Today's post is all about what I've worn to a few weddings recently and in the past. With wedding season in full swing (September has recently become the most popular month for weddings!), I started thinking about how difficult it can be to decipher what to wear. So, today's video showcases 5 looks that I've worn to weddings. I hope that these looks inspire you to rework some of your favorite dresses for any weddings you have coming up. 

This lace dress is a piece that I've worn so many times since I picked it up for my rehearsal dinner. 

For dressier weddings and events I like to pair this classic sheath with pearls and a simple shawl. 

For shoes I usually opt for simple pumps. These are some of the most comfortable I've ever owned. 

To complete the look, I like to keep the rest of my jewelry simple so that it doesn't compete with the statement necklace. 

One of my favorite things about this dress is just how versatile it is.

For more casual, spring events I like to wear peep-toe pumps in a light shade of brown to compliment the navy lace. 

A fun way to dress this look up even more is with some statement earrings.

Here, I'm wearing my favorite Julie Vos earrings, but any bold earrings in a complimentary color would do. 

A "Little Black Dress" is always appropriate for a wedding.

By now you know that I love a lbd for a multitude of reasons - most importantly being that you can change up how it looks to suit a variety of events.

For this look, I kept things simple with delicate jewelry and a classic clutch. 

For footwear I stuck to simple pumps that give me a little height without the pain. 




This next variation of the LBD look is for a formal winter affair. 

I started with the same dress but added semi-sheer tights and a faux fur stole. For jewelry I kept things glitzy with a crystal necklace and earrings. 

The same classic pumps completed the look. 

Last, is the look I wore for the wedding we attended in Boston a bit ago - excluding the shoes. For the wedding I wore the pumps from the other looks because it was supposed to rain. 

For the actual outfit I wore this off-the-shoulder top that I picked up from Old Navy for just $9 and an old Ralph Lauren floral skirt. 

All-in-all, I was comfortable through the vows, dinner and dancing and felt perfectly appropriate for the festive outdoor setting. 

Below, I've embedded the corresponding video with links to everything pictured.