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White shirt Wednesday: how to wear white to a wedding

fashion forward white separates you can wear to a wedding

Wedding season signals the start of some fabulous little treats, namely – free cake and champagne.

But for most of us, the down side to function rooms filled with hot totty and more sugared almonds than you could possibly stash in your compact clutch, is the wedding guest garb. So what does one do when plain pastels and hair fascinators just don't cut the mustard?

If leaving your sartorial sensibilities at the door is just not an option, then we have a daring proposition for you... Forget twee floral prints and sheer satin numbers, confront wedding season in a totally head to toe white ensemble that's anything but matrimonial!

A festive coup d'etat guaranteed to entice your creative flair, here at VAUGHAN, we love to push the boundaries of style and taste – that's why you'll see us centre stage (cutting some serious shapes) in this daring all white number that screams front row fashionista.

A contemporary take on classic celebratory dressing, this three-piece ensemble is a decidedly anti-gown outfit that seamlessly segues from the chapel to the kerbside. Reminiscent of Kim Kardashian's floor length cape number, this strong, bold and unapologetic union oozes with urban appeal without stepping on too many toes. A clean and rebellious design combination, the classic short sleeve Bettie shirt is repositioned as a key statement piece that blends tonal whites together. Worn loosely buttoned, this lovely silk shirt casually tucks into the high waist of these wide legged pants. Paired with a gold buckled belt, these loose fitting palazzo trousers carefully sideline bridal connotations and cinch the waist – offering a more modern silhouette.

Offset with a stunning sleeveless cape that shows you've got oodles of fashion swagger, well placed golden accessories break up the all white palette and distracts the eye from the seamless tonal colourway. Accented from head to toe with rich metallic ingots, party ready heels give this look a touch of high-luxe glam, whilst the vintage-inspired clutch bag is perfect for stashing the wedding service essentials (Kleenex, waterproof mascara, smartphone etc.). Finished with a runway-ready chunky chain necklace, this unconventional wedding guest look is the perfect way to break away from the norm without getting blacklisted by the rest of the brides to be!

Throw out the rule book this wedding season and dress to impress in this simple yet sculptural three-piece suit. Buck the tradition of boring pastels and tepid floral prints, and refuse to fade into the background with this all-white wedding ensemble...

Pictured: VAUGHAN Bettie shirt in Stark Naked White, La Mania cape, Roger Vivier belt, Nicole Coste trousers, Pluma brass necklace, Patricia Nash clutch, Giuseppe Zanotti metallic sandals

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