Wedding Survival Guide— Our Styling Tips and Tricks

It may not be your big day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t look amazing. We all know weddings are awesome— who doesn’t like free food and music? And if the bride and groom are really awesome, an open bar. What isn’t awesome is having to buy 3 different outfits that will sit in the back of your Closet collecting dust for the next few months.

But don’t worry, LT’s got your back. We’ve ramped up our new inventory to include looks that you can rock at a variety of different events, and included some tips and tricks on how to be the #1 guest at every wedding you attend.

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Be Bold

Garden weddings mean two things— bright colors and wedges. Most likely, you’ll be stumbling over some cobblestones or taking pics in a grassy field, so go for wedges or sandals and ditch the pumps. Patterns and colors are appropriate for garden weddings, so don’t be afraid to be bold. Metallic sandals are in, so pairing an abstract or floral pattern with a shiny shoe is the perfect look for a garden wedding.

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Keep it Simple

Black tie affairs are all about the accessories. Go for a solid print (black, red, and navy always work), and jazz it up with the right pumps and jewels. Pick a statement piece that pops, and work around that one item when accessorizing.

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Go with the Flow

At a beach wedding, theres a decent amount of wiggle room with what you can wear. You can wear a formal shorts romper, a an above the knee dress, or a maxi! Lots of options when it comes to the clothes, but not so many when it comes to the shoes. Get a lay of the land before you rock heels, or you might find yourself sinking into the sand. If heels are an option, Try some tie on wedges. That way if you have to walk across the sand, you can take them off in a snap!

Have a fabulous wedding season everyone!

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