May
24
Fashion Friday: Easygoing & Elegant Rehearsal Dinner Outfit
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under fashion, Outfit Ideas

Engagement dinners, bridal showers, bachelorette parties…the events leading up to your big day can be just as daunting to dress for as the big day itself. So, starting today, you’ll occasionally see outfit ideas beyond bridal and bridesmaids on this blog. Up first: an elegant yet easygoing option for a garden-inspired rehearsal dinner. While many brides opt to wear white to this soirée, we think a dusty tan rose works just as well. Here we paired it with floral heels and plenty of mint embellishments for a polished look you can still relax in.

Related: Southern Garden Bridesmaid Ensemble | Preppy Wedding Dresses | Bold Florals for Spring

Credits: Kate Spade New York stud earrings ($38) • Essie ‘Mint Candy Apple’ nail polish ($8) • Loeffler Randall Rider Satchel ($495) • House of Harlow 1960 Finespun cuff ($60) • Charles by Charles David Women’s Radial Sandal ($101.25) •  Max & Cleo Madilyn Dress ($54—currently 50% off!)

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