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What to Wear to Your Engagement Party, Bridal Shower, Rehearsal Dinner

Focus on the flowers, cake and guest list—and your wedding dress, of course. We've got your wardrobe covered for all the other bride-to-be occassions.

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Bridal Shower

You can't go wrong with a simple white dress. This one works for daytime and evening showers, depending on how you accessorize it.


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If girliness isn't your thing (but you still want a shower, and presents) opt for a tuxedo-style white dress paired with a tough accessory.
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Bridal Shower

Maybe you want something other than the traditional white. We get it. In that case, florals are always sweet and safe, but you can add a slick ponytail and a bright shoe to jolt them with a little energy.
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Engagement Party

Go ahead and wear a head-turning color and big earrings (Lulu Frost makes the best vintage-y ones both your best friend and grandma will like). Just keep your nails simple. People are gonna wanna see that ring.
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Engagement Party

If you're gonna go for something super-fitted, the engagement party's the best time to do it, since during the wedding weekend you'll probaly want to opt for more ladylike silhouettes. We'd suggest something in a grown-up color palette, paired with elegant accessories.
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Rehearsal Dinner

Bright blues like this one are ladylike but eye-catching. But what we particularly love is the swingy '50s silhouette—it's so glamorous.
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Rehearsal Dinner

If you're not switching from your gown to a short white dress for your reception, wear one for your rehearsal dinner instead. We love this one, with its ridiculously flattering fit-and-flare shape.
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Rehearsal Dinner

Lacy dresses and deep red lipstick both fall into the flirty-yet-polished category. Guys will love it, girls will love it, moms and moms-in-law will love it.

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