffon Midi Dress
Ruffles plus florals are always a great idea. So grab this baby and your most comfortable pair of sandals before the big day.
This open-back option
It looks like your average asymmetric dress in the front, but when you twirl around, everyone will see the crystal chain that wraps across the open back.
This mixed-print design
You’ll instantly look like a style star when you slip on this zebra and floral-print dress. Don’t forget to put on your best pair of heels to help elevate that flirty slit.
This off-the-shoulder dress
Naia Maxi Dress
With the fun ruffles along the neckline and throughout the skirt of this dress, you’ll be ready to twirl on the dance floor all night long.
This rustic color
Pleated Skirt Dress
Something that matches the pretty fall leaves, like this pleated wrap dress, will be perfect for the autumn event. If you’re up to the challenge, find some gorge heels that match the rustic shade.
This keyhole design
Merino Wool Dress by Victor Glemaud
Show off your arms with this halter neck design. And don’t worry if things get a little windy because the merino wool fabric will keep your torso warm.
This smock dress
Off-the-Shoulder Midi Dress
The only thing flirtier than an off-the-shoulder dress is one that has an asymmetric hemline that’ll make you look like a goddess with every step.
This check dress
Grid Satin Midi Dress
Just because summer is ending doesn’t mean you have to put away the slip dresses. This checkered print will fit right in and could also double as a layering piece.
This lace number
Middleton Ruffle Hem Dress
So we’ve already touched on ruffles a bit, but don’t forget that lace is the ultimate must-have for weddings.
This bustier dress
Satin Midi Slipdres
Wearing a bustier dress will definitely make heads turn, but the classic navy color makes it feel not too extra.
This statement dress
LadyGang Floral Satin Wrap Midi Dress
Don’t hold back. Double up on a bold color and a show-stopping print.
This mermaid dress
Flounce Hem Midi Dress
Between the fluffy sleeves, the fluted hem, and the sweetheart neckline, this dress is an all-around winner.
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