What To Wear To A Wedding If You Hate Dresses

There's a lot to like about weddings, from the great food, to the happy vibes, and the chance to meet new people; all while looking and feeling your best in fancy wedding guest attire. However, you may be wondering what to wear to a wedding if you hate dresses, because for many ladies, frocks are the go-to wedding attendee outfit of choice.

Perhaps it's the romantic aura in the air or the fact that you get to dress up in special occasion wear, dresses appear to be a popular garment when it comes to attending a wedding. But, what if you hate dresses? What's a gal who despises gowns to do? Don't worry, there are plenty of incredible alternatives to dresses that you can wear to a wedding.

If you need some style inspo, the celebs have got you covered. Take for instance, Florence Welch's feminine Hermione De Paula ensemble that she wore to a wedding in 2016, proving that pants can be pretty too. Way back in 2006, Kate Moss wore a cute shorts suit to the wedding of Bobby Gillespie and Katy England. Plus, who could forget when Ashley Graham rocked an all black ensemble, including black leather trousers, and stylishly slayed at her sister's wedding?

For anyone who needs sartorial assistance, check out the following options that are wedding worthy if you won't be seen dead in a dress.

1. The Ruffled Romper

Crepe Frill Detail Romper Nude, $44, Miss Guided

A romper is a fabulous garment to see you from the wedding breakfast through to pulling some shapes on the dance floor.

2. The Tailored Pants

Imogen Pintock Woven Tailored Trouser, $18, Boohoo

A pair of tailored trews are sure to give any outfit a formal feel. Pair with a pussy bow blouse and you'll be good to go!

3. The Pleated Maxi

Lovedrobe Satin Pleated Maxi Skirt, $98, Asos

If you're not a fan of dresses but you still wish to feel easy and breezy throughout the big day, opt for a sophisticated maxi skirt instead.

4. The Jumpsuit

Asos Jumpsuit With Shirt Detail And Tie Back, $101, Asos

Whether you're diving for the bouquet or chasing after your offspring, a chic jumpsuit will have you covered.

5. The Classic Suit

Soft Suiting Blazer, $120, Eloquii & Soft Suiting Pant, $90, Eloquii

You can't go wrong when wearing a classic pant suit to a wedding, especially when it's in a seasonally appropriate shade.

6. The Shirt & Shorts Co-Ord

Petite Tiger Print Co-Ord, $133, Topshop

Gals wanting to exude a cool, androgynous vibe can flaunt a co-ordinating shorts and shirt set.

7. The Crop Top & Skirt Co-Ord

Salon Floral Jacquard Crop Top & Skirt Co-Ord, $122, Asos

Ladies wanting to make a bold statement will love this floral co-ord set, comprising of a crop top with structured shoulders and a matching skirt.

8. The Casual Co-Ord

Hilary Slinky Bralet Trouser & Duster Co-Ord, $36, Boohoo

If comfort and style are equal attributes in your eyes, you'll love this casual co-ord set.

9. The Elegant Pencil Skirt

Stretch Lace Pencil Skirt, $49, Torrid

When you feel like wearing a dress to a wedding is too safe, pop on a stunning pencil skirt to mix things up a bit.

10. The Formal Joggers

Willow Luxe Satin Joggers, $25, Boohoo

Folks who basically live in the gym and wear athleisure gear 24/7 will likely be over the moon to discover a pair of decadent jogging bottoms that could totally pass as formal wear.

11. The Cute Culottes

Culotte Short In Soft Floral Print, $33, Asos

Have your wedding cake and eat it in a pair of culottes that are as feminine as a skirt, while giving you the freedom of shorts.

12. The Chiffon Pants

Chiffon Wide Leg Pants, $32, Torrid

Spend the day floating around in these ethereal chiffon pants.

13. The Formal Overalls

Outstanding Ordinary Wide Leg Overalls, $103, Asos

Overalls at a wedding? With the right pair of overalls and the help of a quirky shirt, it can be done so you can be the epitome of style and comfort.

With so many other options to choose from, you have no excuse to blend in with the crowd this wedding season!

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