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Springtime is officially the start of wedding season so, rather than wait until the week before the big event to decide on what to wear, take a look at the two outfits below for some guest-list guidance. Take your pick between formal and more low-key looks – because different weddings serve up different vibes, you know?
A flat lay of a wedding outfit featuring a pink and white striped suit and accessories. Available at ASOS.

As far as SS19 runways were concerned, statement tailoring (and tailoring in general) is big for spring/summer. Comme des Garçons and Paul Smith were but two heavyweights showcasing an adventurous leap forward in suiting – so why not channel some of this bold-is-best approach for your own big events? This pink-and-white striped suit definitely makes a refreshing change from the safety of navy and grey two-pieces. Keep the colour story going strong with an accompanying revere-collar shirt and hexagon sunnies – you know, so you don’t have to squint your way through all those group shots. To finish? Cop a pair of tan loafers in the same shade as the buttons on the jacket to bring the look together. Tonal tekkers for sure.

A flat lay wedding outfit of a cream suit with a T-shirt and matching accessories. Available at ASOS.

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Not all weddings call for the full suit-and-shirt combo. It may be a relaxed register office do, or maybe you're hitting up the celebrations after the main event is done and dusted. So we're talking a more casual edge, yes, but it's just good form to stick to a suit like the stone-hued, two-piece above. To ease up on the formality, swap out the shirt for a simple tee and elevate the look slightly with a statement chunky necklace. A smart cross-body bag keeps your pockets free while adding a sprinkling of streetwear-inspired goodness and those chunky, trainer/shoe, hybrid-style crepes ensure your look stays low-key smart, not to mention comfy AF.