With wedding season right around the corner, it's highly likely that your girls’ group WhatsApp chat is currently popping off with dress-related questions and demands for general style advice. What are you wearing? What is she wearing? What are YOU wearing? If our instant messages are anything to go by, wedding guest outfits require a lot of planning and almost everyone, by default, opts for a dress.
To stand apart from the wedding crowd and avoid the risk of wearing the same frock as someone else, we’ve been exploring our other options and may have just found the perfect plus one: jumpsuits. What’s not to love? They offer a little more protection against the elements, can’t blow up in the wind and boast plenty more leg room - just what you need for getting low on on the dance floor after dinner.
To get your R.S.V.P. ready, we’ve teamed up with Dorothy Perkins to find a jumpsuit that standouts out, without ever upstaging. Slay your evening style in trending print - the party animal amongst us will love their Dalmatian and leopard print iterations - whilst those attending a summer do will adore the breezy culotte styles and bold bursts of colour. Playing a more important role in the nuptials? Wave one of Dorothy Perkins’ brilliant Bridesmaid dress alternatives under the Bride’s nose if floaty gowns aren’t your thing - she’d have a hard time saying no to these classically beautiful lilac and pink shades.
Without further “I do”, here’s our edit of the best wedding-appropriate jumpsuits in Dorothy Perkins Bluewater right now. Jump right in.
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Hot To Dot
Polka dots are trending right now and so are jumpsuits - it’s a match that’s even more perfect than the Bride and Groom. Wear with strappy block heels and vintage-inspired gold hoop earrings for your own happily ever after.
It’s always tricky trying to dress different women with different styles and body types in one matching dress. If you’re not feeling the suggestions so far, put forward a jumpsuit - in traditional shades of lilac and pink Dorothy Perkins have ensured they’re a natural choice for a wedding, whilst the nipped in waist and long leg offers more comfort and cool factor if you’re feeling self conscious.
Leopard was so 2018 - nowadays we’re seeing what else lies deep in the jungle with zebra, snake and tiger. But if you’re looking something seriously fresh you might want to look a little closer to home. This Dalmatian print may sound domesticated but it’s a wild and unusual choice for a wedding - and we are here for it.
If you’ve got a little while to wait, invest in something bold, bright and beautiful to ensure you stand out in the official pictures. We love the cropped leg for maximum waft on a summer’s day whilst the sunshine yellow exudes happiness and radiance (for the couple, of course).