Thursday, June 11, 2015

Winery Wedding Style with Rent the Runway

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Figuring out what to wear to a wedding can be a little stressful. Black tie, summer casual, Indian wedding, fusion wedding? Each event has a unique dress code, and God forbid if you show up in a little black dress. Luckily, the lovely ladies at Rent The Runway are committed to helping to navigate the ins and outs of wedding fashion.

Over the next few weeks we’re going to review their selections for wedding guest attire by wedding destination. Today’s feature is inspired by the casual style and culture of winery and vineyard weddings in Napa Valley, California. As we’ve mentioned in the past, winery weddings are a great option (in Washington as well as California) for an outdoor summer wedding venue. Here are our favorite RTR fashions that will complement the style and color of a Napa wedding. If you like what you see you should head on over to their site to give them a try. Here's a nice little coupon to sweeten the deal :) Get $25 off your first rental of $75+ with new code FIRSTRTR25X75X.


Style breakdown: Maxi dresses are still really popular these days. The flowy, free-spirited style of these dresses works really well with the natural surroundings of a vineyard landscape. Floral patterns and natural textures are casual but sweet and particularly fitting for a summer wedding.  

A note on Indian weddings: As a guest at an Indian wedding, you’re likely not restricted in terms of your fashion choices, though in many more traditional ceremonies it is respectful to wear something on the more modest end of the spectrum. If you are attending an Indian wedding with a winery or vineyard type venue, you are likely more than welcome to wear your preferred traditional attire, these floral lehengas are really hot right now for example. But these western styles are bright and colorful enough to fit right in as well. It’s your call!

Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links, meaning that if you click a link then end up purchasing something from the vendor I'll receive a small percentage as commission. While I am being (potentially) compensated for posting these links, I only work with vendors I truly think are relevant and helpful to your wedding planning process. And of course, all words and opinions are genuine and my own.

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