THE DRESSCODE OF CEREMONY

THE DRESSCODE OF CEREMONY

We are in full season of ceremonies and the dress code to feel perfect and at ease is very important. There are rules of style for every event, in fact it is important to study the invitation well and above all to know if a dress code has been established, even if only chromatic, or a theme to be respected, as happens more and more often in current ceremonies. Even the location can reveal precious indications for the choice of the outfit: a period villa lends itself to a more refined dress, while an agriturismo allows a more informal but always elegant look.

Likewise, even the time of the ceremony and the type of ritual are of fundamental importance to understand which look to opt for. If the ceremony is in the morning, a knee-length dress or an elegant suit is to be preferred; in the evening, instead, you can choose between the classic sheath dress, the midi dress or the most elegant ceremonial dress up to the feet. And for pants lovers? Although not very widespread, the jacket-trouser suit, as well as the jumpsuit, can be a very sophisticated choice, but with some forethought. It doesn’t have to be an office suit or too flashy, but the same standards as the dress must be respected. Attention also to colors and fabrics: white, black and red are banned. Go ahead for soft and dusty tones like powder, mauve, sky blue, sage and powder gray, if the ceremony is in the morning or at a more intense color palette if it takes place towards evening, from forest green to navy blue, without neglecting the less popular ones burgundy and teal.