15 Adorable Jumpsuits to Wear to a Wedding
Although there's been much speculation over the years about what styles are appropriate to wear to a wedding (and what should strictly be avoided), we're going to go on record and say a jumpsuit is absolutely wedding ready. If your go-to wedding dress has been in heavy rotation all summer and you're ready for something new, try one of these darling jumpsuits instead.
Flutter Sleeve Jumpsuit
Little floral details and textured sleeves make this cropped style special.
Rich Black Jumpsuit
For a classic look, you can wear again and again try something simple, like this flutter sleeve jumpsuit.
Ruffle Crop Jumpsuit
The ruffles on this baby blue piece add the perfect touch of elegance.
Ruffle Neck Jumpsuit
Balance out this bright suit with stylish nude accessories.
Metallic Fil Coupé Jumpsuit
Ali & Jay
The metallic polka dots all over this piece sets the party mood—and wouldn't look out of place at a formal affair.
Pastel colors make for the perfect choice for wedding attire because they're just bright enough without causing a distraction.
Faux Wrap Jersey Jumpsuit
A flattering wrap-style will never go out of style; this one, in particular, gets hundreds of rave reviews.
Gingham Plunge Neck Jumpsuit
Faithfull the Brand
A plunging neckline dresses up this otherwise casual gingham jumpsuit.
Armelle Wide Leg Jumpsuit
Fame and Partners
A silky style with subtle cutouts makes just the right amount of a statement.
Wide Leg Tweed Jumpsuit
This patterned jumpsuit offers the perfect balance between preppy and sweet.
Penelope Floral Print Jumpsuit
A dark floral is a good idea year-round.
Hammered Satin Jumpsuit
This ensemble offers chic coverage, making it the perfect choice a wedding guest who plans to be on the dance floor all night.
Navy and Gold Dotted Jumpsuit
House of Harlow 1960
This bright and sparkly jumper has a very clear message: "I'm ready to celebrate!"
Tie Front Jumpsuit
We think this look is the perfect fit for a quaint backyard celebration.
Forest Green Dominique Jumpsuit
House of Harlow 1960
This green belted style would look adorable at any type of outdoor wedding but the best part is the pockets you can slide your hands into.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.