Model Kate Moss wears Vera Wang’s silk lace dress.
Courtesy of Chloé
A peach-tone dress by Chloé is perfect for late spring weddings.
Courtesy of Altuzarra
This Altuzarra dress is the look to wear for your friend that insists on a formal garden party.
Courtesy of Dior
For the wedding-goer who wants to wear black, no matter what the season, there is this Dior constellation-inspired sheer dress.
Courtesy of Erdem
Buying an Erdem dress to wear for a summer wedding (or fall wedding, or winter wedding) is par for the course. Buying a chic floral pant look for Erdem for a summer wedding is genius.
Courtesy of Giambattista Valli
A long-sleeve floral from Giambattista Valli is a great choice for spring wedding locales that haven’t warmed up as much as the bride had anticipated.
Courtesy of Gucci
Wearing white is still a no, but wearing chic bold Gucci patterns is a yes.
Courtesy of Monse
Kick off your heels in this polka-dot dress from on-the-rise New York label Monse.
Courtesy of Oscar de la Renta
Pointelle dresses, like this Oscar de la Renta sapphire-hued one, is a soft and easy look for an outdoor reception.
Courtesy of Roksanda
For the wedding-goer who craves a look dramatic enough to rival a bride’s, there is this floral beaded color-blocked number from London-based label Roksanda.
Courtesy of Rosetta Getty
This updated one-shoulder dress from Rosetta Getty is a nice way to do modern, no-fuss gingham for a high-summer casual wedding.
Courtesy of Valentino
Ladylike florals from Valentino are a summer-wedding must.
Courtesy of Warm
For the laid-back upstate wedding, a printed dress from the Nolita label Warm will do just the trick.