While many weddings do demand formal wedding guest attire, "formal" could be ambiguous, particularly when "black-tie" isn't specified. To decide what degree of formality you select, the simplest way is to think about the venue, which is essentially what sets a dark tone and aesthetic of the wedding.
This is easily the feeltimes most formal wedding guest attire you can put on. We suggest a floor-length evening gown, stunning jewelry, as well as an iconic clutch.
This is nearly as formal as a white tie in most cases signals the wedding will require a place in the evening. As for the white ties, we recommend a formal floor-length gown or red cocktail dress. If the vibe feels slightly less formal, a classy cocktail dress can also be appropriate for wedding guest attire.
A step above "semi-formal" although not as fancy as black- or white-tie. In this situation, it's difficult to go wrong with having a chic cocktail dress. As far as length, we recommend an elegant tea- or midi-length. Wedding guest cocktail attire is about striking an account balance between elegance and comfort, inside and outside.