11 Celeb-Inspired Wedding Guest Outfits You Should Copy
Wedding season extends well into the fall (October is the new June), which means you likely have a few nuptials still coming up on your calendar. That also means you have a few party outfits to figure out — and the celebrity set is a treasure trove of fashion inspiration (after all, they basically get dressed up for a living). Whether you're headed to a casual barn wedding or a formal ballroom event, choosing your ensemble will be a whole lot easier with these outfit ideas ahead.
Mandy Moore: Rock the next black-tie- optional dress code in a long-sleeve embellished mini dress. Bonus points if you add statement heels. (Photo via Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
Zendaya: Red takes on a romantic vibe when it comes in the form of tiered tulle. Marry (get it?) your sassy and sweet sides in a bold-hued frilly confection. (Photo via Frazer Harrison/VMN18/Getty for MTV)
Rose Byrne: Florals are ideal for a rustic fall wedding. Go the extra mile by adding a bright belt and matching pumps. (Photo via Mark Sagliocco/Getty for Hamptons Magazine)
Anna Kendrick: Get your shimmy on in a sparkly mini with feather detail that'll make you want to dance the night away. (Photo via Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
Constance Wu: Keep it classy in a velvet midi with half sleeves. Ruffle details and an embellished bag ensure this black look is anything but basic. (Photo via Gabe Ginsberg/Getty)
Meghan Markle: Denim for a wedding? Absolutely. Casual nuptials call for relaxed fabrics in a party-friendly silhouette, as per the duchess. (Photo via Chris Jackson/Getty)
Amal Clooney: Jewel tones are on our hit list this season — and they should be on yours. Make like Mrs. Clooney in a drapey burgundy velvet gown for your next formal affair. (Photo via Ricky Vigil M/GC)
Ashley Graham: You know you can't wear white but there are no rules about beige. Pump up a neutral gown with voluminous waves and a bright red lip. (Photo via Raymond Hall/GC)
Regina King: Who says you have to go with a solid color? Play with print and color in a striped one-shoulder gown. (Photo via JB Lacroix/WireImage)
Olivia Culpo: Tube dresses are back with a serious vengeance for fall. In a red midi with an asymmetrical neckline, you'll be on trend and appropriate. (Photo via Alexander Tamargo/Getty for Sports Illustrated)
Storm Reid: If you can't decide between short and long, do both. A high-low hem makes a dramatic entrance and exit — and lets you show off a killer pair of heels. (Photo via Kena Betancur/AFP/Getty)
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