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Learn from Stylist Wendy Pilch How to Dress for an Evening Wedding
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Hi! I am Wendy with Spendalla Personal Shopping. Today, I am here with Jane to show you how to dress for an event. Now, let's take a look at how to dress for an evening wedding event. Today, Jane is in a silk blend dress, which is navy with a hint of a yellow pattern. It hits her just above the knee. We have added a bronze color shoe that has a bow just to dress up the outfit a little bit, a large oversized gold bangle, which is very in this season and a yellow clutch purse to accent the outfit.
Jane does not need to wear a shawl or cardigan or jacket over this, unless it is chilly out, in which case, she could certainly add a tan color shawl or jacket that would work perfectly with the dress. Part of what makes this dress appropriate for evening wear is the material; the silk fabric is dressy enough for this type of events and you will notice again Jane does not have any stocking or tights on, which is also appropriate for evening events. Just make sure you put some lotion on and shave those legs. So, this is our evening wedding event outfit. Next, we will be taking a look at a black-tie outfit.