High street wedding guest dresses may not have the time limit you thought they had.
The worst thing about weddings is that what you wear tends to have a time limit, but you will want to wear these high street wedding guest dresses over and over again.
Now, for some people, this will mean they'll last a couple of outings this season. For others, they'll put them carefully away and break them out every couple of years. These wedding guest dresses aren't entirely time sensitive, and if you think they are, look again. Michelle Keegan's puff sleeve gúna for Littlewoods would have stolen the show in 1985. It will look utterly fabulous at an event this year. And it will probably look good in 2029, too. (Of course you'll still fit into it!)
Silky styles are wedding guest staples that fit in any year and for some, like the gorgeous green side-tie dress from Warehouse, any season. Can't you see that baby with a big faux fur stole? The glamour.
Then, there are the ruffley, floaty types from Oasis and River Island. Those guys are so lovely for a summer wedding, but once you've got the Big Day out of the way, they'll become great Day Two dresses. After that, bring them on holidays for your night out number.
Turns out, anything is versatile when you make it versatile.
It's not only on sale; it's interesting enough to wear for a good few years to come. And, just putting it out there, but wouldn't this be a cool bridesmaid dress, too?
This dress is the type that the most sophisticated women in your office would wear. But it's also perfect for a city wedding if you're into minamalist style.
Going to a wedding abroad? We've found your outfit.
Slinky, sexy and at a very nice price indeed.
This has a hint of Keira Knightley's Atonement dress about it making it a true classic, no.
We love the sleeves... but after a few wears, find a good tailor, lob them off, and you have a brand new dress.
If you're looking for a maxi dress for that wedding in Portugal, you've found it.
Yeah, we almost forgot Bershka existed, too. But we're oh, so glad we remembered.