What Our Editors Would Actually Wear to a Spring Wedding – M & S
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What Our Editors Would Actually Wear to a Spring Wedding

Outfit Ideas

Spring is almost here, and with the new season comes a fresh set of weddings to attend, which means it's time to start figuring out what you're going to wear. With so much out there to choose from, the process of finding your ideal spring wedding outfit can be tedious and overwhelming, but we are here to help.

Sometimes, all you need is a little inspiration to get your wheels turning, which is why asked each of our editors what they are planning on wearing to their spring weddings this year, and let me assure you, their looks are très chic. From the most whimsical off-the-shoulder dresses to the shoes they are relying on for the utmost comfort, there are definitely a few style lessons to be learned from the fashionable ladies ahead.

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This story was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

"When it comes to dressing up, I'm all about keeping things comfortable without sacrificing style. Reformation is my go-to for special occasion dresses, and I love this one because it plays on this season's cold-shoulder trend while still feeling timeless. When it comes to shoes, I need something comfy, which is why I love the block heel on these Stuart Weitzman sandals. And as for accessories, a great pair of earrings can go a long way."
"I'm forgoing buying a new dress this year in favor of a fancy skirt and top. I'm so much more likely to wear them again, as they can easily be dressed down by mixing and matching with the rest of my wardrobe. I love the soft salmon color of this Topshop maxi skirt and these Gucci shoes because they're perfect. (I'm also forgoing stilettos for block heels at weddings this year!)"
"I don't actually have any weddings on the agenda this spring, but this would be my dream look. I love festive printed dresses for warm-weather months, and these red sandals are such a fun addition. "
"The dramatic sleeve on this feminine number makes it feel especially current. As for the shoes, I'm tentatively ready to re-embrace wedges. These Paul Andrew shoes make it easy, and they're sure to be easier on the feet than stilettos!"
"The only wedding I will be going to this spring will be one that I'm actually in, but if I were attending one as a guest, I would opt for a bright floral number like this Alice McCall dress. The length is appropriate while still being flirty and fun. I would top it off with my favorite Jennie Kwon stackable rings. They are always a great conversation starter should your table get a little awkward."
"This jumpsuit is absolutely stunning in real life. I'd pair the piece with sleek nude heels and perhaps dainty gold rings. Plus, the pale powder pink is just perfect for a spring or summer ceremony. "
"I love spring weddings because they tend to be a little less formal, so you can dress anything you like up or down to make it work. I plan to wear this beachy maxi dress to an upcoming wedding with these heeled sandals to make it feel more formal. The best part is, long after the wedding I'll still be able to wear it with flat sandals!"
"For a spring wedding, I would stick to a pastel palette and definitely scope out the dresses at All Saints. They have chic pieces at an affordable price point. I would pair the dress with metallic strappy sandals to get into the celebratory spirit!"
Are you going to a wedding this spring? Tell us your go-to source for dresses in the comments. This post has been updated by Lauren Eggertsen. 

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