Wedding Week: The Guest of Honor

Dear Brides, this post is for you! We already covered what you should wear this summer if you are the guest at a wedding, but what if you’re the guest of honor this wedding season? While I’m not about to throw on another wedding dress, I do have a little inspiration for the brides-to-be to wear to all of the pre and post event festivities, thanks to Closet London!




There are so many things to focus on leading up to your wedding day that sometimes you forget about all of the things that come before and after that you might also need to dress yourself up for. I.E: bridal shower, bachelorette party, rehearsal dinner, post wedding brunch (which wasn’t a popular thing when I got married and that kinda grinds my gears because how fun does that sound?!) So anyway, the point is, you’re going to need more than just one white dress. The reason I swoon for this LWD from Closet London’s R.S.V.P collection is because it is romantic, flirty, understated, feminine, and flattering all in one. ALSO, the pockets!! (duh) If you look up close you can see the gorgeous jacquard print that adds a little life to this dress. And last but not least, the pleated full skirt elevates the look completely. Overall, this is a fresh take on the impossibly tight, hard to manage, little lace dresses we have been seeing so much of lately.


When dressing for these types of events try to remember that you are going to the on your feet for a large portion of the day or night, you are going to be running around, schmoozing, greeting your guests, you want to be comfortable in what you’re wearing. There is nothing worse than spending an entire day constantly pulling at your skirt, or hiking your dress up, making sure your boobs are in place… it’s awful! In this dress you can relax, and you can enjoy yourself with the peace of mind that you still look absolutely fabulous! Check out the rest of this collection for some more style inspiration this wedding season. Happy shopping!


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