Choosing an outfit for weddings are hard enough, but Philadelphians who also have to keep the cooler temperatures in mind may feel overwhelmed. Here, we found looks for every dress code that can work perfectly with autumns in the City of Brotherly Love.
When the invitation asks you to bring out your most formal attire, you can't go wrong with Marchesa. Sure, all eyes will be on the bride that evening but heads will turn when you make a stately entrance in this plum gown with dramatic, tiered embellishments.
Dress Code: Black Tie
Double Charmeuse Dress, Cushnie et Ochs ($1,995). fwrd.com
Modern fashionistas who prize unique, minimalistic looks will fall in love with this body-hugging silk gown, which features a sleek and sultry silhouette for a dazzling, golden getup.
This romantic floral dress with cutout shoulders and a neck wrap is perfect for dancing the night away, but it's also formal enough for the ceremony.
Dress Code: Cocktail Attire
Sleeveless Halter-Neck Charmeuse Cocktail Dress in Jade, Jason Wu ($1,495). Neiman Marcus, King of Prussia Mall, King of Prussia, 610-962-6200
This emerald slip dress will keep you cool no matter what. Plus, it's a gorgeous investment piece that can be reworked for all your GNO and date nights after wedding season ends.
Dress Code: Casual
Moore Wide-Leg Jumpsuit, Jay Godfrey ($495). Intermix, 1718 Walnut St., 215-545-6034
Anything goes when the invite advises guests to adhere to a casual dress code, but that doesn't mean you should forgo all style. Instead, opt for an easy jumpsuit in a romantic pink hue, sophisticated enough to celebrate the newlyweds.