These Wedding Guest Outfits Are From Supermarkets & I Can't Believe It Either
Ring the bells for it's wedding season. If you're in your twenties or thirties, chances are that a lot of your friends will be getting married this summer. And that means a lot of shopping. But buying a dress for a wedding doesn't have to be expensive. The below wedding guest outfits all come from supermarkets, believe it or not.
According to a nationwide survey carried out by Provident earlier this year, the average Brit spends more than £1,000 to attend a wedding. That figure may seem ridiculous but when you add in the cost of outfits, hotels, hen parties, and more, you can see how the price quickly adds up.
I completely understand the need to buy a new outfit for any special occasion. Although it doesn't really matter whether you show up to two weddings in the same look, everyone likes to make an effort. However, that effort doesn't have to cost hundreds.
While it's nice to browse designer stores and even pricy high street offerings, have you ever tried checking out your local supermarket for a wedding outfit? I'm guessing the answer is no.
Prior to my experimental week wearing only supermarket fashion, I was super snobby about wearing clothes from the likes of Asda, Tesco, and Sainsbury's. But now, my gaze has been turned and I'm never going back.
Here are 11 options that you can wear to any wedding this summer. With all of them under £50, this fashion haul could be the cheapest you'll ever make.
1An Off-The-Shoulder Dress
2A Floral Jumpsuit
3A Yellow Design
4A Loose-Fitting Jumpsuit
What do you do for the entirety of a wedding? Eat and drink. Rather than choosing something that's extremely tight-fitting, it makes sense to opt for a looser design that will allow you to be as comfortable as possible without sacrificing on the style front.
5A Lacy Number
6A Stripy Midi
7A Red Mini Dress
8A Simple Style
9A Floaty Option
10A T-Shirt Dress
11A Scuba Dress
Hopefully, a scroll through these dresses and jumpsuits has changed your mind about supermarket fashion. As for me? Well, I'm officially handing in my notice to the Snobs R Us club.