Wedding Style Guide: How to Wear a Jumpsuit to a Wedding
Ever thought of wearing a jumpsuit to a wedding?
Jumpsuits with romantic details like chiffon ruffles or jumpsuits that are structured can make a chic alternative to a dress when it comes to your next wedding!
We’ve noticed a lot of you asking how to wear a jumpsuit for a wedding and with wedding season back in full swing, we thought it was time to answer that question. We’ll also give you a closer look at what makes our Uptown Jumpsuit one of our favorite options to wear to weddings.
So, you’re probably wondering: why choose a jumpsuit to wear to weddings? The answer is simple: ultimate comfort and coverage so you can dance the night away without fussing with your hemline!
What we especially love about choosing a jumpsuit for a wedding is that jumpsuits are wallet friendly. Because wedding appropriate jumpsuits are typically floor length, you’ll be able to wear it over and over again for a variety of events, no matter the season.
A few tips to wearing a jumpsuit to a wedding
When choosing an outfit for a wedding, you have tons of options to choose from, including our entire selection of wedding styles perfect for the upcoming wedding season! If you want to try something new and unique, a jumpsuit is the perfect choice! Here are three tips to keep in mind when choosing a jumpsuit for a wedding.
1. Enjoy a monochrome moment!
If you’ve chosen a jumpsuit that’s one solid color, it’s easy to create a monochromatic look that elongates your body and is oh-so chic. Simply adding shoes, jewelry and a purse in the same color. And if you want to add just a bit of color, choose a lip color that stands out.
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2. Don't be afraid to add a pop of color!
Style your jumpsuit with shoes, earrings and a clutch in colors that are complementary to your jumpsuit color. This is a great way to really show off your unique sense of style!
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3. Keep it simple & keep it fun!
Sometimes less is more. If you're opting for a jumpsuit that stands out on its own, don’t over do it. A simple earring and pump can go a long way!