As the evenings and mornings start getting lighter (FINALLY) our thoughts turn to warmer times to come, and invitations start to drop through the letterbox. One of my favourite things to do is plan outfits. I could spend all day long pulling together looks and easily burn my way through a euromillions win to achieve peak Rosanna style. So on this occasion I chose to use my addiction for good and pull some pieces together for some stylish wedding guest looks for summer 2020. I am going to keep searching for more looks as time goes on as I am aware not all of the brands I have picked in this post are that inclusive, so watch this space for more and subscribe to stay in the know. All pieces in this post are high street with every piece bar two under £100, FYI.
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First up is a classic and quintessentially 'weddingy' look. Grown up and classy, think Duchess of Cambridge style. This L.K. Bennett printed dress is demure but fun (and the brand is a Kate Middleton fave). The pleats and sheer detail keep it from being frumpy and it will move well, making it great for dancing! The Topshop slingbacks are so cute with the frill detail and this structured pearl box bag from & other stories is a great statement piece. An elegant white coat gives extra warmth if needed! Add a simple gold necklace from Whistles to finish the look and a pair of earrings with pearl detail to tie into the bag.
I chose this belted green jumpsuit next for more of a fun and adventurous look. Jumpsuits show no signs of going out of fashion and are a really good option, and this strappy one with scallop edges is a great pop of colour and really chic. I paired it with a pink Zara bag and spotty M&S slingbacks with a chunky heel as they'll be super comfy to dance the night away in. A gold rope necklace from Zara adds some weight and a delicate beige scarf in case it gets nippy later on or you want to cover up in church.
Finally, for the fashion forward statement dresser, a hot pink Zara suit. It is so chic in its style with that satin lapel on the blazer and taping on the trousers...what's not to love. You'll be such a breath of colour, and a pair of nude sandals complements it plus a black quilted bag (hi there Chanel rip off). A delicate gold necklace is enough jewellery I think, anything more will be fighting for attention with the suit, and it will lose.
My personal favourite is look number 2. I like the combination of colours and patterns and I am particularly enamoured of those M&S shoes. Which one is your favourite?