Wedding Guest Outfits | RSVP Ready

I'm definitely at that age; lots of people I know are getting married, so much so our whole year is planned around attending the extra special occasions. Our first wedding to attend is in March and we've got one less than a month later in April. It's so exciting to receive the invites through the post and the next thing to think about is what to wear! One of the first places I look for wedding outfits is Pretty Little Thing. They have a huge range of dresses in general but also specifically for wedding guest dresses. I shared my pick of wedding guest dresses last Summer and I'm delighted to work with them again this year. I'm definitely going to be RSVP Ready with my three, quite different choices. 

I love florals for a Spring or Summer wedding outfit which is exactly why I picked out the Dusty Pink Floral Print Frill Detail Floral Midi Dress*. The different shades of pink in the floral print are brilliant for accessorising with a clutch and fascinator and make this a very girly outfit. The midi length is sophisticated, without being too long or frumpy, and the frills at the sleeves add a bit of fun. The fit is between a bodycon and shift so the tie waist can help accentuate your shape. This dress is true to size with nice thick material, a very high quality dress for £25. 

I think the Yellow One Shoulder Draped Midi Dress might just be my favourite and it's the cheapest of the three at only £18! Compared to the floral print this dress is much more plain and simple but that bright zesty colour is amazing for a Summer wedding. I love the one shoulder design and though the material is a little thinner it's still a flattering fit. It's a little smaller made and I would say if you're in-between sizes, size up. The midi length comes just below my knees and I feel like it's a classy style looking fab with a pair of heeled sandals.

My last pick was completely different from my other two choices, in fact it's a different style from what I would usually wear in general. I love how feminine the Rose Long Sleeve Pleated Midi Dress looks. Unfortunately I think this was a little too big for me so the sleeves seem to drown me a little and the midi skirt is just verging on being too long for my 5'3" height. I'd definitely recommend this to slightly taller girls and maybe size down. With that being said though, the tie waist helps pull the dress in and the wrap front is quite flattering. This was the most expensive dress out of the three costing £35, which really isn't even that expensive for a beautiful, high quality dress to wear to a wedding. 
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