Wedding season in Singapore is year-round. That means you could attend a wedding party in June in the lovely outdoors or in a posh, sophisticated hotel ballroom in late December. But how often do you buy one gown for a wedding, take photos at the GIF booth, keep the dress at the back of your stack of clothes, and unofficially retire it after wearing only once?
Here’s how you can RSVP in style when you rent from the Infinite Wardrobe for every formal and casual wedding setting throughout the year:
1. RSVP to Garden Wedding
What to wear: Prints and bright colours to match the theme of the wedding regardless if it’s a rustic or whimsical garden theme
2. RSVP to Beach Wedding
What to wear: Light colours that complement green and blue. We often see blue or green trimmings and backdrops at beach weddings, so it’s good that you wear something complementary and not to blend into the background or stand out against too much.
3. RSVP to Church Wedding
What to wear: At church weddings, it’s not so much of the colour but more of the style. You’ll want to wear something mid- to maxi-length and keep it classy.
4. RSVP to Marina/Yacht Wedding
What to wear: Go for less flowy material as you need to move around with ease in the breezy environment. We’ll go for co-ords, if possible!
5. RSVP to Intimate Restaurant Wedding
What to wear: We love high neck styles at sit-down restaurant weddings because it flaunts your shoulder details the most. Go for halter styles, which are flattering for most body types.
6. RSVP to Hotel Ballroom Wedding
What to wear: Keep it chic at the formal ballroom wedding. Opt for maxi dresses with asymmetric hemlines to keep it fun though formal.
Never buy an outfit again to only wear it once! Rent gowns and outfits from the Infinite Wardrobe and RSVP with style!
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