Going to your cousin’s, colleague’s or ex’s reception this season? Here’s our pick of best slip dresses, florals and sandals to help you feel comfortable right up to Come On Eileen
The “save the dates” are starting to arrive and, right on cue, so is the anxiety. OK, the person who really has the sartorial stress on a wedding day is the bride, but spare a thought for us poor guests. We’re choosing an outfit to feel comfortable in, one that goes from champagne on the still-damp lawn to Come on Eileen on the dancefloor. One that doesn’t scare the horses but has some semblance of what fashion looks like in 2017, and also something that – crucially – isn’t being worn by several other guests, too. The struggle is real. And that’s before you get to your relationship to the happy couple.
Here’s how to look appropriate, classy and cool, even, at six wedding scenarios you could be thrown into.