6 Great Dresses for Summer Wedding Guests

Have a season full of invites? We’ve got the prettiest frocks for ceremonies from the beach to the big city, and every dress code in between.


ASOS Dress With Soft Double-Layer


This floral dress will give even the prettiest of gardens a run for the money. (Bonus: the double-tiered effect doesn’t just look chic—it’s equally flattering on both larger and smaller busts).

To buy: $89, asos.com.

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Chelsea28 Popover Crop Jumpsuit


Three trends in one (an evening take on the jumpsuit, an au courant “matched set” look, and the silhouette of the moment—a cropped, wide-leg cut) this piece looks right at home in sleek city spaces.

To buy: $148, nordstrom.com.

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Mango Blond Long Dress


Think of this lacey A-line as the warm-weather version of your favorite LBD—it’s about as light and airy as a black dress can get. The versatile long length switches seamlessly between casual-cool when paired with flats, or all-out formal if you add metallic stiletto sandals.

To buy: $90, mango.com.

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J.Crew Karina Gingham Dress


Heading off to a rustic wedding? Go the extra (country) mile. Bright kelly green puts a new twist on the classic gingham pattern—plus the print is one of summer’s hottest trends, so you’ll want to wear this one over and over again.

To buy: $140, netaporter.com.

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Tiare Hawaii Hollie Maxi Dress


Equally at home barefoot on the beach or dressed up with statement earrings and a clutch, the stretchy, smocked bodice on this dress ensures a flawless fit.

To buy: $107, revolveclothing.com.

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H&M Strapless Dress


Even if the invitation says “black tie,” we think you’ll get away with this navy number. A full-silhouetted skirt creates a balanced, hourglass figure, and jacquard stripes add visual interest without piling on the bling. Going completely bare-shouldered not your thing? It comes with removable grosgrain straps.

To buy: $70, hm.com.

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