Beach Formal & Beach Wedding Dress Code part 4

Beach Formal & Beach Wedding Dress Code

Beach Formal & Beach Wedding Dress Code part 4

First of all, if you think you don't have anything in your current closet it's better to buy something than to rent something because you can always wear it whenever you travel into warmer climates. If you are part of the wedding party you simply do not have a choice. Just go along with what the bride and groom have planned for you, it is their day and you just have to accept it and go with the flow. Beach wedding is quite similar to resort attire in the sense that it has lots of lighter colors, open weaves, summery colors that are well suited to a tropical climate.

Beach wedding dress code tip, number 6: Panama hat and sunglasses

At the beach, it is bright and warm so a Panama hat may be exactly the right thing to bring. If it is still too bright, bring a pair of sunglasses and combine it together, and if you do not like the hat you can also just go with sunglasses. Both sunglasses and Panama hats are always good stylish things to bring along with you for a beach wedding. This is more optional tip because there are a lot of different types of hats, but the Panama hat is maybe the most formal type.

Beach wedding dress code tip, number 7: Socks

It is nice to wear over calf socks. If that is too much for you, you can maybe go with a pair of no-show socks so that way you have that beach look but you still have shoes on. The no-show socks are also good because you will not be sweating in them because they are from a thin material, and you will not get blisters inside your shoes, which is pretty common in the summer.