Ways to look chic in a face mask this wedding season

Engaged couples across the United States postponed their nuptials because of the coronavirus pandemic.

With little known about the virus at the time, many weddings scheduled for April, May and June were pushed back to the fall. 

As September is only weeks away, COVID-19 is still present and mask mandates are still in place. FEMAIL reveals easy ways to be the best dressed guest while adhering to CDC guidelines. 

Engaged couples across the United States postponed their nuptials because of the coronavirus pandemic

Engaged couples across the United States postponed their nuptials because of the coronavirus pandemic

With little known about the longevity of the virus, many weddings scheduled for April, May and June were pushed back to fall

With little known about the longevity of the virus, many weddings scheduled for April, May and June were pushed back to fall

GO MONOCHROMATIC:   

Show off your style savvy by coordinating the color of your dress to your  accessories – including your face mask! 

Want all eyes on you at cocktail hour? Highlight your curves in a silk wrap dress. A well-fitted style with soft flowing lines will suit just about every body type.

A monochromatic look from head to toe is a foolproof way to look presentable and pulled together. 

OPT FOR LADYLIKE: 

For a daytime wedding taking place in a church, a more modest dress code is required.

Ladies, this is the time to wear a pretty colorful dress in a happy print. Opt for a hemline that hits at or slightly above the knee.

Carry out the elegant ensemble with a lace mask and closed-toe pumps.  

THINK BEACH GLAM:  

While oceanside services don’t traditionally involve dressy attire, refer to the invitation or the couple’s website for guidance.

The time of day can be a factor, but overall you can’t go wrong with a semi-formal dress code. 

A long kaftan in a lightweight material featuring a trendy animal print will have you looking and feeling like a goddess. 

For high drama, accessorize with a silk, scarf-style face covering and a low PVC  heel. 

BEDAZZLE IT, BABY!: 

Pandemic or no pandemic, if you’re attending a black tie wedding, get ready to seize the day and go all-out glamour in formal attire.

Run with the glitz and glam of the special event and slip into a floor-length gown featuring a head turning print. 

The occasion is the perfect opportunity to have fun with embellishments, i.e. beading, sequin and feathers. This season, do this with your face mask! 

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