No, no, no, this isn’t THE wedding outfit…. But I am attending a wedding this weekend and I have been scouring the high street for the perfect attire for the church wedding with an outdoor reception. Whilst there is loads on the high street from Neon’s to Florals, I really struggled with finding the perfect outfit. And I’m not 100% happy with it, and although the Wedding is on Saturday, it has taken me until tonight to order it!! Eeek! So this is what I opted for:
I know, not very traditional but I love this playsuit. White is huge this season, but wearing white to a wedding is against etiquette (apparently) so I’m hoping this Topshop Playsuit with a floral, geometric splashes will be comfy yet pretty for the special day.
Although I’m praying for a Saturday scorcher, I opted for this Mint Blue Blazer from New Look as we intend to party late into the night to prevent some of the cold. It really brings out some of the blue flecks in the playsuit, and I love the cool tones.
4- Sorry about the poor quality picture (for extra zoom click link) but this simple ASOS white clutch will tie the outfit together. I think this is going to be a staple as I didn’t actually own a white clutch, but I love how simple it is, with simple features such as texture and the zip.
5- Again, sorry for the poor quality photo, but I’ve opted for these ASOS chunky sandals for two reasons. Firstly, the chunkiness of the heel will make it perfect for the garden reception and secondly, I feel a white shoe gives it the edginess I had been searching the high street for.
A matching lipstick was definitely necessary and I have seen the blogging community go crazy for this stuff! This Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet in Pink Pong has cool bluey undertones should really brings out the colour flecks in the playsuit, as well as being complementary against my brunette hair.
For pictures of the full outfit and event on Saturday, check out my Instagram page @natalieeerp where I will be posting photos.
Would you wear this to a summer event? Let me know!
Featured image: Juan Antonio Capo