It's your first chance to don a little white dress and raise a glass to the good news.
A light nude shade goes with everything, and your legs will look amazing in skinny stilettos.
Allover lace is a classic way to say, "I'm the bride!"
Don't be afraid to stand out, but do wear something easy to move (and mingle) in.
A day full of pretty paper and bows calls for a ladylike outfit with all the trimmings.
Add walkable height with your new best friend, the lacy wedge.
Look for unique details like eyelash trim at the neckline and hem.
Tote your must-haves to every party in a clutch that spells out your status.
Whether you're club-hopping or just kicking back, anything goes for your last spin as a single lady.
A bachelorette bash doesn't need to be practical, but it's safe to say you'll wear this versatile pair again.
Sultry silhouette? Fun florals? Check and check.
You'll need a handbag, but how about a bachelorette sash and tiara, too? (Come on, at least for pictures.)
This look can lean toward casual or elegant, depending on the evening's vibe.
Metallic is always a good idea.
A relaxed maxi looks dressy when you add romantic ruffles.
Teardrop crystals and rose gold are having a moment.
So maybe it's not a party, exactly—but you can still look cute! Take a deep breath as you beautify for the best day ever.
Hang your gown for all to admire, and for a must–have photo op.
Get your hair and makeup done in a brightly patterned (and super–soft) robe.
Come prepared for anything your wedding throws your way with pocket‐size fixes for outfit and beauty issues.
Your first celebration as a married couple is a great excuse to wear a second dream dress!
If you walked down the aisle in white shoes, why not swap them for some subtle colour?
Now's the time for something bold.
Match your jewellery back to your shoes for a touch of blush all around.
Finally! Enjoy your escape with a few breezy wardrobe additions.
Glitzy sandals go from beach to pool to nightlife, no problem.
Shift dresses are made for dining, lounging, and looking chic as can be.
A jewellery set takes the guesswork out of dressing up for dinner.