Recently I attended a fabulous wedding, it was filled with love, gorgeous decor, the happy couple of course and plenty of wine to celebrate! I wanted to share details of my wedding outfit, as I absolutely loved it.
I enjoyed trying something a little new for me. Navy isn’t a colour I wear too often, even though I love it, it’s just not been a colour I’ve gravitated towards. However, as the wedding was in October I thought choosing something a little darker would be the perfect choice.
The dress can be found here from ASOS. (£45)
To say I fell in love with dress is an understatement, it’s beautifully designed with the perfect amount of ruffle on the sleeves and lace panels on the skirt of the dress. It’s actually very comfortable as well. I will say that the front is quite a low cut, so just keep this in mind if you have a larger bust size.
The shoes were a great find from New look, which you can find here. (£23.99).
When it comes to heels, I’m not an expert by any means. I like shoes I can walk in, that won’t cost me a ton of money and heels that I can see myself wearing again and again. I loved these shoes and found them quite easy to walk in as well as comfortable. I managed to stay in them for the entire day and night until a little too much dancing finally made me change to flats. For such a great price I would highly recommend.
My fascinator is a Marks and spencer find, but as it was out of stock when I wanted to purchase, I actually managed to find this on Ebay, tags and all. I really enjoyed wearing a fascinator for the first time, and this one was very comfortable. This also managed to stay on the whole day and night, which is a testament to marks and spencer as it survived ‘Proud Mary’ on the dance floor. (£29.99 – but found on ebay for £15.00).
I decided that I needed a pop of colour for this look and I stumbled upon a fabulous magenta bag from accessorize. (£10). This was a great purchase at an amazing price. The bag is cute, but has plenty of room for the small amount of things you should need for a wedding. It is also suede material, so won’t rub against your outfit, the way sequinned bags can.
I also added a gorgeous necklace I found in accessorize. Unfortunately I can’t see it on the website, but it was less than a month ago I purchased it, so I imagine it will still be in store.
My makeup was my usual routine of Urban decay All nighter foundation, Fenty beauty concealer and Urban decay Bronzer., you can see a full make up post here with a similar look. However, I did add the fabulous Eyelure false eyelashes – Fleur loves from the fleur de force range and finish the look with the Dior backstage eye palette and Dior backstage glow face palette.
Overall I loved how the look came together. Sometimes a wedding in the Autumn or Winter can seem a little harder to buy for, but I loved each piece I bought so much individually and how they came together in the end.
Let me know in the comments what your favourite piece from the look is.