What to wear to a spring wedding? It’s a question many of us are thinking about when that wedding invitation comes in the mail. We turn to Google and Pinterest to find inspiration based on the attire choice of the couple to be wed. But why buy a dress that you may never wear again when you can rent a dress for your wedding guest attire! I’d like to introduce you to Nuuly – the trendiest new way to rent high quality clothing. Keep reading to learn more about Nuuly and also my six picks for a cocktail/formal style wedding event!
What is Nuuly? Nuuly is a subscription service that allows you to choose 6 items of high quality clothing to rent for a month… for the low cost of $88/month! Yes, that means you can rotate your wardrobe for a fraction of the cost of one of their high-end pieces.
I tried the experience out for myself and wow, I was truly impressed with the quality and also the fit of each dress I rented. Check out the below options that you may want to rent in your own Nuuly subscription and be sure to get when you sign up for emails below!
Majestee Midi Silhouette Dress for a Spring Wedding
A simple silhouette with pizazz added in the material. This gorgeous lightweight dress is perfect for an early spring wedding. We’re getting some holiday vibes – perhaps a classy upscale wedding or soiree is the perfect fit. As a wedding guest, you’ll feel comfortable all night! Here’s a little more about the brand: Paul & Joe brings the same curiosity, optimism and lighthearted personality to their sister brand’s more casual collection of relaxed, modern silhouettes.
Celestial Sequin Dress
Looking for a red carpet look for a formal wedding? Wow with this custom Australian-designed sequin 70s inspired gown! The color is light and perfect for summer with a floral sequin print. The weight of the dress is perfect for a springtime soiree and is a great wedding guest dress option for spring. Here’s more from the designer: Australian-based designer Alice McCall launched her eponymous label in 2004. Hand embroidery, custom laces and a thoughtful exploration of space, color and fabric techniques are at the heart of her utterly feminine collection.
Off The Shoulder Ruffle Midi Dress
Wow-za! This LBD is the perfect in between to a cocktail and formal event. With the midi length, yet thicker material, this dress is season-less! The ruffle off the shoulder detail is just the right amount of uniqueness to this gorgeous gown! It’s also available in blush! More from the designer: Influenced by couture since its inception as a brand in 2011, Keepsake creates pieces that move beyond traditional evening wear into the realm of dreamy dresses, skirts and jackets—the type you keep forever and eventually become your coolest, most sought-after hand-me-down.
Corset Seamed Midi Dress: What to Wear to an Early Spring Wedding
This burnt orange number is perfect for spring! With balloon sleeves for interest and a corset-style bodice, it brings historical vibes to the modern age. The fabric has a bit of stretch and will be comfortable all night long as a wedding guest dress option! More from the designer: Eri + Ali is renowned for refreshing timeless wardrobe pieces with modern textures, bold patterns and vibrant prints in the most effortless ways.
Floral Lace Maxi Dress for a Spring Wedding
If this dress is what spring dreams are made of, I’m all in! If you’re still struggling to choose what to wear to a spring wedding, his stunning robin’s egg blue dress is to die for. With floral print lace detailing all around, a beautiful hemline, and square neck, the dress speaks for itself. From the designer: The thoughtfully designed pieces from Anthropologie surprise, delight and tell stories—of a collaborative, inventive community of women savoring every adventure and seeking beauty wherever they go.
Bias Slip Dress to Wear to a Spring Wedding
A classic slip dress, but in a plum color – a great transition from winter to spring! Perfect for a hot spring wedding with spaghetti straps. Or throw on a denim jacket for a cool spring night. Comfort is here – it will feel like you’re wearing a cloud! More about this dress: With the belief that “when a woman smiles, her dress must smile with her,” French couturier Madeline Vionnet created garments to accentuate a woman’s natural shape – her most iconic design being the bias cut. This artful technique required the fabric to be cut at a 45-degree angle, allowing it to softly drape and curve in the most flattering of ways. Here, the classic silhouette transforms this silky slip dress into a feminine piece that feels au courant.
Still struggling with what to wear to a spring wedding? Fear not! When you get invited to a wedding you’ll have so many choices! Nuuly is here to bring you SIX options every time you order, so you won’t be out of luck banking on one item to perfectly fit you for your friend or family member’s special day. Sign up for Nuuly’s email list and get your first month for $10 off! Happy shopping!