You might not want to admit it, but we know you love using weddings as an excuse to dress up (and the after parties aren’t bad either). But with all of the bridal showers and engagement parties soaking up your weekends, it’s easy to feel like there’s no time to find the perfect dress. Just. Don’t. Panic. Make this classic blush lace dress part of your go-to wedding wardrobe and simply switch up the accessories to create a new look for all the weddings on your calendar.
Rose gold is arguably the metal of the season and we’re definitely not complaining. By building a jewelry wardrobe in the same tone, you can mix and match your fave pieces to work with almost any dress.
The right necklace acts just like the centerpiece of a reception table—it brings all the visuals together, but is still the biggest attention grabber. For a simplistic, but ever-so-lovely detail, wear a layered gold necklace with three drop pendants. Or, for bachelorette parties where less isn’t more, opt for a statement necklace in neutrals and blush tones with attention-grabbing tassel details.
If you’re planning on pulling your hair back, show off a pair of larger-than-life rhinestone stud for an oh-la-la punch to your wedding attire. If you’re rocking spiral curls, dangling earrings in geometric shapes (like triangles and diamonds—so posh) are an on-trend option that will pop against your gorge locks.
A single cuff bracelet is usually all you need to make your wedding toast sparkle – and we don’t just mean on Instagram. Single bangles punctuated with rhinestones are another option, just avoid layering too many bangles, otherwise your wrist will end up making more noise than the guests tapping their champagne glasses for a toast.
A faux patent mid heel is a no brainer. It goes with literally every color dress in your closet – not to mention your new array of rose gold jewelry. These beauties are comfy enough to wear from ceremony to last dance, no blisters in sight.
No matter how many invites you have tacked on your fridge, relax knowing that with a few accessory swaps, you can shake your groove thing all the way ‘til the last fall wedding.