Choosing a wedding guest dress can be a bit tricky! HOLR is showing you how to find the perfect style for YOU, in order to strike a balance between looking stylish and appropriate for the occasion.


We’ve rounded up some options for the best wedding guest dresses to sport this season and beyond.

A classic cocktail dress: This is a truly timeless option that works for virtually any type of wedding. Try opting for a knee-length dress in a solid color or a subtle print. Oh Polly has a fabulous selection of cocktail dresses to shop this wedding season. The Liliana Dress features mesh accents and a figure-flattering silhouette for a romantic look.

A maxi dress: Perfect for a beach or garden wedding, maxi dresses that are flowy and lightweight are a must for a summer wedding affair. This beautiful baby blue maxi dress from SHEIN features a backless design and a high neckline.

A jumpsuit: This is a very chic option to consider because it’s stylish and modern. When on the hunt for a jumpsuit, check out ones that feature a bold color or have interesting details like ruffles or a deep neckline. This Satin Jumpsuit from MANGO is a must-have for any wedding this season. As part of the brand’s party and events collection, it features flowy fabric, a V-neck design, and crossover straps on the back as an added detail.

A floral dress: Florals for a wedding? Groundbreaking. This is a classic wedding style that would be an ideal choice for a spring or summer affair. This delicate floral dress from PrettyLittleThing features a soft, pink floral material with a pleated design.

A midi dress: This is a versatile length that also works for all types of weddings. Be sure to choose one that comes in a classic silhouette such as a wrap dress or a sheath dress. This midi dress from Revolve features a strapless design and is super versatile.

Remember these tips when planning a wedding guest outfit- pay attention to the invitation dress code and be sure to avoid wearing white or anything that can be classified as too revealing.

Published by HOLR Magazine.