This dress by effortless French label Realisation Par captures that cool vintage factor with none of the requisite rummaging through actual vintage shops. Bonus points for the lush hue, which is bound to be a standout.
Realisation Par “Violette” dress ($225 USD), at realisationpar.com.
This berry-coloured midi dress by Wilfred is timeless enough to buy for your still-single best friend’s eventual nuptuals.
Wilfred "Beaune" dress ($185), at aritzia.com.
The nod to Grecian draping and edgy contrasting details elevate this Zara frock.
Zara dress ($179), at zara.com.
Upstaging the bride is a no-no, but you can steal the flower girl’s thunder in this 3-d floral sheath dress.
French Connection "Manzoni" floral lace dress ($258), at frenchconnection.com.
This slinky slip dress is from Topshop’s newly unveiled bridal and bridesmaid range, but you can wear it even if you’re not in the bridal party (unless the bridal party is kitted out in this exact dress, of course.)
Topshop asymmetric hem slip dress ($141), at topshop.com.
Looking to make a true fashion statement? Opt for this pleated, ruffled number by the very aptly named Aussie label Romance Was Born.
Romance Was Born blossoming pleat dress ($897), at farfetch.com.
We’re digging the subdued vibes of this dark floral midi.
Asymmetrical Ruffle Dress ($59.99), at mango.com.
With its embroidered overlay, off-the-shoulder sleeves and sweet print, this dress will fit right in at an outdoor wedding with mason jar bouquets and twinkle lights.
Farrow “Adalyn” dress ($120 USD), at needsupply.com.
Thanks to its streamlined shape and bold orange colour, this Tibi dress is both minimal and memorable.
Tibi silk sleeveless trapeze dress ($795 USD), at tibi.com.
This gelato-hued Anna October stunner was made for a glam destination wedding.
Anna October broderie-anglaise ruffled dress ($1,170), at matchesfashion.com.