If the wedding you are attending has more of evening cocktail dress code, go for solid colors and more formal fabric, like silk.
- Don a long-sleeved romper in a jewel-tone color for an outdoor, evening wedding (weather permitting). Bring along a long, menswear-inspired blazer to complete the look.
- Flatter your legs with a wide leg jumpsuit for a high-impact look that will have everyone looking at you and the bride. Put your lipstick in a coordinating clutch and get ready to dance the night away!
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Talk about a one-piece wonder! Rompers are ridiculously easy to throw on and go, plus they can be dressed up or down with the right silhouettes and the right accessories. In short, yes, you can wear a romper to a wedding!
Here’s how to wear a romper to a wedding!
HOW TO WEAR A ROMPER TO A CASUAL WEDDING
If the wedding in question is going to be a casual outdoor ceremony where guests are not encouraged to wear anything remotely assembling black tie, you can definitely get away with rocking a romper!
HOW TO WEAR A ROMPER TO A FORMAL WEDDING