Style Watch | The Ultimate Dress Guide for Wedding Season

Posted on June 13 2017

With wedding season right around the corner and the summer in full swing, you’re likely to find yourself with invites on the horizon and an empty hanger or two in your wardrobe perfectly primed for your new evening-wear. This season, the LPD (little party dress) is back in full swing, with fun, flirty designs to flatter each and every body type. The trends this season center around sexy silhouettes and fun, feminine pieces, enhancing the elegance and sophistication of a woman’s natural beauty.

Whether you’re out for a night on the town or headed to an understated affair, the option to cover up is one every woman can appreciate. Coordinate your outfit with a subtle outerwear piece like the Emilia Lace Crop Cardigan and you’ll be the belle of the ball, in comfort and in style. Here are our tips for the trend:

Sultry Silhouettes
If you’ve got it; flaunt it. Simple silhouettes leave little to the imagination and showcase your best assets. Figure hugging, fitted pieces like our strapless Elma Lace Dress are timeless and sophisticated, while the lace detail adds an additional air of elegance.
Fun & Flirty
Both the Rosetta Lace Dress and Bonnie Lace Dress are the perfect example of the fun, feminine trend in eveningwear this season. The lace pieces are available in bright, bold colors and the lightly flared skirt adds a playful touch to this effortlessly elegant dress. 
Seaside Chic
If you find yourself at a beachside gathering, your standard evening attire might not fit the bill, but our Cindy Halter Ruffle Dress will be sure to ruffle a few feathers - with the new romantic ruffled neckline and draped shoulders, this is the perfect modern take on resort-wear.
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