What To Wear To Wedding Events | Flared Sleeves

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or totally avoiding shops, then you wouldn’t have failed to notice how BIG sleeves are a BIG thing this spring summer. Flared sleeves add a great detail to an outfit and can be suitably dressy for a special occasion, such as a wedding.  So if you’re off to a wedding or event this summer, then why not check out our picks for all bridal occasions from the hen do, to the big day itself.

The Hen Do…

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A LBD is ALWAYS a good idea and this flared sleeved number from River Island with Bardot neckline ticks the box for a balance between sexy and sophisticated.

Mother of the Bride…

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This metallic silver  top from SANIA STUDIO  would look so elegant teamed with a pencil skirt. The high neck and flared sleeve detail means that you could easily forgo a jacket.  The brocade detail is also a winter fashion staple (and will still be “In” in 2018) so could even be saved for a winter wedding.

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 If your budget allows then this Roksanda dress is so stunning and would look fab no matter your age.  We love this for Mother’s of the Bride.

Bridal Brunch…

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It’s perfectly acceptable to milk your wedding for all it’s worth and make as many events out of it as possible 😉 Gathering your nearest and dearest for a bridal shower/brunch is a great way to have your guests meet and mingle before the big day. We love this Karen Kane  3/4 length bell-sleeved top which can be dressed up with a skirt and heels or played down with jeans and sandals.

Wedding Guest…

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We love that not only is this flared sleeve dress from Neon Rose very affordable, it’s super pretty and is smart enough to wear as a wedding guest, or could even be worn for a girls night out.  Two occasions for the price of one!

 Whisper and Blush xx
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