The dress code to go to a wedding indicates that we cannot wear black, much less white, the only and exclusive color for the bride. The ban on black can have nuances, since a guest in this tone can look absolutely perfect.
That’s why we give you some tips that are perfect to save and succeed with a black dress, not only how to combine it in summer, but also in a day wedding… because black is the most elegant and eternal color.
The little black dress has been, is and will be the star garment of any cocktail or event. Audrey Hepburn was already advancing it to us with that iconic Givenchy in Breakfast with diamonds. A bet as safe as it is feminine, without losing an iota of sensuality.
A look in black for a daytime wedding It is true that it is even more complicated to wear than for an evening wear, even so, if you are not willing to give up this tone, write down these style recommendations.
How to wear a black dress to a day wedding with strategic details
The black dress for a daytime wedding is recommended to be long measure or above the knee. A model with an asymmetrical neckline, with transparent details or cut out, puff sleeves or maxi bows, and much better if it is printed. A design that plays and combines with strategic details to show off a outfits outstanding.
How to wear a black dress to a daytime wedding with colored accessories
Another of the fundamental style keys of how to wear a black dress to a day wedding is to bet on colored accessories, ideal to combine with a all black look, a striking bet in red, yellow, green, fuchsia, klein blue or even pastel tones, ideal to break with the monocolor and have color contrast. And of course, a hat or sophisticated headdress is a guaranteed win.
Combine a black dress with a blazer, american cropped or colored kimono It is another perfect option to give a necessary touch of color to the guest styling. It is the best way to give it greater versatility.
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