As a wedding guest, interpreting the dress code can be pretty tricky but there are some simple rules to always follow: never wear anything white or cream, and avoid anything that is too short, tight or flashy!

Despite these rules the question ‘what to wear’ is never an easy one. Fortunately for you we’ve found 15 fabulous items that are perfect to wear to a summer wedding. From colourful shoes to chic dresses, we’ve got you covered…

Flower power


This gorgeous neon floral prom dress by Warehouse is perfect for any summer wedding. The full skirt is also complementary on any body shape and you’ll feel confident all day long. As the dress has a number of stunning colours it means you can choose from a range of matching clutches, shoes and jackets to complete your outfit.

Midi magic


Midi skirts are making an appearance in the fashion world and we love this Ted Baker floral midi skirt in mint. Team it with a simple top and shoes and the skirt speaks for itself.



Pretty pinks and lace never go out of fashion, which is why this Asos lace skater dress is made for summer! Baby pink also goes with a huge variety of colours so you aren’t limited for choice when it comes to shoes, jackets and jewellery!

Bright and bold


Bright colours and florals are big this season, and these fabulous Faith court shoes can brighten up any outfit – be it white, black, or one of the gorgeous colours you can find in this shoe! Effortless.

Maxi to the max


If the weather is due to be a bit of a scorcher, a simple dress like this Zara maxi dress will help keep the heat at bay whilst looking gorgeous. You can wear this dress with heels, flats or flip–flops! And, you’ll be able to wear it easily after the wedding day, too.

Go boho


Stepping straight out of the 70s this River Island jumpsuit is made for the summer wedding season. With its bright paisley print, it’s perfect for a relaxed, boho wedding!

Cool co-ords


The new trend of matching jackets and shorts is your new secret style weapon, and this pretty embellished pair by ASOS will look absolutely amazing this summer. Team it with a silk cami top and heels and you’ll look not only chic but seriously sophisticated.

Colourful clutches


You only need a simple dress to match this stunning Floral Box Clutch by Marks and Spencer. The vibrant colours are suited to any spring or summer wedding, and the additional chain means you can also wear it over your shoulder. An instant glamour boost, this is an absolute winner in our eyes.

Zesty lemon


Be daring in yellow with this stunning lemon zest pencil dress from Oasis. This print will brighten up any summer wedding no matter what the weather – rain or shine!

Make a statement


Make a statement this summer with this stunning triangular necklace from Zara. You won’t need any other accessories for your wedding outfit as this necklace is definitely a show–stopper.

Jazz it up


We love the different blues in these jewel earrings from Zara. They’re classy, fun and fabulous and will effortlessly accessorise any summer wedding outfit! Team these with a bright purple dress and rock the cool colour blocking trend.

Feeling the fascinators


You can’t go wrong with this elegant pink fascinator from BHS, with a classic shape and ivory detail this will look stunning for weddings this summer – and will match with all sorts of outfits!

Trendy trousers


This summer is all about florals and flared trousers, which is why we love these ASOS watercolour print trousers. Team them with a simple silk cami top and some heels and you are wedding–ready.

Colour cool


Coral is the colour for summer and this gorgeous nail polish by Maybelline will add a bit of glamour to any wedding outfit. Matching your nails to your clothes adds that little extra oomph, making you look even more fabulous.

Matchy matchy


No look is complete without lipstick. Match your nail polish to your lips by wearing Revlon ‘Smoked Peach’ polish. And there it is, your summer wedding outfit is complete!

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